Difference between Standalone and Combo plans?

Ryan

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What's the difference between these two? I am thinking of switching from Airtel to BSNL as Airtel has been giving me some problems lately which they have been unable to resolve. Is it recommended that I switch to BSNL?
 

x720

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Combo plans have a certain amount of free calls included (3 minute pulse) . BSNL has been solid for me for the past 2.5 years here in sector 49.
 

neofactor.is3

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So, i need to ask a question here, in the plan i opted, i noticed 175 free calls. So, is it 175x3 minutes free?
 


meetdilip

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In combo plans, you do not have to pay telephone rent. Most combo plans come with free calls too. But UL 750 Combo has no free calls (don't know whether same with any other plan).

Using BSNL since Sept 2008. Currently on UL 750 512 Kbps unlimited. Happy customer except that they have a worst customer care. But these days, we can do most things through portal.

Hope this helps. Feel free to ask if you need any info.
 

MAX 24

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I like reliance wireless dish internet where I just pay for rent (indirectly they charged rent of hardware). Monthly plan was of Rs. 850 & I was quite satisfied with that. No buy hardware & just pay rent. It was very Idol way of internet. Yet I like it & no found cheapest Internet plan.
 


avikdip74

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Hmm ok. I'll considering going for their 4mbps combo unlimited plan.

Thats a very good plan with 400 free calls, but the speed is 4mbps (download speed 500 kbps almost ) upto 8gb usage only, thats the drawback, and with that speed 8 gb download in a month is miniscule
 

x720

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@above What you're talking about is the 900 plan. The one Ryan was talking about was the 1350 one with a 25 gb fup.
 

goyal.sanchit

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@above

What you're talking about is the 900 plan. The one Ryan was talking about was the 1350 one with a 25 gb fup.


the fup in that plan is 20 gb.