BSNL Latest Plan 186 Get 5GB Unlimited Data

BSNL New Plan Rs 118 STV With 1GB Data and Unlimited Voice Calls

BSNL Latest Plan 186 Get 5GB Unlimited Data:- Recently Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has changed its old Rs 186 where the user used to get 1GB of data.

Now the new plan offers 5GB high-speed data instead of 1GB which is a big change. Along with the high-speed internet data, the plan also offers 1000 SMS to the users for 28 days.

This impressive plan is available for all the BSNL users across the country. This plan will not applicable in Mumbai and Delhi. The BSNL Rs 186 plan now offers unlimited off-net and on-net calls with free roaming in the home and national incoming services. The same plan is also offered by MTNL in Delhi and Mumbai.

This amazing offer gives unlimited data but after the usage of high-speed 5GB data, the speed reduces to 40 kbps which is only suitable send or receive Whatsapp messages.

BSNL Latest Plan 186 Get 5GB Unlimited Data

This offer by the government-owned PSU is a big advantage for the users as most of the private telecom operators provide data as per Fair Usage Policy.

Earlier this year in September, BSNL had offered an awesome plan of Rs 429 to compete with newcomer Reliance Jio and biggest telecom company Airtel. This plan offers free voice calls for both local and STD on any network along with 90 GB of data only at 1GB per day for 90 days.

This plan was brought by BSNL after the Airtel came up with its cheap plans starting from Rs 5 to Rs 399. In this Rs 399 plan, Airtel offers local and STD calls on any Airtel number and free-roaming outgoing calls with 28GB data 1GB per day for a period of 28 days.


BSNL Latest Plan 186 Get 5GB Unlimited Data:- This is a great plan offered by BSNL as it is cheaper and fulfills the basic requirement of the general individual. The only drawback the BSNL has is it’s 3G network as other companies offer 4G data at this price or little higher price. But after all its truly a good plan which is going to increase more competition in the market especially for Jio and Airtel.

What are your views on this?………..comment in the comment section down below.

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