Hello friends today I will tell you how you can forward your internet data balance of 2g/3g/4g in all operators like airtel, aircel, vodafone, Idea. Now any operator of pre-paid or postpaid users can easily carry forward unused 3g data an advantage before their existing data pack validity expires.
How to Carry Forward Unused 3G Internet Data MB In Airtel:
If you have left with Unused 3G data balance , now you can carry forward Airtel 3G data to next month. For this you need to recharge for Rs 102 from Airtel portal before the expiry data of your data pack. When recharged your expiry data will extend by 28 days. So its good you will not loose your unused data. This carry forward trick works in both mobile and data card.
How to Carry Forward Unused 3G Internet Data In BSNL:
Now BSNL Customer can carry forward their unused internet data pack on next recharge. This operator is likely to help customers gain more data users across the country. The operator BSNL has announced that it will grant users to carry forward the unused Internet data pack with their new recharge it also including normal data STVs. The provision has been extended to its 2G as well as 3G prepaid BSNL users across in India.
BSNL just recently introduced RS 68 internet Data pack Special Tariff Voucher (STV) which admit 1 GB 3G Mobile Data for 10 days. ET quotes a BSNL statement. “Quality of service and users satisfaction is our top priority and transparency makes us unique from other network operators” adds up BSNL director for Consumer Mobility N.K Gupta The change is likely to help the BSNL collection more large data users. BSNL and MTNL collaborate hold merely 8.32 percent of market share while the private operators own 91.68% of share, according to the latest TRAI telecom subscription data. BSNL’s carry forward is a very interesting as well as advantage for users who at times fails to consume full data.
MTS Data Carry Forward Recharge:
Many people are using MTS data card to run internet, if you are also using MTS and you have left with unused MBs and your expiry date is near, you can carry forward your MTS data to next month. For this you need to recharge your MTS number with STV Rs 198 for 700 Mb , Rs 248 for 1GB+, Rs 399 for 2GB+, 499 for 4GB+ and Rs699 for 7GB+. This recharge will extend your data validity by 28 days.
Carry Forward Unused data In Idea:
Idea provides postpaid customers carry forward unused 3G internet data pack.Postpaid 3G customers of Idea Cellular can carry forward their unused 3G internet data pack to next recharge. Idea Cellular has introduced a carry forward for its postpaid customers. Called the ‘3G Roll Over’ function, Idea will admit its postpaid subscribers to carry forward their unused 3G internet data pack to next month without any extra charges.
The roll over advantage is support on all Idea postpaid 3G limited data packs offering minimum of 1GB data, on a pan-India add’s up on the first-of-its-kind launched, Mr. Sashi Shankar, Chief Marketing Officer, Idea Cellular said, “Idea’s new ‘Roll Over 3G ’ feature is based on the insight that users feel of pain when their data pack expires at the end of the validity, without full utilization. With our new Roll Over 3G data pack, postpaid users will now not lose out on unused data balances at the end of their validity.
Carry Forward Unused Internet Data In Tata Docomo:
Now Tata docomo pre-paid customers can easily forward their unused data an advantage before their existing data pack validity expires. Tata Docomo just recently launched it’s users carry forward their unused internet data pack. This operator support for both 3G and 2G users.
In case the user has a 3G balance of 400 MB internet data left and the validity is left for just one day before and then the customer recharge which gets him another 200 MB internet data for another 28 days. So now the users will allow to carry forward the unused 400 MB data along with 200 MB internet data bringing the total free usage quota to 600 MB internet data pack.
Carry Forward Unused Internet Data In Vodafone:
Vodafone has launched its uses a ‘Carry Forward’ plan under which customers to carry forward unused internet data from existing pack to a new pack. This service is supports for 2G and 3G prepaid customers in Maharashtra & Goa circles. Vodafone’s service is however not applicable on unlimited and night internet data packs. Here we also have trick to run free internet on Vodafone.
Ashish Chandra, Business Head, Maharashtra and Goa, Vodafone India is quoted as saying, “Vodafone has always been at the front row in launching innovative and services relevant to the needs of our users. We have a very powerful prepaid customer base in Maharashtra and Goa and Vodafone ‘Carry forward’ has been designed to empower and provide the good value to our pre-paid data user base. So now, Vodafone 3G is not just the Faster mobile internet platform, it also the Smarter choice, providing Better value”.
So now you can now extend your internet data pack expiry, hope you easily carry forward your unused internet data in Airtel, Aircel, Mts, Bsnl, Idea, Vodafone and all network.