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    Default BSNL Unlimited 3G Data Plan Now At Just Rs. 700

    Pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) all set to triggering another price war before the launch next generation 3G Mobile and Data service by private operators.

    BSNL once again slashes the 3G Unlimited Data Plan cost up to 50% and introduced bucket of new 3G offers including Unlimited Prepaid/Postpaid Advance Rental/Payment Plans, Unlimited Free Data Download offer for its 3G Data customers and reduction of 3G data card price.

    Apart from the ground braking offer of Unlimited 3G Data Plan at just Rs700 per month, the operator also introduces Free Unlimited 3G data downloads for 7 days as a Festive Season offer wherein new 3G data card subscribers can access Unlimited Free High Speed Wireless Broadband up to 7.2 MBPS without any extra charges for 7 days from the date of activation.

    Unlimited 3G Data Plan At Rs700/ Month :

    BSNL introduces 3 new “Advance Rental Data Card Unlimited Plan” where in the effective cost of Unlimited 3G Data Downloads will be as low as
    Rs. 700/month. The new new 3G Data plan for Rs. 4200 comes with the validity of 180 days and provide Unlimited Free High Speed wireless Broadband 24×7 Home and Roam circle anywhere in India.

    While the new Data Plan-2500 comes with the validity 90 days while Plan-2000 offers Unlimited 3G for 60 Days.All 3 plans will be available to both prepaid and postpaid new connections.

    Unlimited Free 3G for 7 Days:

    All prospective 3G Data Card subscribers shall be entitled for one week Unlimited data download in addition to the existing freebies offered with new activation. The promotional Unlimited Free 3G data download facility will commence from the date of activation of 3G plan and after 7 days normal freebies of 200 MB will be also credited to the account of the prepaid customer as a Festival Gift. This facility is applicable to both prepaid and postpaid new connections.

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    can anybody tel me wen s ths plan gonna roll out in haryana.....?
    there s no mention of ths plan on bsnl website......

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    ^^Just yesterday i asked BSNL dealer in my place, he told me that 3G is for 1150/- per month.. for UL
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    Default That\'s true

    Yep that is true, only 4200 for 6 months. And for data card :

    3.6Mbps data card for 2000 Rs
    7.2Mbps data card for 2500 Rs

    Does that mean if we buy 7.2Mbps data card we will get that much speed? And what's the rate per month after 6 months?

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    BSNL sells Teracom 3G modem, which is good but dialer software is buggy, better get one of Huawei or ZTE 3G Modem!

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    i dont knwo why people should buy a 3g sim connection when they can do the same for just rs 274/- with a 2g sim
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    Quote Originally Posted by rushir View Post
    Yep that is true, only 4200 for 6 months. And for data card :

    3.6Mbps data card for 2000 Rs
    7.2Mbps data card for 2500 Rs

    Does that mean if we buy 7.2Mbps data card we will get that much speed? And what's the rate per month after 6 months?

    Definitely they will regularize this amount for normal subscriber, within that period and no need to panic. Because nobody will pay more after enjoying at a particular tariff for six months.

    That's why now, I have opted for 2500 for 3 months (@ 833.3) and will again opt for 4200 for 6 months at the end of third month so that I can enjoy reduced rates for a total 9 months period ( excess 133.3 X 3 - 400 Rs. only.)

    This is what happened for EVDO tariff. During the end of March they have revised the tariff to 999 per month but offered 750 as promotional plan for registering before 1st April. But later on, they have fixed 750 as regular plan charges.

    Moreover, more 3G service providers will be competing with BSNL, within the next few weeks.

    If you are not getting other than Teracom from BSNL, you can get some good Huawei or Sierra cards from eBay India. Some cards.........

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-3...tml#post306294

    It is better to go for 7.2Mbps or higher cards. If your tower is 7.2Mbps enabled, you may get upto 7.2Mbps depending upon all other influencial factors for wireless connectivity. 21Mbps cards may be useful for Docomo like networks.

    My BSNL 3G speed at Chennai review.........

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-3...tml#post306293


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    at present most of the BSNL BTS r powered with 3.6Mbps, and soon upgrade to 7.2Mbps will begin. So better invest on 7.2Mbps modem or higher speed. But check if it supports for GPRS/eDGE, otherwise u wll not no signal where 3G is nt present - with 2G support u can continue with internet connection at slower speed!

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    I'm getting good signal with the 3G(over 95%), using a HSDPA 7.2mbps data card(Huawei E1750),sometimes my phone too(Samsung Corby Pro), still am not able to cross 3.4mbps on the BSNL 3G. Can anyone tell me why's that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gln1904 View Post
    I'm getting good signal with the 3G(over 95%), using a HSDPA 7.2mbps data card(Huawei E1750),sometimes my phone too(Samsung Corby Pro), still am not able to cross 3.4mbps on the BSNL 3G. Can anyone tell me why's that?
    Though your card supports 7.2Mbps, your tower may be only 3.6Mbps enabled ( and not 7.2 ). Here in Chennai also 7.2 not enabled.

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