BSNL introduces three new broadband plans, offers 100 percent cashback on modem charge

By February 12th, 2016 AT 4:42 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) has introduced new standalone broadband plans – BBG ULD 1891, BBG ULD 2641, and BBG ULD 2645 – in all the circle on a regular basis. These new plans will come into effect starting February 15, 2016. Apart form these new plans, BSNL is also offering 100 percent cashback on modem charges as a promotional offer.

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These new standalone broadband plans – BBG ULD 1891, BBG ULD 2641, and BBG ULD 2645 – offer higher download speeds of upto 4Mbps, 8 Mbps, and 16 Mbps, respectively. These plans come with FUP limit of 80GB (BBG ULD 1891 and BBG ULD 2645), while the BBG ULD 2641 plan offers a higher FUP limit of 175GB. However, the post FUP speed still remains at 512kbps for all these plans.

BSNL has also announced 100 percent cashback on ADSL Wi-Fi modem charge of Rs. 1,500. Under this offer, new broadband customers who purchase a modem from BSNL with a subscription to any broadband plan with a fixed monthly charges above Rs. 700, will be offered Rs. 100/- cash back per month for upto 15 months. The promotional offer is available till March 31, 2016.

Do check with BSNL customer care before opting the plan.

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In karnataka (except in bangalore)
BBGspeed combo1091 is the best plan
8mbps upto 60GB after that 512kbps

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These are not called new! BSNL should only think of making plans better than ULD 1445 and ULD2799
I realized bsnl does not want people to have 1mbps

Why make the same craps plans with free modem. Next they will make news plans with with same specification with free “Imported Chocolate Bar”

Our Money should not go free to Telecom companies they should earn it the hard way like every other company does

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