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BSNL 2G Customers Are Getting 3G Internet Without Speed Limit

BSNL is the leading mobile Internet service provider in India. Now BSNL transfers all its 2G customers in to default 3G profile. Those customers who were using 2G Internet from BSNL are started getting 3G data speed from 15.08.2013. So technically all the BSNL 2G customers are getting mobile Internet connection at 3G speed without any speed limit.
In BSNL website it is said that the terms and conditions remain same for the past 2G customers. All the BSNL mobile Internet users can avail the data credited to their account without worrying national level roaming.

After transferring all the 2G customers to 3G profile, BSNL introduce uniform prepaid and post paid data plans. To learn more about the uniform data plans from BSNL, visit the link below.

http://www.bsnl.co.in/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/services/mobile/3g_prepaid_data_plan.html

If you want to check your BSNL data credit follow the instructions provided in the link below.
How to Check BSNL 3G Data Usage and Remaining Internet Balance

If you are taking BSNL 3G data on your Android Phone, your phone will be automatically detected by BSNL and send the configuration settings. If it is not working, you need to configure your phone manually for BSNL 3G. To read the guide click on the link below.
How to Manually Configure BSNL 3G On Android Mobile Phone

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