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Recharge BSNL gprs Data Packs Using Mobile Balance

If you are using BSNL GPRS on your smartphone to access Internet, you can recharge the data pack directly from your available BSNL phone balance.
You do not need to go for BSNL Internet recharge coupon when you have balance left. Procedure to recharge BSNL 2G Internet on your mobile phone by deducting the amount from available balance is very simple. You just need to message to BSNL with gprs and the tariff amount for the required plan. The sms format is provided below.

gprs (Tariff amount) to 53733

Eg: gprs 14 to avail 200 MB data valid for 3 days.

How to Recharge BSNL 2G Data Plans From Mobile Phone

You can use the following message format to recharge BSNL 2G Internet from your mobile phone. You must send the sms to 53733

gprs 7    100 MB        1 day    validity
gprs 14  200 MB         3 days   validity
gprs 54  500 MB         25 days  validity 
gprs 98  1250 MB        30 days  validity
gprs 125  1.5 GB        30 days  validity
gprs 219  4 GB          30 days  validity
gprs 270  5 GB          30 days  validity
gprs 300  6 GB          90 days  validity

PS: You should check the official BSNL website to verify the exact tariff to activate and recharge 2G internet on your mobile phone.

You must check the BSNL website to know more about the free night usage with recharging GPRS on your mobile phone. For certain plans, you will get free night 2G Internet. If you are using a smart phone, you can convert the mobile phone as a modem and use the BSNL GPRS on your computer. That topic will be covered in my next post. So to check the latest tariff plans for BSNL GPRS data pack, visit the following link.
http://www.bsnl.co.in/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/services/mobile/mobile_gprswap.html

Now let us talk about the speed of BSNL GPRS on your mobile phone. It depends on many factors like network coverage, Your mobile handset etc. If your mobile phone is HSDPA supported, you can feel higher speed compared to traditional Edge supporting phones. Another point you must check the amount you have to pay for the additional usage when you have crossed your plan. Currently the additional charge BSNL take from your account is Rs.0.02 for 10KB data transfer.

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