BSNL slashes ADSL Broadband Modem Prices to Rs. 1800, is it enough to attract consumers?

By October 14th, 2014 AT 3:03 PM

BSNL has been making good moves recently especially when it comes to revising the tariffs and also introducing new tariffs. This time around BSNL has sliced the price of its ADSL Broadband Modem Services in all the circles. The modem price has been sliced from Rs. 2100 to Rs. 1800 inclusive of taxes in all the circles. BSNL will also provide AMC (Annual Maintenance Care) for 5 years.

BSNL Broadband Modem

It is evident that BSNL is trying to curb people from deactivating Broadband due to the service issues in the modem and also the high prices. It would be interesting to see if BSNL would be able to attract people again into their fold.

Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. He is also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and non-edible silicon chips.

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All these tactics and strategies won’t earn BSNL any new customers when dedicated and loyal customers are leaving the operator. It’s high time now and BSNL must start giving atleast 1Mbps download and upload speed along with improving its attitude towards customers. It’s appalling to see BSNL being stuck in mid 1980’s mentality where request have to me made again and again for getting simple work done. Moreover aged, inefficient and lethargic employees of BSNL are alienating customers and will be the last nail in its coffin.


BSNL landline broadband is pure crap. I disconnected last Dec. They have issues with internet connectivity via their copper tel lines which run through plots in residential colonies and get cut or drowned frequently. Had been telling these chaps to put the protect the cables by inserting in hard fiber pipes as used by Jal Sansthan, but all suggestions fall on deaf ears. The telephone linesmen know nothing of broadband being there to only check if their is tel connectivity. Even the telephone connectivity has harsh sound when working. BSNL like Tata Photon Plus, Sify, Aircel, etc. are pure crap… Read more »

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