State-run telco, BSNL, has revised one of its long-term prepaid plans. The company is now offering increased validity, which will surely be appreciated by the customers. The Rs 1,699 prepaid recharge plan is one of the popular offering aimed at users looking for a long-term recharge. The plan used to offer a validity of 365 days. Now, you get a little extra. Also Read - BSNL now charging Rs 50 for SIM card replacement: All you need to know
BSNL Rs 1,699 prepaid plan validity detailed
After the revision, BSNL is now offering extra validity of 90 days. This means, you get a total of 365 + 90, which is 455 days. In other words, in Rs 1,699, you now get a total of 15 months validity. The promotional offer will be available for a 30-day period between August 14 and September 13, Telecom Talk notes. Also Read - BSNL unlimited combo prepaid plans now come with FUP of 250 minutes: Report
BSNL Rs 1,699 prepaid plan benefits detailed
Talking about benefits, you get unlimited local and national calling benefits, along with roaming calls. The plan also offers 100 free SMS daily. In terms of data benefits, users get 2GB daily data under this plan. If you calculate the amount of data you get through the validity, it comes to 910GB. The BSNL prepaid plan also qualifies for Bumper Offer where BSNL is offering 2.2GB extra data per day. This way, users get 4.2GB daily data for the promotional period. Also Read - BSNL Abhinandan-151 prepaid plan revised to offer extra 500MB daily data benefit
Vodafone, Airtel, Reliance Jio long-term plans
Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone, all offer Rs 1,699 plan with a validity of 365 days. Most benefits remain the same – unlimited national roaming, unlimited local and national calling, and 100 free SMS daily. The data benefit changes though. Vodafone offers 1.5GB daily data, whereas Airtel offers 1.4GB daily data. Once the daily limit is exhausted, users can continue high-speed downloads at 50p per MB.
Reliance Jio, on the other hand, also offers 1.5GB daily data. Once the data limit is exhausted, users can continue with unlimited downloads, but at a reduced speed of 64Kbps till midnight.