BSNL Offers Free Unlimited Broadband for 15 Days

After the attractive tariff plans by MTNL and Airtel in Broadband segments, State Operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), country’s leading telecommunications service provider has now joined the competition and introduced a unique pan-India promotional offer to test the High Speed 2 Mbps Broadband with Unlimited data download at FREE of cost for 15 days.

The Unlimited Free Broadband Promotional offer will be available in all BSNL telecom circles across India and applicable for customers who book a new broadband connection before 31st March 2010.

According to the BSNL announcements there will also be no registration or Installation charges for new BroadBand connection registered up to 31st March 2010. All the customers registering their new Broadband postpaid connection with in this promotional period will get free Unlimited download for 1st 15 days at the speed of 2Mbps, whatever is their opted plan. The customers applying for limited plan, will not be charged for 1st 15 days, and those are opting unlimited plans (speed is less than 2 Mbps) will get speed upgrade of 2 Mbps for 1st 15 days.

For More Details check here-: BSNL Free Unlimited Broadband Offer for 15 Days

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  • abhijith June 3, 2010 5:04 pm

    BSNL is all about money making.Its just squeezing money from users

  • Jha April 3, 2010 11:24 pm

    @engadget

    existing customer will get free upgrade, double the speed which they already have, till april 26 2010

  • Prasath J March 27, 2010 12:24 am

    engadget :
    @Gouthaman
    BSNL (or any telco) wants only new customers, they really dont care about the existing ones…

    And ONLY DURING THE YEAR-END, they will half-wake up…

  • Abhi March 26, 2010 5:50 pm

    We want more high speed unlimited plans above 8Mbps, 1and2Mbps are just not fit for todays times and downloading needs, hope we will see better speeds above 8Mbps unlimited@ reasonable prices soon, India is already lagging far behind in terms of Internet than other countries, it’s already high time ISPs start providing better speeds and give more importance to broadband than just their 3g and mobiles and all those stuffs, we want true broadband speeds for desktop computers..

  • engadget March 26, 2010 2:37 pm

    @Gouthaman
    BSNL (or any telco) wants only new customers, they really dont care about the existing ones…

  • Dinesh March 26, 2010 2:36 pm

    BSNL .. they need to bring down the UL plan .. if they want to survive they need to improve on the customer support …

  • MaNoJ March 26, 2010 11:40 am

    Only till 21st March.. :(

    It should be till Mid of April.
    ;)

  • ramli77 March 25, 2010 11:33 pm

    complaints india :
    The users expecting top speed from BSNL need to be told the background. BSNL broad band is deliverd over the existing landline connection. The land line cables are in a terribly messy state all over India. The telephone cables are damaged by all and sundry while digging along roads. Though BSNL may offer high speed, most people get low dial up speed or face continuous disconnection due to faulty telephone line. BSNL should first get their last mile connectivity in place before coming up with such grand schemes.

    Dear friend in CHENNAI it is in Excellent Condition.And also as quoted by one of the senior technical person of chennai BSNL, CHENNAI leads the maximum internet traffic among the states in our country.

  • Balbir March 25, 2010 9:29 pm

    What about customers those who have got the bb connection in the month of Feb 10.

  • complaints india March 25, 2010 8:42 pm

    The users expecting top speed from BSNL need to be told the background. BSNL broad band is deliverd over the existing landline connection. The land line cables are in a terribly messy state all over India. The telephone cables are damaged by all and sundry while digging along roads. Though BSNL may offer high speed, most people get low dial up speed or face continuous disconnection due to faulty telephone line. BSNL should first get their last mile connectivity in place before coming up with such grand schemes.

  • zareef March 25, 2010 5:13 pm

    its better to drop 256kbps plan rate

  • Gouthaman March 25, 2010 5:07 pm

    Wonderful. But, is there anything in it for the existing customers?