Friday, September 13, 2013

BSNL introduces New Uniform Data Plans under postpaid mobile services.

BSNL Chennai Telephones is happy to implement four new 3G Uniform Data 
plans under postpaid mobile services w.e.f  01.09.2013.
a) New 3G Uniform Postpaid Data Plans are as mentioned below: 

Fixed Monthly charges
(Excl.of.S.Tax) in Rs.
Bundled Free data in GB
Data charges after free Usage.
1p/10 KB
1p/10 KB
1p/10 KB
1p/10 KB

b) All the existing postpaid Data plans including unlimited data Plan (FMC.700) 
    are discontinued w.e.f 01.09.2013.
c) The data Usage charges for “bsnlstream” will remain same as 0.0025/10 KB.d) Customer Profile in all the above mentioned new uniform Data Plans will be
    3G with no speed restriction.
e) All the existing 2G/3G Postpaid Data plan customers have to be Migrated to 

    any of the above mentioned new uniform postpaid data plans by sending 
    SMS to 53733 or by giving option to change the plan in any of the nearby 
    Customer service centres.

AODP<space>A or B or C or D.

AODP-Add on data pack.
A-Rs.125 plan
B-Rs.225 plan
C-Rs.501 plan
D-Rs.901 plan

2. Existing different GPRS/Data Freebies available in 2G/3G Postpaid voice 

    plans for new bookings have been rationalized as mentioned below and 
    will be available with 3G Speed by default.

A.  Plan-99, Plan-145, and Plan-149   :   NIL
B.  Plan-175                                         :  100 MB

D.  Plan-325                                         :  250 MB
E.  Plan-525                                          :  500 MB
F.  Plan-625, Plan-725&Plan-825        : 1000 MB
G. Plan-1500                                         : 2000 MB 

Note: All The existing Postpaid Voice plan customers will get the above 
           mentioned freebies by default. But the option has to be obtained 
           from customer and 3G Services has to be enabled by CSR to obtain 
          3G Speed for the existing voice plan customers. 

3. The 2G and 3G blackberry plans uses Blackberry APN, hence blackberry 
    2G and 3G tariff plans remains unchanged.                

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