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Telecom Operators Busy Revising New Plans Competing Jio, BSNL Rolls Out ₹599 Plan

Telecom operating companies are introducing new plans to give competition to Reliance Jio. The government- owned telecom operator BSNL, has brought in a new prepaid plan of ₹599.  

As reported by TelecomTalk, this new prepaid plan from BSNL is also offering extended validity to its subscribers. The customers who wish to opt for the Rs 599 plan from BSNL can extend the validity of their old plan by 180 days. The report said, “When the consumers recharge with this plan, they will extend the validity or the expiration date by six months.”

During the plan period, BSNL users will get free local and STD calls in all telecom circles expect for Mumbai and Delhi. The interesting thing to note here is that the plan does not offer any data. 

This new plan from BSNL will face competition from Reliance Jio’s plan of Rs 499 and Airtel’s plan of Rs 448. The Mukesh Ambani-owned telecom operator offers unlimited local and national calling with 100 SMS and 1.5GB data per day under the plan. The plan comes with the validity of 91 days. The telco also offers another plan of Rs 399 which offers the same benefits but comes with the validity of 84 days. 

On the other hand, Airtel also offers 1.5GB data with unlimited STD and local calls and 100 SMS under the Rs 448 plan. The plan is valid for the period 82 days. Apart from these two Vodafone also has a plan of Rs 509 which can give competition to BSNL. Under the Rs 509 plan, the Vodafone subscribers will get benefit of unlimited calling with 100 SMS and 1.5GB data per day. This plan is valid for the period of 90 days. Along with this, the telco is also offering 100% cashback if the users recharge their number using the MyVodafone app.