If you are thinking that Jio is giving you the best offers and cheapest Data plans you might want to look at the data plans offered by BSNL. BSNL has launched a new plan and under this plan, the government owned telecom company is offering 3 GB data per day for 90 Days at just Rs. 333. This plan is named as Triple Ace Plan and is currently active across the nation. This should be noted that this is only Data Plan, not a combo plan and users will only get 3G Data. There is no free voice calling or rate cutter in this plan.
Jio has ended its freebie services and now it is offering Data Plans at an affordable rate. Users can get other benefits as well if they buy the Prime membership for Jio. To remain in the contest, other telecom services are now coming up with attractive data plans to lure the customers. BSNL is currently leading the contest in terms cheap data plans. It has already launched many combo plans in the past and this Triple Ace Plan is the latest to join the league of cheap data plans.
BSNL is also offering a combo plan of Rs. 339 under which it is offering unlimited same network calling, 25 Minutes per Day calling at other networks and 2GB 3G data per day for 28 Days. There is also an unlimited 3G Plan costing Rs. 1099 which offers unlimited data at a great speed for 30 Days. The best part of this plan is that there is no limit and FUP which means you can use as much data as you want without any FUP or limit.
BSNL is growing at a rapid pace and as per TRAI Data, BSNL added the highest number of users in April 2016 for the third time in a row. BSNL added 11.39 lakh new subscribers while Airtel added 9.78 Lakh new users. Jio is lagging here with only 1.1 lakh new users.
BSNL Triple Ace Plan
- Price: Rs. 333
- 3 GB Data per Day
- No Free Voice Calling
- Validity 90 Days
Data Plans are now becoming the next big things with every Telecom provider coming up with something new and attractive. Jio is the major cause behind this and this would not have been possible without the free services offered by Jio. Since free services are no more active, it would be interesting to see how many users will remain loyal to Jio and how many will move to other providers for better data plans.