BSNL Launches Broadband Bonanza, Free VAS for New Subscribers

By February 26th, 2010 AT 11:17 AM

India’s largest Broadband service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) announced the launch of Broadband Bonanza of Free Value Added service for its prospective broadband customers of all telecom circles across India.

The new subscriber will get 3 VAS over the broadband connection named Games on Demand services, Music & Video on demand service and free Web Conferencing services at free of cost. The offer is valid up to April 30, 2010.

With the Games on Demand (GoD) service, BSNL Broadband subscriber can access more than 300 online games worth Rs.200. While under the Video & Music on demand, subscriber can enjoy more than 60,000 digitized music albums and more than 2000 digitized video music albums are available which includes contents in Hindi, English and Regional Languages contents from bollywood, Hollywood, religious over its Internet portal bsnl.hungama.com worth Rs.149 just at free of cost. The third free VAS is Web Conferencing services, wherein customers can have a video conference using PC between broadband customers of BSNL.

BSNL also waived off Broadband installation charge of Rs.250 for all new customers till 31st March, 2010.

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Ankur

sanjay pandit :
yes please reduce charge in 750 plan ,
it should be 500, and it should be time for increase bandwidth with 750 plan

correct.. Speed of 32 KBps kills me…

Praveen
Praveen

BSNL is looking forward to attract newer customers. Hence, the offer is valid only for those who join the broadband bandwagon right now. Besides, I personally feel that their network is NOT robust enough to offer these three VAS to old customers!

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