BSNL Re-Launches Its Promotional Scheme 15 Days Unlimited Download

By February 4th, 2011 AT 2:01 PM

In a bid to provide High Speed Broadband service at affordable price BSNL India National Telecom backbone and largest Broadband service provider today announced the re launch of its promotional scheme of 15 days free unlimited download at 2 Mbps to new customers registering their Broadband connection upto 31-03-2011 in all circles.

The offer is valid for a limited period up-to 31.03.2011 and its only valid for new customers who opt BSNL Broadband .

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REally think of that bcoz i also took broadband due to same scheme in month of nov’10 it was also of 15 days & now i got a bill of 13000/- for which i gave them to recheck that scheme. So ask ur main office about that & took some note from them that no charges will be applied to you bcoz BSNL is suffereing from worst situation.The billing is not properly done already paid bill are also calculated in ur fresh bill & this problem is all over………….
I SAWED THIS CONDITION IN REAL SO PLZ THINK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Neeraj :
Think 100000 times before buying any plans from bsnl (SPECIALLY 3G PLANS)…de limit ur speed after certain usage…. SO BEWARE OF BSNL’s

PSU are best for 3G 😛 private sux :))

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