BSNL Launches 2 Mbps Free Trial Plan for Broadband Customers

By March 5th, 2012 AT 6:50 PM

India’s National Telecom Backbone and largest Broadband service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), today announced the launch of Free 2 Mbps Trial Plan for its prospective Broadband customers across all circles.

The move is aimed at making BSNL’s ADSL based wire-line Broadband services more popular to the public, BSNL offers Free Broadband trial plan with 2 Mbps Speed and 500 MB free data usage for 15 days to the prospective broadband customers with their own modem.

During the free trial period customer can apply for a regular Broadband plan. If customer does not apply for a regular plan within 15 days, the plan will be terminated automatically after 15 days. The offer is available in all circles up to 31st March 2012.

Free trial of IPTV :

Apart from free trail plan for Broadband BSNL also launches Free trial of IPTV services for one month. Free trial of IPTV services for one month will be offered to prospective broadband customers registering their broadband connection up to 31-03-2012 on regular basis in cities where IPTV service is available.

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@Mr Sanjay Bafna: where to complaint about BSNL Broadband problems, my broadband connection stops working in every 2 or 3 days and again i have to make complaints. so If possible please provide me e mail of senior authorities of BSNL Rajasthan Circle.

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