BSNL Makes Massive Revision to Broadband Plans: Check Prices, Data and Other Benefits

BSNL has revised two of its Bharat Fibre Broadband plans and eight of its ADSL plans in Chennai circle to offer different benefits on different prices

Highlights
  • These plans will be active July 1, 2019 onwards
  • The prices of the BSNL plans have also been changed along with benefits

Like we all know now, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has been making pretty drastic moves in the market to gain a more dominant position and to lure more and more subscribers. The telecom operator has been active on all the fronts including prepaid, postpaid, broadband and is also pushing for an increased 4G coverage. However, currently, the focus of all telecom operators seems to be on the broadband segment as the launch of Reliance Jio GigaFiber is only weeks ahead. With this, BSNL is also revising its broadband plans to offer more data and better benefits. In its new move, the state-led telco has revised many broadband plans including two popular Bharat Fibre broadband plans as well which will be effective July 1, 2019 onwards. The details about the revision of these plans are as follows.

Bharat Fibre Broadband Plans Revision

Firstly, the most notable revision in the BSNL broadband roster has to do with the Bharat Fibre Broadband plans. Under this portfolio, BSNL has revised two plans. The first one among the two to undergo revision is the 500GB plan for Rs 777, which has now been changed to offer 600GB data per month. The monthly rental of this plan has also been revised to Rs 849, and this plan also offers unlimited free calls. Previously, this plan used to offer 500GB data per month. The after-FUP speed of this plan is 2 Mbps, and the regular speed is 50 Mbps.

Another Bharat Fibre broadband plan to have undergone revision is the 50GB plan which has now been revised to offer 55GB data per day with 100 Mbps speed and an after- FUP speed of 4 Mbps. Previously this plan used to provide 500GB data per day with 100 Mbps speed. The rental of this plan has also been upped from Rs 3,999 to Rs 4,499. This plan also bundles free unlimited calls.

BSNL ADSL Plan Revisions

Along with two Bharat Fibre Broadband plans, BSNL has also revised some of its ADSL plans as well. The BB BSNL CUL plan of Rs 299 which used to offer 1.5GB data per day at 8 Mbps has been revised to provide 2GB data per day at Rs 349 with 8 Mbps data speed along with Rs 600 worth of off-net calls. It can also be said that BSNL has replaced a lot of its plans with new plans in its broadband portfolio. Now BSNL offers 4GB data per day plan with 10 Mbps speed for Rs 599, 5GB per day data plan with 10 Mbps speed with 24 hour unlimited calling for Rs 699.

There are also other 10 Mbps plans offering 12GB, 22GB and 25GB data with 24 hours unlimited calls available for Rs 899, Rs 1,299 and Rs 1,599 from BSNL. The 16 Mbps plan from BSNL offering 30GB daily data is available for the customers at Rs 1,849 monthly rental. Lastly, the 24 Mbps plan offers 35GB data per day is available to the customers for Rs 2,349.

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Suresh
Suresh

first of all, who asked you to impose daily limit on broadband tariffs
why did you remove happy browsing despite outrage from customers and now adding more limit into that

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Saurabh Sharma
Saurabh Sharma

Doesn’t matter how cheap their plans are if they are not able to provide proper service. If you get disconnections, they will probably never be able to repair it.

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