BSNL Broadband across all the circles to become costlier

By November 12th, 2014 AT 10:38 AM

BSNL has reformulated a major chunk of its Broadband plans and this revision will be enforced in all the circles. BSNL has not made any amends to the data quota in all the other plans except the BBG 275 plan in which the Download/Upload limit has been increased to 1.5GB per month.

The basic rentals for the plans have increased by roughly 15%-25%. For example the BB Home 550 plans rental has been increased by Rs.100. The thing is BSNL has not tinkered much with the costlier plans and it is only the basic plans whose rental has been increased considerably.

At a time when BSNL is negating rough seas it seems to be a less appeasing move by the state owned Telcos. Customers are extremely price sensitive and the fact that most of the MSOs are ramping up rural connectivity will make it tougher for BSNL to regain their foothold. In the meanwhile you can check out the revised plans below and let us know what you feel about the change in broadband plans.Untitled image

 

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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This increased tariff is applicable for all circles from 1st December onward.

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This is false info. They have mentioned in the October 2014 usage bill (released in November 2014 first week) that the 900 plan rental has been increased to only 925 and not 945 as mentioned in this news.

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