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BSNL Chakka Plan at Rs. 666 Offering 2GB 3G Internet per day & Unlimited Voice calls to all networks


BSNL has launched Chakka 666 Plan in the telecom market that is offering 2GB Data per day. Apart from high speed internet the plan includes unlimited voice calling to any network. The Plan has a validity of 60 days. Recently BSNL has revised its Rs. 333 Plan to Chaukka 444 Plan and now Bhartiya Seva Nigam Limited ( BSNL )  is presenting Sixer plan for its customers.

The company has already supporting true internet and voice calling plans like ‘ Dil Khol k Bol’ at Rs. 349 , Tripple Ace and Chaukka plan at just Rs. 444 with unlimited voice and internet benefits.

“BSNL offer best prices & plan to our mobile customers considering present trend of usability in industry. We are committed to provide affordable and efficient services to all segments of our mobile customers,” R.K.Mittal, Director (CM) BSNL Board said.

BSNL Chakka 666 Plan Benefits

BSNL STV 666Benefits
3G Data2 GB / Day
Validity60 Days
CallingUnlimited Voice calls
PriceRs. 666


BSNL Other Unlimited internet Plans and Offers

BSNL is doing great job by giving neck to neck competition to Reliance Jio and other Telecom operator by offering highest Data limit and voice calling at low price range. BSNL Chaukka 444 plan has become a big hit, As BSNL has gather applause by giving 4GB Data on daily basis.

It would be unfair if we forget about BSNL tripple Ace plan which includes 3GB Data per day with validity of 90 Days which is sufficient for any Indian and can easily last day long. After 3GB the speed drops to 80 Kbps after crossing FUP limit

Must Read : Jio Vs BSNL – Unlimited Data & Calling Plans Guide [Full Comparison]

What BSNL needs to improve?

Instead of such great offering BSNL has failed to fully gain trust of customers. The main reason is service quality many peoples have reported BSNL networks sometime fluctuate that results in unavailability of service. It is obvious if BSNL will focus to resolve this problem other private telecom like Airtel, idea, Vodafone, etc, need to rethink to construct new plans for their customers.


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