Telenor is Offering Industry’s Best 4G Data Plans; Unlimited Internet for One Day at Rs. 11

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Telenor hasn’t got much fanfare in the country, but their offerings certainly are attractive always. It was recently reported that the Norway-based company was reportedly in talks with Bharti Airtel to sell off their Indian unit, but there is no stopping for the company till then.

There’s no fact denying that Telenor has a tiny 4G base in India. Having said that, the operator provides services in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana circle. With this seemingly increasing craze for Reliance Jio and 4G networks in India, Telenor for the circle mentioned above is offering an attractive plan that is priced at just Rs. 11.

Yes, there is a plan for Rs. 11 in which the operator is offering free 4G data for one complete day. And, the best part is there is no data limit. It’s truly unlimited for one entire day. Also, the company is offering 6GB of 4G data for just Rs. 239 in the same areas.

If this offer is enough to lure you, then some of the customers are getting an exclusive offer from Telenor officially. That said, customers who ever recharges with Rs. 57 will receive 1GB of 4G data valid for 28 days. There’s another offer of Rs. 98 and that is offering 2GB of 4G data with the same validity period of 28 days.

These are not bad offers, though like every other operator in the country is stealing your pockets for 1GB of 4G data. We have already reported which operator is currently offering the cheapest 4G data plan.

As said earlier, Telenor has a minuscule 4G base in India, but that doesn’t mean that the network speeds are terrible. According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) database of speed tests, Telenor is leading the list in terms of upload speeds, which is quite surprising. Also, Telenor is standing at number three position in terms of download speeds, right behind the new entrant Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel.

It’s quite evident that Telenor is offering good 4G data speeds and industry’s cheapest data speeds as well. Good going, Telenor.


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