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Breaking News: BSNL Eliminates the Unlimited Data Benefit from the Rs 398 Plan

BSNL’s Rs 398 plan is too expensive due to FUP limit.

30 days of service validity are now included in the Rs 398 BSNL bundle. After the 120GB of data allotted to users under this plan, speeds decrease to 40 Kbps. The package still offers unlimited calling and 100 SMS each day. With an applicable FUP limit of 120GB of data, this BSNL plan looks to be rather too pricey all of a sudden.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The unlimited data advantage from the Rs 398 package has been eliminated by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).
  • Customers could only purchase a prepaid package from BSNL that provided them with absolutely limitless data.
  • The state-run telecom quietly implemented the modification, which is also a kind of pricing increase from the business.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has taken away the unlimited data benefit of the Rs 398 bundle. The information, which was first reported by Telecom Talk, could startle BSNL supporters across the nation. Up until this moment, customers could only purchase a prepaid package from BSNL that included an unlimited amount of data. That is no longer accomplished by the BSNL Rs 398 package. The plan now offers bulk data instead of individual data and has a fair usage policy (FUP) restriction. The change was discreetly imposed by the state-run telecom, and it also amounted to a slight price hike for the company. Let’s examine the most recent components of the Rs 398 plan from BSNL.

BSNL Rs 398 Plan: Updated Benefits

The Rs 398 BSNL package now includes 30 days of service validity. Users of this plan receive 120GB of data, after which speeds drop to 40 Kbps. The package continues to provide 100 daily SMS and unlimited calling. Suddenly, this BSNL plan appears to be far too pricey with an applicable FUP limit of 120GB of data.

Read More – Truly Unlimited Data is Included with the BSNL Most Special Data Voucher.

While Jio and Airtel are attempting to provide customers with really limitless bandwidth through their 5G networks, BSNL is eliminating such a perk from one of its longest-running and most well-liked prepaid plans. With the Rs 398 package, a GB of data costs Rs 3.31. Although it is not costly, customers may utilize up to 120GB of data in fewer than 30 days (the plan’s service validity), at which point they would have to pay extra to receive data vouchers.

It’s uncertain if BSNL will offer its customers another prepaid option with genuinely limitless bandwidth anytime soon. Take cautious if you have been recharging with this plan because the benefit has changed.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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