Airtel, Jio, BSNL Broadband Plans for Heavy Data Users

Airtel Xstream Fiber offers a Rs 799 and Rs 999 plan to the users. These plans are apt for heavy data usage. While the users can also go for the 300 Mbps plan that costs Rs 1,499, it wouldn’t make a lot of different for many users.

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The fiber broadband market in India has become majorly of three operators namely Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio, and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). While there are other internet service providers (ISPs) providing plans which are competitive to the plans offered by the above three service providers, they are hardly present PAN-India. Today, we are going to look at the broadband plans offered by Airtel, Jio, and BSNL which are appropriate for heavy data users.

Airtel Xstream Fiber Plans Good for Heavy Data Users

Airtel Xstream Fiber offers a Rs 799 and Rs 999 plan to the users. These plans are apt for heavy data usage. While the users can also go for the 300 Mbps plan that costs Rs 1,499, it wouldn’t make a lot of difference for many users. Most of the users can comfortably get their job done with the Rs 799 (100 Mbps) and Rs 999 (200 Mbps) plans.

These plans come with 3.3TB fair-usage-policy (FUP) data for the month and also offer users a free landline connection with unlimited voice calling. There are additional Airtel Thanks benefits including a free subscription to Airtel Xstream, Wynk Music, Shaw Academy, and more.

JioFiber Plans Good for Heavy Data Users

JioFiber also offers almost the same plans like that of Airtel. JioFiber’s 100 Mbps plan comes for Rs 699 which is Rs 100 cheaper than Airtel. However, its Rs 999 plan offers 150 Mbps speed which is lesser than that what Airtel provides for the same price.

JioFiber users get 3.3TB data for the month with both the plans and are also entitled to receive a free landline connection from the company along with a free Set-Top Box (STB). Users also get 15 OTT benefits with the Rs 999 plan that offers 150 Mbps speeds.

BSNL Bharat Fibre Plans Good for Heavy Data Users

BSNL Bharat Fibre users can go for the Rs 799 and Rs 999 plans as well. Both these plans are almost identical to what Airtel offers. With the Rs 799 plan users get 100 Mbps speed and with the Rs 999 plan, users get 200 Mbps speed. There’s an OTT benefit of Disney+ Hotstar Premium bundled with the Rs 999 plan of the company. Users receive 3.3TB of data for a month with both the plans. Further, BSNL also offers a free landline connection to the users with both plans.

These are two plans that can help the majority of the market with their heavy data needs as they all come with 3.3TB of data in a month and offer sufficient speeds.

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