BSNL hikes Broadband rental in Chennai circle

By November 29th, 2014 AT 12:20 PM

BSNL has revised the Broadband Tariffs for the existing as well as new customers in the Chennai circle. The rentals have been hiked considerably and the BBG Rural combo which was charged a rental of Rs.250 earlier has been hiked to Rs.350. The increase in the rentals are less pronounced as we move towards the bigger tariff plans.


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BSNL has retained the annual payment mode and it has also said that users who are already under the annual rental pack will not be charged extra. The upload and download limit for the BBG 275 has been increased from the previous 1GB to 1.5GB. 

Also read : BSNL Hikes Broadband Tariff in 7 Limited Usage Pan-India Plans

The tariff hike doesn’t come as a big surprise as majority of Telcos have already hiked up the data tariffs.

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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HeyBsnl is much better than crapfailtel (airtel).it provides services to remotest areas in india. Yes, some plans are beyond comprehension, they should abolish FUP policy.


Who will use the nasty Rs.1495 plan and get only 512 Kbps speed after fair usage whe you get 1 Mbps speed after fair usage in the Rs.1445 plan?.

Notr that Rs.1495 plan was Rs.1350 in the beginning. Then it was increased to Rs.1425 and now to Rs.1495.

All the broadband users must demolish the bsnl exchanges for this anti customer attitude.

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