BSNL Offers New Broadband Plans over FTTH in Pune

By May 6th, 2014 AT 8:52 PM

BSNL has introduced three new broadband plans over FTTH in Pune from 01 May 2014. The plans are promotional in nature and can be availed for 90 days from start date.

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Though these plans offer good speeds they are not as competitive as plans offered by BSNL Andhra Pradesh. Plans in AP come with higher FUP limits and post FUP speeds. At Rs. 999 AP customer gets 16 Mbps till 50 GB and 2 Mbps beyond – a Pune customer gets 16 Mbps till 25 GB and 512 Kbps beyond. As Pune is also served by private operators like You Broadband it remains to be seen if BSNL improves the offer after few months.

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Interested in New Broadband Plans over FTTH in Pune

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BSNL is typical of all government setups, over the years they have become very huge and at Taxpayer’s disadvantage, they get fat bonuses,DA,TA, salaray increments and no loss of jobs. Even if BSNL does not get a single client they are not going to shut down. Maybe the present BJP government can disinvest and make BSNL private, then we will see some change in the service and promo offers, or else the whole FTTH Broadband prom offer in Pune, is a con game to cheat clients as long as BSNL talks of “upto 16GB speeds” and NOT “minimum guaranteed speeds”,… Read more »

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