BSNL Giving 5GB of Free Data to Customers Switching From Existing Network

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is offering 5GB free data to customers switching from an existing service provider to a state-owned telecom network. Free data will be valid for 30 days. The new offering is aimed at helping BSNL expand its user base in the country. Users switching to BSNL will have to share the reason for the move on social media and send a proof of the same to the service provider to get the additional data benefit.

free data offer for new BSNL Clients are valid till January 15, eg announced on Twitter. The operator said the free 5GB data will be valid for 30 days or till the validity of the existing plan, whichever is earlier.

According to fine print Under the offer, users will have to switch from existing service provider to BSNL Mobile Number Portability ,MNP) to get the data gain. The operator also requires new customers to share the reason for their switching on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #SwitchToBSNL. Also, the customers who are porting to BSNL will have to tag BSNL and follow the operator on social media platforms.

Once shared, BSNL mentioned in the terms and conditions that users should share a screenshot of their tweet or post and send it to the telco with their respective mobile number by direct message to 9457086024 or on WhatsApp.

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ,Try) revealed in its recent report that BSNL lost over 23,000 subscribers in the month of October last year. The operator also retained it Market share of 9.73 percent, with no profit from September.

Earlier this week, BSNL launched Offer of additional validity of 90 days 2,399 prepaid recharge plan to celebrate the new year with its Rs. Telco also started recently Bundling Eros Now Subscription With all its postpaid plans.

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