BSNL, Indian state-owned telecommunication company, has discontinued two data plans worth Rs 333 and Rs 444 from its portfolio. The company had introduced both plans in 2017, and these no longer exist. BSNL has also dropped plans worth Rs 339, Rs 379 and Rs 392. Sometime ago, BSNL had introduced three plans Rs 333, Rs 349 and Rs 395. Among these, the ‘Triple Ace’ scheme worth Rs 333 provided 3GB data per day for 90 days.
On the other side, the Rs 444 plan offered 4GB data per day at 3G speed for 90 days. In this scheme, one gigabyte of 3G mobile internet cost less than a rupee – the cheapest in the sector. BSNL has also disconnected the Rs 20 and Rs 10 entry-level prepaid schemes online. However, the teleco is still offering these plans in the form of physical vouchers.
Meanwhile, the company has pushed the time limit for the 25% cashback on its annual broadband plans to May 31, 2019. The cashback is available for all the new and the existing BSNL broadband, landline and BharatFibre customers. This 25% cashback scheme was first publicized in December 2018 for existing and new BSNL landline, broadband, and Wi-fi broadband subscribers, who had availed half-yearly and annual schemes in India.