BSNL Introduces New Combo Unlimited Broadband Plan at Rs. 695 with 4 Mbps speed

BSNL has floated new promotional broadband plan in Kolkata. The newly proposed plan named “BBG Combo ULD 695 CS72” makes available 4 GB data at 4 Mbps speed.


As soon as the user crosses this limit, the speed comes down to the standard 512 Kbps. There is no upper usage limit; hence, users can enjoy unlimited data. The plan is available for a monthly rental of Rs. 695 and annual payment of Rs. 7645. The minimum hire period for this plan is one month and the security amount is one month rent. Users can also make 50 BSNL to BSNL free calls as part of this plan.

Particulars BBG Combo ULD 695 CS72
Download Speed 4 Mbps up to 4 GB, 512 Kbps beyond that
Charges Monthly (Rs.) 695
Annually (Rs.) 7645
Security Deposit One Month Rent
Free Calls (BSNL To BSNL) 50
Additional Facility Unlimited free calls from 9 PM to 7AM on any network in India
Normal Charges To BSNL After Free Calls 1
To Others 1.2

All other terms and conditions have been kept unchanged, do check with BSNL CC before opting the plan. How do you look at this move from BSNL kolkata circle can this plan help to compete with private players in kolkata circle?

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23 Comments on "BSNL Introduces New Combo Unlimited Broadband Plan at Rs. 695 with 4 Mbps speed"


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May 6, 2016 6:19 pm 6:19 PM

BSNL is largest wired service provider in India. It has wide variety of broadband plans. But the fup limit is very low as compare to other service providers. Due to this reason their customer growth is very low.

SK Srivastava
February 27, 2016 12:23 pm 12:23 PM

Is this (BBG Combo ULD 695 CS72) plan available in Rajasthan Circle?

Bhupendra Sharma
February 27, 2016 2:31 pm 2:31 PM

No. In Rajasthan you can take basic 500 Kbps unlimited plan for Rs. 675. There are other options available, which you can check with nearby BSNL office.

July 2, 2015 7:42 pm 7:42 PM

Post FUP 512 Kbps is a crap. You can’t watch youtube videos properly. BSNL not increased unlimited speed for 7 years. Let’s see how BSNL manage their business after Reliance Jio launch in December.

512 Kbps is not broadband. It is narrowband. Govt. should change the definition of broadband to 2mbps.

jyotirmoy manna
July 5, 2015 6:43 pm 6:43 PM

First, come December.