New BSNL plan to drive the Indian telecom industry

New BSNL plan to drive the Indian telecom industry

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the state-run telecom giant, has rolled out a new scheme dubbed as “BSNL SIXER” for Rs 666, to provide limitless voice calls with 2 GB of data each day for all its prepaid mobile users. This plan by BSNL is surely going to boost the Indian telecom industry.

The telecom giant claimed that new scheme is a boon for those users who have need of both voice and data since the offer gives data for a period of 60 days and limitless voice call to any network. “Thus it is both data and voice centric.”

Post 60 days, the user can avail any of the eye-catching Special Tariff Vouchers (STVs) of limitless data and voice schemes by utilizing already well-known STVs such as “Triple ACE-333”, “Dil khol k Bol-349”, “BSNL CHAUKKA-444”, and so on.

New BSNL plan to drive the Indian telecom industry

Director of BSNL Board, R.K.Mittal, claimed that BSNL provide best plans and prices to their mobile users in view of current trend of usability in market. We are committed to offer efficient and affordable services to all sections of our mobile users.

The telecom giant earlier began offering 4 GB data each day with a validity for 90 days to its users recharging with new STV of Rs 444, dubbed as “BSNL chaukka.” The new promotional scheme, the telecom company stated, follows the “Triple ACE-333” offer that comes with 3 GB of data each day with a validity of 90 days. This scheme can be seen designed at countering Reliance Jio and rival other telecom companies that have been offering data-rich schemes to their users in India.

Apart from the new tariff plans, let us have a look on other factors that drive the Indian telecom industry. The rising usage of data by the people in the recent days has turned Internet as one of the fundamental need of human beings. This modifications in the basic human needs plays a vital role in boosting the Indian telecom industry.

For now, affordable and data-rich plan by the telecom giants is the only factor driving the Indian telecom industry and the situation does not seem to change for now.