BSNL Drops Rs 499 Bharat Fiber FTTH Plan

The Rs 499 Plan served as an entry level plan across multiple BSNL circles.

By June 30th, 2020 AT 10:48 AM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) on Tuesday dropped its Rs 499 Bharat Fiber plan across India. The Rs 499 plan dubbed as “100GB CUL” was introduced across India except for Andaman and Nicobar Islands in early 2020 with the plan initially said to be available till March 31. However, the operator extended the plan beyond its initial validity and offered it till June 29. The 100GB CUL plan served as an entry level plan in several circles across India including Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh along with multiple North East circles.

BSNL Removes 100GB CUL Plan Across India

The 100GB CUL plan enabled users to browse upto 20 Mbps speed till 100GB with the operator capping the speeds to 2 Mbps upon reaching the limit. Further, BSNL enabled users on the 100GB CUL plan to make unlimited local and STD calls to any network across India.

It has to be noted that BSNL offers two other Rs 499 plans restricted to specific circles across India including 300GB Plan CS337 and Bharat Fiber 10GB CS334 plans.

The 300GB Plan CS337 enables users to browse upto 40 Mbps speed till 300GB with the operator capping the speeds to 1 Mbps beyond 300GB. Similar to most other BSNL plans, the 300GB Plan CS337 offers users to make unlimited calls to any network across India.

Meanwhile, the Bharat Fiber 10GB CS334 plan enables users to browse up to 30 Mbps speed till 10GB per day with the operator capping the speeds to 1 Mbps upon reaching the limit. BSNL offers unlimited local and STD calls to users subscribed to the Bharat Fiber 10GB CS334 plan.

The 300GB Plan CS337 is available in specific circles including Kolkata, Sikkim, Rajasthan and West Bengal while the Bharat Fiber 10GB CS334 plan is restricted to Bihar circle. With the operator dropping the 100GB CUL plan, the 300GB Plan CS337 and the Bharat Fiber 10GB CS334 plan serves as an entry level plan in the respective circles.

BSNL 4GB CUL Plan Now Serves as Entry Level Pack

In the majority of the BSNL circles, the operator has now positioned the 4GB CUL plan as an entry level pack. The 4GB CUL also known as 4GB CUL – Bharat Fiber plan enables users to browse at 10 Mbps speed till 4GB per day and at 2Mbps beyond the 4GB limit. The 4GB CUL is priced at Rs 599 and also enables users to make unlimited calls across India. The 4GB CUL plan serves as an entry level pack in Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and several North East circles.

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saket
saket

Is it still worth to go for BSNL fiber
reason 1) BSNL has handed over fiber installation and maintain ce with third party, which is less relainble in most cases
2) other private partties other than those who took franchisee to connect subsciber to BSNL server are sometimes cheaper or faster or more relianble.

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Arena

Bsnl is writing its own doomsday.! Forget gaining more revenue, they will be loosing everything. 4gb per day at 599 pm is costlier than wireless 4g data. These r doomed to fail. Only way for BSNL to keep making money is by offering 10mbps 500gb at 499. Wrt copper lines, speed is dedicated & not variable. Now private orgs offering 400gb for 499 that to 50mbps is norm for local ISPs. Airtel base pack starts at 100mbps. With 10mbps& no ott & other services like rest, BSNL will loose very big. Also govt lowered isp broadband charges to 1re/year. Bsnl… Read more »

Ravindra Dave
Ravindra Dave

Does copper wire landline support BSNL broadband plan of 24Mbps 35GB CUL. ? I have opted for that and I only get my old 10Mbps rated plan speed of max 7.7 Mbps. though I have to pay Rs 1600 more per month . Am I being taken for a ride by BSNL ?

Ashok
Ashok

@Ravindra dave
Copper wire does not support more than 10 Mbps speed practically depending on distance. If BSNL exchange allotted higher speed in dslam port you feel frequent disconnection in your service. VDSL service can support upto 20 Mbps within 2KM radius. Best is fiber connection. In fiber connection you will get the assured speed and reliable service. Fiber plans also very cheaper compared to daily data limit dsl plans.

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