BSNL offers 20 GB 3G Data Sharing Internet Plan for Rs 50

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the state-run telecom provider, has introduced data sharing special tariff vouchers (STV) in the south zone and it set to implement it on PAN India basis for prepaid mobile subscribers soon.

The scheme will enable subscribers to share mobile data among a group of prepaid subscribers. According to BSNL, prepaid customer can subscribe to a data pack and share it with four other prepaid subscribers.

Rs. 50 for 20GB 3G data plan is being subsidized by the GOVT of India. BSNL users just need to login into the BSNL self care portal, fill the form and that’s it the services will be activated. Also note that when you are filling the form you can provide details of the users with whom you would want to share the net connection – this is optional, i.e. if you want to share.

The procedure to subscribe to the new community data pack scheme and adding of the four accounts, with those the pack is to be shared with, can be done through the BSNL’s web portal: BSNL says that no charges will be levied for availing this facility.


Vodafone Wins, BSNL and Reliance Loose : MNP

According to a report by The Financial Express on the initial data from the first four days of mobile number portability, Vodafone has emerged as the clear winner with a net 61,789 users wanting to switch to it, followed by Aircel (28,088), Idea Cellular (15,220) and Airtel (10,412).

BSNL and Reliance Communications are the mega lossers. While BSNL’s net loss of customers going by the initial trend stands at 51,462, RCom follows closely at 48,089.

Gujarat telecom circles ranks on top with 30,627 subscribers so far sending in their requests to port. Maharashtra follows with 25,000 requests and Rajasthan is at the third place with 19,706 requests.