State run telecom PSU BSNL has revised its data charges for its 2G and 3G customers. It has increased its data download charges for prepaid and postpaid customers in 2G as well 3G plans. It will now be charging 2p/10KB from the earlier 1p/10KB in home as well as in roaming which means now Rs. 2/MB will be charged for data downloads. It has also revised its data usage limits in one GPRS postpaid

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BSNL has further reduced the Unlimited 3G charges by almost 50%. The effective cost of using unlimited BSNL 3G will be Rs. 700/month* (Rs. 4,200 for 6 months) from 1st November 2010. There is no fair usage policy applicable on this scheme so you can download/upload as much as you want. In addition to the reduction in monthly rental, BSNL has also reduced the price of its Data Card.

All new

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. on Thursday said it would provide free data card to its customers, besides announcing attractive pre-paid and post-paid tariffs for 3G and 2G services.

As per the new plan, any customer by subscribing for monthly 2 GB plan for 15 months, 10 GB plan for 10 months and unlimited plan for four months can get one 3G data card free from BSNL.

BSNL has also launched an unlimited

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BSNL and Reliance has finally reduced the price of their USB modem in order to attract a large number of internet users in India. Both the data card offers postpaid plans as well as prepaid vouchers and they come with some attractive offers. BSNL offers unlimited data plans while Reliance does not offer any unlimited data plans.

The price of the BSNL data card has been reduced from Rs.3500 to

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BSNL, the government owned telecom operator, has thrown down the gauntlet by launching 3G EVDO plans that substantially lowers access charges for consumers on the move. Though it’s a pan-India launch, though we’re not sure if Delhi

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