Exclusive : BSNL Renovate Its BroadBand Plans, Intros New Unlimited Plan

By January 18th, 2011 AT 3:18 PM

India’s National Telecom Backbone and largest Broadband service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has rationalized the various Postpaid Broadband Plans by adding more Speed/Bandwidth, more free calls in Combo Plans, and reduced Additional Usage charges after free Download/Upload to limited plans.

The Reformulation and Launch of New Unlimited Plan will be applicable on Pan India basis and effective from 1st February 2011.

According to our exclusive sources apart from the rationalization of various Broadband Plans, BSNL will  introduce new Unlimited Combo Plan at Rs.850. The plan offers Unlimited Download and Uploads with Bandwidth (Download Speed) 1 Mbps upto 8 GB, 256 Kbps beyond 8 GB. With this plan subscribers will get 350 Free Local Calls to any network with in the telecom circle.All other terms and conditions will be as per normal broadband plans.

BSNL has Wide range Postpaid Broadband Tariff plans starring from Rs.125 only. The operator also announced Waiver of Installation charges on promotional basis up to 31st March 2011 to all the prospective Broadband customers in all the Circles, except Goa, Chennai Telephones and any other SSA/Circle where this scheme already exists.

Details of Reformulation of existing Postpaid Broadband Plans and launch of a new Unlimited Broadband Plan-850 as follows :


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