Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has removed two of its prepaid plans out of which one plan is BSNL Maximum Plan 999 and the other plan is the yearly plan 2099. The BSNL prepaid plan 2099 was launched last year after Jio launched its 1699 prepaid plan. The telecom operator has removed these plans without any reason. Along with this change, the BSNL has also revised the BSNL Sixer Plan 666. Here are the details.
BSNL Prepaid Plan 999 & Plan 2099 Discontinues
The two plans that have been discontinued by BSNL are the plan 999 and plan 2099. The BSNL plan 999 is also known as the BSNL Maximum plan and it used to come with the massive one-year validity. Up to 181 days, the plan was offering 3.2GB data per day. The prepaid plan was also offering 10 free SMS per day and free unlimited calls.
The second plan that has discontinued by BSNL is Plan 2099. This plan was also a yearly plan. In this plan, BSNL was offering 6.2GB data per day. All calls were free and unlimited in this plan even the calls to Mumbai and Delhi too. The data usage was unlimited in this plan. As after the daily data usage limit, the speed reduced to 80 Kbps.
BSNL 666 Sixer Plan Revised
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has revised its Sixer Plan. The telecom operator has added a few more days to the validity of the plan. Earlier, the plan was offering 122 days validity but now it has been revised to 134 days validity. the plan offers 3.7GB daily data along with the free calls to anywhere in India except the Mumbai and Delhi circles.