BSNL to launch new high speed unlimited broadband plans starting at Rs. 1395

The rising competition in the telecom space has prompted BSNL to come up with lucrative data plans. In this series, the company has decided to introduce new promotional VDSL & FTTH BB plans in Bangalore TD/Karnataka circle for an initial duration of 90 days.


BSNL New high speed unlimited broadband plan

  1. No.
Plan Details BBG Super Speed Combo

ULD 1395


BBG Super Speed Combo ULD 1495 VDSL  CS60 Fibro Combo ULD 3495 CS24
1. Download speed 16Mbps upto 80 GB, 512 Kbps after that. 24Mbps up to 80GB, 512 Kbps beyond 100Mbps upto 100GB, 512 Kbps beyond
2. Applicability Users in Karnataka Circle Users in Bangalore TD Users in Bangalore TD
3. Monthly Charges (Rs.) 1395 1495 3495
4. Annual Payment Option 15345 16445 38445
5. Two&Three Year Payment Option NA NA NA
6. Download/Upload Limit Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
7. Free email Ids/Space 1/ 1GB 1/ 1GB 1/1GB
8. Security Deposit One Month Rental One Month Rental One Month Rental
9. Minimum Hire Period One Month One Month One Month
10. Additional Facility Unlimited free calls between 9PM to 7AM to any network in India

All the remaining terms and conditional will be kept unchanged. These changes will be applicable from June 10, 2015. BSNL will make available further changes

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Abishek Naagendra
June 16, 2015 8:25 pm 8:25 PM

I got 13-16 ms as ping before 2 months… Last month, I got 40-48 ms as ping… Earlier this month, I got 60-65 ms as ping… But now I’m getting 200-275 ms as ping!! Browsing and online gaming has become slow because of this!! Is this due to Google DNS Servers??

Mayank Singh
June 8, 2015 10:10 pm 10:10 PM

I can’t understand BSNL obsession with 512 kbps after FUP.
Every plan has this limit.
What would it feel like downgraded from 16Mbps,24Mbps or 100Mbps to 512 kbps after 80/100GB??
BSNL needs to make sensible plans like TRUE 4Mbps unlimited @ 1350 or 2mbps ULD @ 1000.

June 11, 2015 7:21 am 7:21 AM

Then who will use their booster packs??

June 8, 2015 7:16 am 7:16 AM
At the least, broadband should be defined as connections with a minimum download speed of 5 Mbps and upload speed of 1 Mbps. In this age of smartphones and HD video streaming, we are still living in stone-age with a minimum connection speed of 512 Kbps. Added to that, some households may have 3 or 4 smartphones and 1 or 2 computers/laptops sharing the connection through wifi, making things worse. With some good broadband infrastructure spending by the operators, we can easily achieve BB speeds that is at least decent and usable without undue lag in loading websites. Most of… Read more »