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Odishatv Bureau
Bhubaneswar/Mumbai: In what could be a great move to cash in on popular IPL tournament and counter Reliance Jio, state-owned telecom firm BSNL has offered the cheapest data in the market with a bumper 153 GB mobile data pack for just Rs 248 with 51 days validity. The offer will be valid till the cricket extravaganza ends.

"BSNL presents IPL pack Unlimited data STV-248 for prepaid mobile customers which gives unlimited data (3 GB data per day) with validity of 51 days during period of IPL cricket match. This will be useful for our subscriber to stream live IPL matches at a very economical rate," the state-run firm said.

This limited period offer is available in the market till end of this month on pan India basis.

This limited period offer is available in the market from April 7, 2018 to 30 April 2018 on pan India basis," BSNL statement said.

Reliance Jio on Wednesday announced a 102 GB data pack for Rs 251 during the upcoming cricket season. Telecom major Bharti Airtel also stated it will provide free live streaming of IPL matches through Hotstar on its TV app.

At Rs 248 for 153 GB, BSNL is offering cheapest data in the market. The state-run firm BSNL, however, has only 3G network across India while Jio's offer is for 4G service.

On the other hand, bringing joy to its broadband users, telecom service provider Bharti Airtel has announced extension of the ‘Airtel Big Byte Offer’ till October 31 this year under which 1000 GB is being offered.

The Airtel Big Byte Offer, which was introduced in May last year, was earlier valid till March 2018.

Under plans for Rs 1,099 and Rs 1,799, Airtel will offer 100 GB data per month at 100 Mbps speed and 1,000 GB as bonus data to broadband users.

This offer is available to customers who have availed Airtel’s broadband services on or after June 12, 2017 after visiting www.airtel.in/broadband.

The data can be carried forward each month till October 31, or till the data is finished.

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