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BSNL: this data service is free for 4 months

BSNL: this data service is free for 4 months

Currently, BSNL is the cheapest service company in the telecom sector. While Jio, Airtel and Vodafone can shock their customers again by increasing their plans by increasing the rate, BSNL is insisting on keeping its customer base by providing cheap and free service. BSNL is offering a lot of benefits to keep customers connected on the network. For your information, let us know that in terms of mobile subscribers, Jio is the largest telecom company in the country, but BSNL is in the forefront in broadband service. This means that BSNL broadband is getting tremendous benefits. BSNL is already offering cashback to its broadband customers for making calls from landline in addition to the 5 minute calling service for 6 paise. But now the company will give you up to 4 months free service on making advance payment. We tell you how to pay to take advantage of BSNL's new plan.

BSNL Broadband Long Term Subscription Benefit

Under this special offer of BSNL, you will not have to make any payment for 4 months. But it depends on how long you pay in advance. BSNL is offering special offers to its broadband, DSL, Bharat Fiber, BBO Wi-Fi broadband and landline plans. If you pay 12 months in advance for any of these services, then you will get one month subscription free. At the same time, after paying advance of two years i.e. 24 months, you will get free subscription of 4 months for three and 36 months.

This is how you will get the benefit of free service

On giving advance of 12 months, your plan will run for 13 months, while on paying advance for 24 months, your plan will run for 27 months. Similarly, if you plan for 36 months in advance, you can avail service for 40 months. If you want to take advantage of this offer of BSNL, first of all you have to go to the BSNL website. Apart from this, you can also take advantage by the nearest customer service center of BSNL.


BSNL will soon become a 4G company

The government is going to provide 4G spectrum to both BSNL and MTNL companies soon. The government had prepared a package of Rs 69,000 crore to revive the condition of these two companies, which was announced in October. The plan also includes the merger of loss-making BSNL and MTNL and giving 4G scrams to both companies. MTLN has reported losses in 9 out of 10 years. BSNL has been in losses since 2010.


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