Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), We all Familiar with this Name. But at Recent time BSNL is Completely Out of the Market in Comparison with Other Telecom Operators. And another Fact is that almost 80% Telecom Market is now Dominating by Only One Operator which is Reliance Jio.
It’s has to be accepted that Reliance Jio, by it’s Exclusive & Incomparable Offers has beat all Other Telecom Operators. And Every Other Operators are now Planning to Start their New Offers in Order to Compete with Reliance Jio.
The New Addition in this List is BSNL Means Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Don’t be Surprise. Because BSNL Decided to Come-Up with an Amazing Offer this January. BSNL is going to Offer you Free Unlimited Voice Calls to All Other Networks for Completely Free of Cost. Even you can Make National Calls also. Means You can Make Country-wide Calls to any Network using a BSNL Sim for Absolutely Free without Spending a Single Call Charge. You just need to Recharge your BSNL Number with an Amount of Rs. 149/- per Month.
That’s not all. You’ll get Other Benefits too. You’ll Get Daily 100 SMS for Free. And also 300 MB Data Per Month for No Extra Cost. This Offer is Totally Similar to the Reliance Jio 149 Plan.
As you know Reliance Jio is a Newly Launched so the Main Problem it has is it’s Coverage. Yes, Within the Short Number of Time Jio Working Hard to Reach to as many Customer as it Can But Generally Speaking Jio Network Coverage is So Poor Specially in Medium & Small Scale Towns. Though Maybe Few Big Cities are Under Coverage with Jio Network.
But as you know BSNL has a Large Number of Network Coverage to Each & Every Part of India and a Very Old Brand also. So this will be the Biggest Advantage of BSNL. So if you don’t have a BSNL Sim, Go Grab one for you right now. Because after the Launching of this Offer at January, 2017 Maybe the Demand of the BSNL Sim will be as Higher as Jio right now.
“We are working on a plan to allow unlimited voice calls to mobile subscribers at any network across India at Rs 149 a month,” BSNL chairman Anupam Shrivastava told to ET, adding that the plan would also include 300 MB of data.