According to the sources, customers will be entitled to as much as 2GB per quarter based on the agreement.

Currently, a total of six Micromax devices fall under this partnership, out of which four of them are handsets, namely the Bolt A37B and A37 smartphones and X070 and X088 feature phones. The Funbook Mini P410I Android tablet is also part of the list along with the MMX377G 3G data card.

According to agreement made between Micromax and state-run BSNL, the aforementioned devices will not only get 2GB of data every quarter, but also 500 minutes of free voice calls.

Recently, Micromax launched its first device as part of the Android One program, the Canvas A1.

The phone is available under Rs 7000 and it delivers a decent set of specs with assured updates to the newest version of Android for the next two years.

It is still not known that whether Micromax and BSNL will expand the free data promo to other devices from the OEM or not.