BSNL, Idea Cellular and Vodafone India Launched New Monthly Plans From September Onwards

After the launching of Reliance jio’s jio new dhan dhana dhan plan in July, the other telecom operators are also proposing  new plans to destroy  Jio plans. India’s largest telecom operator like BSNL, Idea Cellular and Vodafone are in the process to provide new plans to the users from September 2017.

India’s second largest telecom operator Vodafone is providing  two new plans in September 2017. At Rs 396/- the operator is offering unlimited voice calls and 84GB 3G/4G data (1GB data per day) for 84 days and the offer is only valid for the selected customers from the already existing customers in Kolkata.

And the next recharge plan is at Rs 96/- in Delhi region. This will provide 10 GB of data for 28 days. The 10GB data will be divided  into 8GB of 4G data and 2GB of 4G/3G data.

BSNL also came up with revised plans like, BSNL Triple ACE plan of Rs. 333, BSNL Chukka 444 plan and its popular Nehle per Dehla plan of Rs. 395. BSNL  Triple ACE plan of Rs. 333/- is providing  3GB data per day with a validity cut to 56 days from the previous 90 days  for south zone.

BSNL Chukka 444 plan is coming with 2GB data per day for 90 days .Earlier it offered 4GB of 3G Data per day for 90 days and BSNL’s popular Nehle per Dehla plan of Rs. 395 offers 2GB data per day. The plan also offers 3000 BSNL to BSNL free minutes and 1800 minutes to other network calls. The plan is valid for only 56 days.

Also a report says that BSNL has removed the BSNL Sixer 666 plan in Kerala. So the BSNL customers in Kerala won’t be able to recharge with the BSNL Sixer plan of Rs. 666 from September 1, 2017 onward.

And the third largest telecom operator Idea Cellular is offering three new plans. At Rs. 397/-  Idea offers unlimited voice calls and 84GB data (1GB data per day) for 84 days.

At Rs. 304/- it gives unlimited voice calls and 28GB data (1GB data per day) for 28 days and for 210/- Rs the company provides unlimited voice calls and 1GB data for 28 days.

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