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BSNL launches Free Internet plan ‘Work@Home’ till May 19.

BSNL launches Free Internet plan 'Work@Home' till May 19.

BSNL launches Free Internet plan Work@Home till May 19.

For the convenience of customers, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) introduced a Work@Home promotional broadband plan last month under which all the broadband users of the company will get 5 GB data free per day. The special thing is that this free data speed will be 10 Mbps.

BSNL has now extended the validity of this plan till May 19. Earlier, under this plan, free data was being received till 19 April. BSNL has given the information by tweeting it. This Work@Home plan of BSNL will be available to all landline users across the country. The special thing is that this offer is also for Andaman and Nicobar. Let us know that most of the plans of BSNL are not available for these two circles.

Under this offer of BSNL, an email ID is also available for free, with 1 GB of storage is free. BSNL has said that customers will continue to get internet at the speed of 1 Mbps after the 5 GB data received daily for free.


This work at home offer of BSNL is only for those who have broadband or landline connection of BSNL. Landline users can call 1800-345-1504 for more information about the new offer.

Let us know that earlier BSNL has recently announced to offer Amazon Prime subscription to the postpaid plan customers. Under this, now postpaid plan users will be able to access Amazon Prime’s content for free. Also, users will not have to pay any additional charge for this subscription.

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However, Amazon Prime’s subscription will be available with postpaid plans, which cost Rs 399 more. Amazon Prime’s subscription will be available with these postpaid plans, although the company’s p ostpaid plan starts at Rs 99, but Amazon Prime’s subscription is available only on plans above Rs 399.

 

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