In this era of price hike, recharging mobile has become quite an inconvenience. Phone calls, SMS and internet usage costs a fortune – especially on monthly plan recharges. But even this time giving a thumbs up to the private telecom companies BSNL or Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is offering variety of recharge plans according to all kinds of needs of the customers, that too at cheap prices. So if one wants to have two SIMs without spending much on recharge these days, then it would be wise to choose this government telecom company as a connection option. For example, if you are looking for a very cheap plan to keep your BSNL number active, you can recharge the company’s Rs 107 plan. There will be no complaints about your validity, call or internet benefits.
107 BSNL plan benefits
If you use BSNL as a secondary connection, the Rs 107 plan may be the best option for you. Firstly, this plan comes with a validity of 35 days. Again, you will get 200 minutes free for local and STD calling, 3 GB data will also be available. Not only this, as an extra benefit it will provide the facility to set BSNL tunes for free.
Compared to Jio, Airtel, this plan of BSNL is more affordable
Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel or Vodafone Idea also offer recharge plans for around Rs 100. However, in terms of convenience they are relatively expensive and not as profitable as a secondary option. For example, Jio currently has a plan of Rs 119, which can be useful for sudden needs of more data users. Because this plan offers 300 free SMS and unlimited calling with 1.5GB data per day. But its validity is only 14 days.
In this case, Vodafone Idea or VI’s Rs 98 plan is also very good to keep the number active. It is cheaper than BSNL plans, and offers 200MB data and unlimited calling. But the problem is that this Vodafone plan does not provide any SMS benefit, moreover its validity is only 14 days. Meanwhile, Airtel’s base plan is the most expensive. The price of this company’s ‘Truly Unlimited’ (Truly Unlimited) plan starts from Tk 155. It offers 1GB data, unlimited calling and 300 free SMS with 24-day validity. Includes a free subscription to Wink Music.
So it is clearly seen that BSNL plan is the cheapest one in terms of service average from cost to validity, call-data etc.! If you need more, data or calls, you can choose these three plans of private telcos.