BSNL Revises Prepaid DSL Broadband Tariffs

By July 25th, 2011 AT 2:43 PM

BSNL Revises Prepaid DSL Broadband TariffsIn order to make prepaid broadband more popular and affordable, leading state-run telecommunication operator BSNL has revised its prepaid broadband tariffs.

Now BSNL also provides rental option of ADSL modems and online recharge for prepaid broadband users for more convenience.

BSNL has also decided that to promote prepaid broadband, one free prepaid broadband account (zero installation charge and 100MB free usage with 90 day validity) will be provided to all the postpaid broadband customers in 5 SSAs (Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Trivendrum & Kolkata TD). This scheme will be available for 90 days w.e.f 1st August, 2011.

Revised prepaid broadband plans from BSNL (applicable w.e.f 01.08.2011) are given below:

Details of revision of prepaid broadband plans:

Additional Details:

RDB’s Verdict:

At the end of day, BSNL can not make a replacement of postpaid broadband with these prepaid plans which are ridiculously costly. 256Kbps unlimited costs Rs 499 on postpaid, on prepaid it’s Rs 1000; 512kbps unlimited plan costs Rs 750 on postpaid, on prepaid it is Rs 1400. I simply do not have idea that whom they are targeting with these plans. Is it rationalization of plans?

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U BSNL guys. every body in this country unsatisfying regarding u r broadband services. a customer cant think out of 512 kpbs in this country. look at the world. where 10 MBPS is starting 1960ts when all the world start watching color t.v. in India we have to pay radio license fee. this is really worst. BSNL wale jago. starting at least 6 MBPS connections. if u cant…. pls give licenses to private operators.


6000rs for 1Mbps unlimited…. its funny…
In a city like Hyderabad Beam cable gives 10Mbps unlimited with FUP for 1000rs…
check the difference ….

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