Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) grips making new subscription plans, or exciting deals and offers, for users.
In a new effort to draw the attention of people, the company is providing away a free SIM card. Of course, with terms and conditions applied.
The government-owned telecommunications services company BSNL charges Rs 20 for every new SIM card. Related to any private telecom companies, BSNL too commands for money if a user requires a SIM card.
But as a promotional offer, the company has chosen to give it away for free when a user performs a First Recharge (FRC) of a minimum of Rs 100. First noted by Telecom Talk, this is the situation put up by BSNL to be available for the free SIM card offer.
Kindly note, BSNL free SIM card offer comes for a limited period, that is, from November 14, 2020, to November 28, 2020. The promotional offer is valid for 15 days. Once the free SIM card offer ends, users will again have to pay Rs 20 to obtain a new SIM card from BSNL.
BSNL free SIM card offer is valid across all the telecom operations where the company is working. BSNL could soon grow a pan-India operator as MTNL’s license is expiring in January 2021 reportedly.
As per a report from Business Standard, BSNL could soon begin offering mobile services in Delhi and Mumbai circles.
For the unversed, BSNL operates in 20 telecom circles, whereas MTNL operates in Delhi and Mumbai circles for now. It is stated that MTNL’s license is expiring in early 2021. Thus, it is required that BSNL could take over the other two circles to display a pan-India operator.
To avail of the BSNL free SIM card offer, customers can attend any nearest BSNL retail store. There, customers can get the connection along with the SIM card and can also get the FRC done for Rs 100, which is necessary as part of the offer. BSNL has a kind of FRC plans which can be purchased at the time of choosing the connection.
BSNL has begun a new broadband plan at Rs 599. BSNL Fiber Basic Plus plan offers 60Mbps speeds up to 3300GB, unlimited data benefits, 24 hours of unlimited calling, and more.