BSNL 4G Deployment Nears, BSNL 4G Trends On Social Media

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4G services from the state-led telco has been highly sought after not only by BSNL loyalists but by smartphone users as well. Check out the new BSNL 4G trend.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
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At a time when revival of BSNL is on the cards, the telco’s 4G services which are slated to go live across many telecom circles in India have now started trending on social media – Twitter. In this regard, the 4G services from the state-led telco has been highly sought after not only by BSNL loyalists but by smartphone users as well.  As of now, a wide cross-section of users of other telcos have expressed desires to switch to BSNL in case 4G services from the latter are made live. Now, these users have lots to cheer about.

BSNL 4G also a Twitter trend

At this juncture, BSNL 4G has also become a trend on the micro-blogging site. Netizens (twitterati) have also been responding with hilarious and favourable reactions as far as potentially lapping up BSNL 4G wireless services is concerned. Check out below some reactions in this regard. BSNL has started handing over 4G SIM cards to subscribers in certain telecom circles. It is expected to pick up deployment of 4G rapidly, once the services are made live. Hence, it is now only about time since 4G spectrum is acquired by the state-led telco.

 

 

 


 

 

With BSNL trending on twitter after a relatively long period of time, it is worth checking out as to how the deployment of full-fledged 4G would be in India. In this regard, BSNL's Rs 429 is reportedly offering extra 1.5GB data under its Rs 429 plan. This plan offers unlimited calls. The extra data offering is valid till 31 October. Post October, the daily data offering under this plan would be 2GB, as opposed to 2.5GB. Validity of the Rs 429 plan is 71 days.

Also Read: WATCH: Tall BSNL Tower Teeters Dangerously Before Finally Collapsing Due To Force Of Cyclone Fani In Cuttack, Odisha

Also Read: BSNL Expects To Garner More Marketshare After Jio Move

 

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