BSNL BBG Combo ULD 1199 Broadband Plan Offers Unlimited Voice Calls and 40GB High-Speed Data at 10 Mbps

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has recently updated its broadband tariff plans across the country, and the popular BBG Combo ULD 1199 plan also received a revision. This Rs 1199 broadband plan is aimed at voice calling users as customers can enjoy free voice calling to any network within India. To be noted, this plan is available on a pan India basis.


As stated, this plan is purely designed for avid voice callers. But it also gives a decent amount of data. The BBG Combo ULD 1199 broadband plan gives 40GB high-speed data at 10 Mbps and post 40GB, download speed will be reduced to 2 Mbps. And the 2 Mbps has no data restriction, meaning customers can consume as much data as they can.

But this plan is not about data as it offers 24 hours unlimited voice calls to any network within India. In other BSNL broadband plans, voice calling is restricted to only a few hours, i.e. between 10.30 PM to 6 AM. Earlier, BSNL used to offer unlimited voice calls on Sundays, but recently the state-run telco made a massive announcement that it won’t offer voice calling on Sundays. And it’s unknown whether the change applies to the BBG Combo ULD 1199 as well as BSNL is yet to update its website.

Besides this, BSNL is also allowing its users to pay for this plan on an annual basis, which also gives some discount to the customers. For example, if a customer opts for the annual payment, they have to pay Rs 13189; for two years the cost is Rs 25179, and for three years, the cost of the plan comes down to Rs 35970. So, customers will be paying 11 months only for the annual payment, and 21 months amount for two years.

Also, BSNL is offering one free email ID and 1GB space per ID. This is one of the best broadband plans from the house of BSNL, but the data offering is slightly on the lower side as other ISPs are offering a massive amount of data and speed at same prices.

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23 Comments on "BSNL BBG Combo ULD 1199 Broadband Plan Offers Unlimited Voice Calls and 40GB High-Speed Data at 10 Mbps"


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January 24, 2018 6:46 am 6:46 AM
Why is everyone here accepting FUP in broadband? Do people not get bothered that bandwidth is throttled in the middle of the month? My work depends on the internet and so does everyone else’s. Why don’t BSNL or any other ISP charge more and remove FUP? People wouldn’t mind paying more if the service was more stable and not slow down in the middle of the month. I download and upload files on a regular basis for my work, I watch TV online, I use Steam, most of my computers update automatically…. I don’t want to worry that doing any… Read more »
January 23, 2018 3:45 pm 3:45 PM

I am getting true unlimited 10 Mbps since Nov 2017 in Rs.675 plan.

BSNL has announced the temporary removal of FUP from July 2017 for all plans from Rs.675 qnd above. From July to October 2017 I was getting 4 Mbps true unlimited download and from November 2017, I am getting true unlimited 10 Mbps download speed. Upload remained stable at 110 to 130 KB / s (slightly above 1 Mbps).

Name a single PAN India private wired broadband operator that gives true unlimited speed. If you can’t, then $ hut yourselves.

January 22, 2018 10:59 pm 10:59 PM

Oh great, another internet plan with FUP in 2018.

January 23, 2018 3:46 pm 3:46 PM

Use your common sense varun. BSNL has removed FUP since July 2017. I am getting 10 Mbps true unlimited from Nov 2017.

January 24, 2018 6:36 am 6:36 AM
The official plans from BSNL as per their website states that after certain amount of data throughput, bandwidth will be limited to 2mbps. Yes, BSNL has been offering “Happy browsing offer” since last July and November as well. But those are promotional and aren’t permanent. They’re temporary. It means they can withdraw those offers anytime. The problem is that BSNL cannot keep providing these offers for very little tariffs. If these offers were removed, everyone is limited to a base bandwidth of 2mbps. Also Sudhakar, you might be getting full 10mbps but it’s not the case for many people here… Read more »
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January 23, 2018 10:53 am 10:53 AM

Which other ISP is giving 2Mbps after FUP ? Name the company and city.