Did you see this amazing prepaid plan of BSNL? 84 days validity and daily 5GB data

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One of the leading telecom companies of India, BSNL's prepaid recharge plan of Rs 599, is giving users a lot of benefits, as Reliance Jio, Airtel, and Vodafone-Idea (Vi) are not able to offer prepaid plans below Rs 600. . See details.


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Whenever there is mention of the best-prepaid recharge plans in India with more data, more validity, and unlimited calling, people talk about various recharge plans like telecom networks like Reliance Jio, Airtel, and Vodafone-Idea (Vi), but State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) prepaid recharge plan of Rs 599 proves to be better in many ways, in which users get many benefits.

what will be the benefits of the Plan? In BSNL's Rs 599 prepaid plan, users get 5 GB data every day, 84 days validity, as well as many other features including unlimited calling and limited SMS on any network. However, the biggest problem with BSNL is that its 4G services are limited to a few cities, so in most places, if users want to spend more data every day, then they have to spend in 2G / 3G.

This plan of BSNL is fantastic in many ways

4G network in limited cities

BSNL has started 4G in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Karnataka, and some cities of Madhya Pradesh. For people in these places, this plan of BSNL is in many ways the best in prepaid plans of less than Rs 600 from other telecom companies.

Better than prepaid plans of less than 600 of Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea

BSNL Rs 599 Prepaid Recharge Benefits

The detailed information of the BSNL Rs 599 Prepaid Recharge Plan is that in this plan, users get 420 GB of data in 84 days. Along with this, unlimited calling is available on any network. However, only 250 minutes of calling facility have been provided on the network of others on BSNL's site every day. With this, users get 100 SMS every day. In this plan of BSNL, people also get a free subscription to the Zing app. Let me tell you that in the Rs 600 plan, other telecom networks provide only 1.5 GB or 2 GB of data to the people every day.