BSNL Giving 5GB of Free Data to Customers Switching From Existing Network

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Restricted (BSNL) is giving 5GB of free 4G knowledge to prospects switching to the state-owned telecom community from an present service supplier. The free knowledge might be legitimate for 30 days. The brand new provide is geared toward serving to BSNL broaden its person base within the nation. Customers switching to BSNL must share their motive for the transfer on social media and ship its proof to the service supplier to get the extra knowledge profit.

The free knowledge provide for brand new BSNL prospects is legitimate till January 15, as introduced on Twitter. The operator stated that the free 5GB knowledge might be legitimate for 30 days or till the validity of the present plan, whichever is earlier.


In accordance with the wonderful print of the provide, customers should have switched to BSNL from an present service supplier utilizing cell quantity portability (MNP) to avail the information profit. The operator additionally requires new prospects to share the rationale for his or her switching together with the hashtag #SwitchToBSNL on Twitter and Fb. Additional, the subscribers who’re porting into BSNL must tag BSNL and comply with the operator on social media platforms.

As soon as shared, BSNL famous within the phrases and situations that customers ought to share a screenshot of their tweet or submit and ship it to the telco by a direct message or over WhatsApp at 9457086024 with their respective cell quantity.

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in its current report revealed that BSNL misplaced over 23,000 subscribers within the month of October final 12 months. The operator additionally retained its market share of 9.73 %, with no acquire from September.

Earlier this week, BSNL began providing 90 days of further validity with its Rs. 2,399 pay as you go recharge plan to have fun the brand new 12 months. The telco additionally not too long ago began bundling Eros Now subscription with all its postpaid plans.

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Jagmeet Singh writes about client expertise for Devices 360, out of New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for Devices 360, and has steadily written about apps, pc safety, Web companies, and telecom developments. Jagmeet is obtainable on Twitter at @JagmeetS13 or Electronic mail at [email protected] Please ship in your leads and ideas.

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