BSNL introduces FTTH broadband plan Fibro Combo ULD 1050

By June 9th, 2016 AT 12:31 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) has introduced new FTTH broadband plan named Fibro Combo ULD 1050 exclusive for Vellore SSA of Tamilnadu Circle offering higher download speed and increased FUP limit. The new broadband plans will be available for period of 90 days as promotional offer with effect from June 09, 2016.

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FTTH broadband plan Fibro Combo ULD 1050 offer higher broadband speed 8 Mbps and increased FUP (Fair Usage Policy) limit of 30GB. However, despite being a Fibre broadband plan, post FUP speed is limited to just 512 Kbps.

The plans also offer unlimited free calls between 9 PM to 7 AM to any network in India. Customer can also opt for Annual payment option by making advance payment for one, two and three years.

S. No. Particulars Fibro Combo ULD 1050 CS37
1 Bandwidth (Download Speed) Upto 8 Mbps till 30 GB, 512 Kbps beyond
2 Applicability All users of Vellore SSA of Tamilnadu Circle only
3 Monthly Charges (Rs) 1050
4 Annual Payment Option (Rs.) [11 x FMC] 11550
5 Two Years Payment Option (Rs.) [21 x FMC] 22050
6 Three Years Payment Option (Rs.) [30 x FMC] 31500
7 Download/Upload Limit (MB/ GB) per month Unlimited
8 Additional Usage Charges/ MB beyond free download/upload limit (Rs) NA
9 Free E-mail IDs/Space (Per E-mail ID) 1/1 GB
10 Static IP Address (On Request) One @ Rs.2000/- p.a. additional
11 Security Deposit One Month charges
12 Minimum Hire Period One Month
13 Telephone fixed monthly charges in Rs NIL
14 Free Calls (within BSNL N/W only) 100
15 Additional facility Unlimited free calls between 9PM to 7AM to any network in India
16 MCU charges/ pulse in Rs. (To BSNL N/W after free calls) 1.2
(To other N/W) 1.2

Note: Do check with BSNL before opting any plansThe new FTTH broadband plan from BSNL is part of its strategy to introduce more SSA/Circle specific broadband plans to counter competition from local broadband players in the region. As with other circle/SSA specific plans, the above plan is only offered in those locations where there is a matching competition from private operators.

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/***Upto 8 Mbps till 30 GB, 512 Kbps beyond***/

512Kbps – Duh. 1Mbps would’ve been fine.

Kanaga Deepan N
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Instead of launching such useless bull sh!t plans and insulting the OFC, BSNL better sell / lease their OFC lines to others who are offering affordable UnLimited Broad Band like YOU broadband…

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