BSNL has re-launched its Loot Lo postpaid offer it introduced back in November 2017. Under the BSNL Loot Lo Postpaid offer, users can avail up to 60 percent discount on premium postpaid plans between March 6, 2018, and March 31, 2018. Under the offer, BSNL is offering up to 60 percent discount on postpaid plans, 100 percent free activation charges and a free SIM card. However, the discount rental can be availed only for advance rental options for 12 months or 6 months or 3 months. The best part is the discount scheme is applicable for both new as well as existing BSNL postpaid customers on the pan-India basis.
As stated, the offer is applicable only for the month of March 2018. Talking about the benefits, SIM activation charges will be waived off for new connections. And the popular existing BSNL postpaid plans are eligible for the rental discount, sans the Rs 99 and Rs 145 entry-level plans.
The Rs 1525 premium postpaid plan, which offers benefits of unlimited voice calls, SMS and data without any FUP limit is eligible for 60 percent rental discount if a customer opts for a 12-month period. For six months advance rental, customers will receive 45 percent discount and for three months advance rental, customers will receive 30 percent discount.
The BSNL Plan 225 offers the least discount. Check out the image below to know the entire discount as per the postpaid plans.
Aforementioned, the rental discount will apply only if the customer opts for advance rental plans for either 12 months or 6 months or 3 months. Subscribers opting for six months and three months advance rental will be migrated to monthly plan option after the expiry of the advance rental plan.
Also, existing customers can avail this option if there is no bill pending at the customer’s end. Existing customers can also migrate to other plans using this offer. BSNL also stated that this plan is applicable for retail as well as Enterprise customers.
The same offer was introduced back in November 2017 for a month and now the telco re-launched it again. This move from BSNL could be to counter the attractive postpaid plans launched by private telecom operators in recent times. –Telecom Info