BSNL Rs 1,999 Prepaid Recharge Plan Now Offers Eros Now Subscription for 1 Year, 60 Days Lokdhun Subscription

The BSNL Rs 1,999 annual prepaid plan offers unlimited voice calls on local, STD, and national roaming.

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has revised its Rs 1,999 prepaid recharge plan in the country. The state-owned telecom operator has not revised the benefits of the plans, but the bundled OTT subscription. For those who are not aware, the BSNL Rs 1,999 prepaid recharge plan offers a free subscription to Eros Now and Lokdhun for up to one year. The pack offers some interesting benefits including 3GB of high-speed data per day to its subscribers. Let’s take a look at the revised prepaid plan of Rs 1,999.

BSNL revises OTT subscription with its Rs 1,999 prepaid plan

The state-owned operator is reportedly revising OTT benefits for its annual Rs 1,999 prepaid plan. The pack earlier used to offer Lokdhun subscription for one full year. However, after the revising, it has been reduced to just 60 days. Furthermore, the company has increased the validity of Eros Now subscription. Customers choosing this plan earlier used to get free Eros Now subscription for 60 days. However, the prepaid plan will now offer a free subscription to one full year i.e 365 days. The development was first reported by TelecomTalk.

Coming to the other benefits, the BSNL Rs 1,999 annual prepaid plan offers unlimited voice calls on local, STD, and national roaming. This also includes Mumbai and Delhi circles. However, it is important to note that the free calls are capped at 250 minutes per day. Moving on, the pack offers 3GB of data per day and comes with a validity of 365 days. The plan also features 100 SMS messages per day and free PRBT ringtone with unlimited songs. The annual prepaid plan is available across all the circles.

Meanwhile, BSNL recently revised its Bharat Fiber broadband plans in India. The company introduced the affordable Bharat Fiber plans in October this year. The list includes Rs 499, Rs 779, Rs 849, Rs 949, Rs 1,277, Rs 1,999 and so on. Now, the state-owned telecom operator has increased the download speeds and is offering up to 10 times more data as compared to the existing broadband plans.


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