BSNL is Offering Up to 10 Mbps Download Speed With the Rs 1,599 Broadband Plan

Though most Indian telcos are still engaged in tariff wars in the mobile sector, the broadband service providers aren’t leaving any stone unturned either. BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) has revised several of its existing postpaid Broadband plans as part of its strategy for 2018. BSNL is now come up with new data tariffs for its Rs 1599 Broadband plan. The BBG Combo ULD 1599 offers unlimited internet data for both download and upload.

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It offers download speed of up to 10 Mbps till 70GB of usage. After the exhaustion of the FUP limit, the company gives you 2 Mbps until the end of the plan.

In addition to the data benefits with BSNL 1599 plan, there are also free calling services included in the plan. The company states the plan comes with unlimited 24 hours free calling for both local/STD calls on any network across India.

The plan also includes one email ID along with 1GB of space with this plan. Users can also get a static IP address with this plan which will cost additional Rs 1800 charges for a period of a year.

As for the charges of the plan, the postpaid BBG Combo UL has priced at Rs 1599 exclusive of taxes. Post SGST and CGST, the plan will cost you more than the stated price.

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BSNL also long-term payment option with its BBG Combo plan. The annual payment option gives you a month’s service free. You need to subscribe to the plan for a year and will have to pay for 11 months only. Similarly, a two-year payment option gives you three months free service. Lastly, there a three-year contract, that will provide you with six month long services for free.

The minimum hire period for the plan is one month, as with all BSNL Broadband packages. There is a security deposit required of the same amount as that of plan’s monthly charges before the company will activate the service.

Elsewhere, BSNL has revised its free unlimited night calling service. The revised timings allow for free calls from 10:30 PM to 6:00 AM unlike the previous timing from 9:00 PM to 7:00 AM. The state-owned operator has also stopped the free calling service on Sundays in certain circles. The 1599 BBG Combo plan is therefore beneficial for users with unlimited internet and calling needs.

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Ragaven
January 15, 2018 1:52 am 1:52 AM
Bsnl is simply an outdated ISP where guys like me have it since there is no other service available in rural town , they cant keep up with modern Internet speeds, i have an 1275 plan with 10Mb/s and live no more than 500 mts from the main exchange itself,but speed test result will be only around 5-7Mbps and actual download speed is capped at 1.2 Mbps which also fluctuates badly, and not to mention the plans are damn pricey for the cr*p, other ISP’s like ACT offering fiber net starting from 900 with minimum 100Mbps but whereas Bsnl boasting… Read more »
Girish Gowda
January 15, 2018 12:00 pm 12:00 PM

You seem to not be living in reality. 10 Mbps plan gives 1.2 MBps maximum download speed on any network, not just BSNL. There’s a difference between bits and bytes. If you’re getting unlimited internet for Rs. 1275 at 1.2 MBps download speed, then you have it good even comparing to cities. ACT’s 300GB limit along with constant network problems in my friends homes is not worth it.

Sudhakar
January 12, 2018 9:48 am 9:48 AM

I am experiencing in Tiruchengode Tamilnadu :

From July 2017 to September 2017 BSNL has given true 4 Mbps unlimited (pre FUP speed) for all plans of Rs.675 and above. But the true unlimited pre FUP speed is continuing till now. And the 4 Mbps was increased to 10 Mbps. So I am getting true unlimited 10 Mbps (1 to 1.2MB / s) download speed and 1 Mbps (110 to 140 KB / s) upload speed.

The download link speed is set as 9996 Kbps download and 1036 Kbps upload speed.

P...F...
January 15, 2018 8:54 pm 8:54 PM

you get upload speed between 110 to 140 kbps? i get only around 40kbps max. I m on 1199 plan.

Varun
January 11, 2018 8:28 am 8:28 AM

This is stupid of BSNL to have FUP on internet connections now. Those idiots didn’t change my broadband plan to BBG ULD 675 even after writing them a letter. Plus, BSNL linemen admit that it’s just not possible to provide 10 Mbps bandwidth on ADSL.

On top of that data caps is just plain stupid. India has no problem copying other countries, why can’t it copy their strategy? Nowhere else in the modern world do people have to put up with such hypocrisy.

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