Share on Facebook0Share on Google+1
Pin on Pinterest0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn0

BSNL plans free voice, cheaper package than Jio. Free Voice calls 2G,3G,4G

BSNL vs Jio 2G,3G,4G
BSNL will offer free voice calls to its users, to include 2G and 3G users as well Reliance Jio. introduce zero-voice-tariff plans from January at Rs 2-4 cheaper than Reliance Jio’s offering.
BSNL is reportedly planning to launch lifetime free voice service starting from January 2017, along with plans that will be cheaper than Reliance Jio had announced earlier this month.
The move is aimed at quickly expanding the Customer base across India, expect Mumbai and Delhi, where MTNL provides services. Further, the move will put further pressure on operators such as Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular to slash tariffs.HomeVoice & Data BSNLMove over Jio, BSNL to launch lifetime free voice service in January.

BSNL,Jio 4G, News latest Updates

The lifetime free-voice-tariff plans will be launched in Januaryat Rs 2-4 cheaper than the Rs-149 entry price of Jio.The new plans will be offered to BSNL’s mobile customers who also have a broadband connection at home.Under this plan, home broadband will be used to route outgoing mobile calls through the landline network.
BSNL Recharge Offers with Jio

BSNL plans free voice

Further, the move will put further pressure on operators such as Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular to slash tariffs.
BSNL chairman and managing director Anupam Shrivastava told TOI that the telco will also come up with lifetime free-voice plans from the New Year as part of fresh offerings. He added that the telco’s new plans will be lower than the Jio plan by Rs 2-4.
Reliance Jio had announced ground-breaking data tariffs with free voice service, starting at Rs 149 with monthly validity. The tariffs will be applicable from January 1, and the current services are being offered for free till December 31, 2016.

BSNL plans free voice, cheaper package than Jio

While Jio’s services are only available for 4G customers, , the BSNL plan will be open to 2G and 3G users, which constitute the majority of mobile customers.
BSNL’s latest plan will be available to its mobile customers having home broadband connection. The telco will use the home broadband connection to route outgoing mobile calls through the landline network.

BSNL plans free voice, cheaper package than Jio
“We estimate that a large amount of time is spent at home, and so here we can ride on our wire-line operations,” Shrivastava.
Replying to a query on potential decline in revenue from voice services, Shrivastava said the company expected to make this up through new customer additions.
Currently, voice revenues contribute nearly 70% to the business of telecom operators in the country.

BSNL has a strong market penetration and significant share in many key markets such as Kerala, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Odisha, Punjab and UP. It’s average revenue per unit in Rs 120.
The 4G war has been intensifying in the country and all telecom operators are jumping on the 4G bandwagon – each trying to outdo the other. Reliance Jio gave jitters to multiple telecom operators with the launch of their 4G calling rates and the promise of giving the fastest and the (arguably) best service at the cheapest prices.

Their plans which start at just Rs 149 seemed extremely convincing and after the AGM, people could do little but talk about the device and there were long queues outside Reliance stores demanding the SIM cards. Some of the features what made Reliance Jio so popular among Indians was the fact that the service would offer free calling, unlimited SMS and really fast 4G speeds – at a price that just marginally higher than their 3G services.

BSNL plans free voice calls 

However, for state run BSNL, the competition is heating up and the network connector plans to launch plans at prices even cheaper than Reliance Jio. The rates will be marginally cheaper, with a difference of Rs 3-4 but it will still make a huge difference to large data packs. Another thing BSNL plans to do differently is not restricting their offers to just 4G.

The plans will be open to 2G and 3G users also which currently are more than 4G customers as not everyone has migrated to 4G. Another difference BSNL plans to bring in is route the calls via landline. BSNL, being one of India’s leading telecom operators has an extensive coverage and network when it comes to landlines and using these for calling will mean much better network and speeds.

BSNL Chepar data package vs jio data

Bsnl Vs Jio
Reliance Jio for consumers in the first week of September and their plans and pricing are quite attractive. The Jio plans (prepaid) begin at Rs 149 for 28 days where customers get 300 MB data.

But the last plan which is for Rs 1499 offers users up to 20GB of data. That is definitely a whole lot of data. The schemes seem pretty attractive and coupled with free calling seem to be the best on offer out there.
So it will be interesting to see whether other operators such as Airtel, Vodafone and Idea also slash their tariffs. In any case, it will be a win-win situation for customers.

Loading...