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Updated BSNL Mobile Data Internet Plans Charges Tariff With Format

BSNL has changed the mobile data Internet plans and charges very recently. It might be noted that you must use different format to recharge your BSNL Mobile Internet and the previous format is no longer working. To avail BSNL mobile Internet on your mobile phone you must send the request to 53733 with exact data booster tariff.
The format is provided below.

data [Tariff] to 53733

Latest BSNL Mobile Internet Data Tariff

Format    Data Volume     Days   
data 17      100 MB         3 day    validity
data 39      240 MB         7 days   validity
data 78      500 MB         15 days  validity 
data 98      700 MB         21 days  validity
data 139      1 GB          30 days  validity
data 251      2 GB          30 days  validity
data 561      5 GB          30 days  validity
data 821      7 GB          60 days  validity
data 1011     10GB          30 days  validity


To check the updated Data Charges for BSNL 2G and 3G mobile Internet go though the link below.

http://www.bsnl.co.in/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/services/mobile/mobile_gprswap.html

Now you have the updated BSNL mobile Internet data tariff and know the volume of data credited to your Internet account. To learn more about recharging BSNL Internet from your mobile balance click on the link below.
Recharge BSNL GPRS Data Packs Using Mobile Balance

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