BSNL’s 4GB data at Rs 444 to encourage the Indian Internet service providers market

BSNL’s 4GB data at Rs 444 to encourage the Indian Internet service providers market

Some of the well-known service providers in India include Reliance Industries, Vodafone, Airtel, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), Idea, and others. But since a couple of months Reliance Industries is topping the chart of wireless telecommunications. Currently, there is a tight competition among the various providers so as to introduce the best of the data plans for the public. The need for the Internet service providers in India has increased due to the adoption of the various mobile services, technological advancements, high smartphone utilization, and easy availability of the services at a reasonable price.

For holding a strong rivalry with the service provider king Reliance, BSNL has come up with a new data plan of 4GB data at just Rs 444. This 4GB data can be used at 3G speed for about 90 days. The basic idea behind the introduction of this concept under the prepaid mobile services is to offer the public with an unlimited data pack for about 90 days as a promotional offer. The offer is named “BSNL Chaukka—444” as per the company officials. This BSNL data plan is surely a bonanza for the Indian Internet service provider market.


BSNL’s Rs 444 data plan is one of the highest per day data limit offer which is for sure going to help the company surge high. The company is just trying to provide the best of its service to its customers that to at an affordable price. BSNL basically wants to outdo the other service providers who are offering about 2GB data per day.

What more can the customers expect than a 3G speed data with 4GB data usage per day? It is truly a customer beneficial data plan. As per the calculation, it means that about less than a rupee is charged for 1GB of 3G data. Looking at the craze among the public after the BSNL Chaukka, the company has planned to come up with a new unlimited data offer called the “Triple ACE” for Rs 333 with a 3GB data per day.

The Indian Internet service providers market is waiting for such plans to glue more customers and enhance its growth in the coming years.