Bsnl India's public sector telecom industry has come up with new plans for 2G data services across the country. In one of my earlier posts I had mentioned about Bsnl removing the 40 rupees minimum balance for Gprs access. Also Bsnl offers the cheapest rates for net surfing around 1 paise per 10 kb. The new gprs plans would give the customers more data for the same amount and at competitive rates too. Example Airtel, vodafone , reliance etc offer around 2 Gb for 95 to 99 rupees with a validity of 1 month, but Bsnl would offer 3gb data for 98 rupees starting from june 2011 across all circles. The speeds are also good. The offers come in the wake of rising competition, mobile number portability and the scrapping of unlimited data plans sometime earlier.