BSNL (Karnataka) Offers Free Unlimited 2 Mbps Broadband for 15 Days

By September 18th, 2010 AT 10:15 AM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), country’s leading telecommunications service provider once again comes with promotional offer to test the High Speed 2 Mbps Broadband with Unlimited data download at FREE of cost for 15 days in Karnataka circle.

According BSNL (Karnataka) announcement there will also be no registration or Installation charges for new Broadband connection registered up to 15 November, 2010. All the customers registering their new Broadband postpaid connection with in this promotional period will get free Unlimited download for 1st 15 days at the speed of 2Mbps, whatever is their opted plan.

The customers applying for limited plan, will not be charged for 1st 15 days, and those are opting unlimited plans (speed is less than 2 Mbps) will get speed upgrade of 2 Mbps  for 1st 15 days.

For more details call 1504 (toll free from BSNL)

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BSNL ki complaint karo. Lodge your grievance here pe click karo aur Department of Telecommunication select karo.
http://pgportal.gov.in/

zareef

Now BSNL have to Expand its EVDO Network In karnataka

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