BSNL Broadband Rs 777 Plan Makes a Comeback With 500GB Data and Other Benefits

One of the most popular BSNL Broadband offerings is the Rs 777 plan, and now the telco is shipping it again for the subscribers albeit with a small catch

Highlights
  • BSNL Rs 777 broadband plan is also known as the 500GB CUL plan
  • This plan ships 500GB data per month at 50 Mbps speed
  • The subscribers will be able to use the plan for 6 months

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has received a revival package from the government, and now the telecom operator is back on its track to launch new consumer-centric offerings. The broadband industry in India is one of the most active ones right now, with new plan launches, offerings and more. However, while taking a look at the broadband industry in India, most subscribers fail to see that BSNL is the topmost telecom operator in the country with the most massive broadband network spread all across the country. Some of the BSNL broadband plans are also one of the most attractive plans in the market as well. Now, one of the most attractive broadband plans in the BSNL roster is the Rs 777 broadband plan. A few months back, BSNL had withdrawn this plan, and the consumers were not happy about it much. However, since then, the telecom operator has debuted this plan for a limited period a couple of times. Once again, the Rs 777 broadband plan is back available for the subscribers and under this plan, they will be able to enjoy some attractive benefits. Here is what you need to know about the Rs 777 BSNL Broadband plan.

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BSNL Rs 777 Broadband Plan Benefits and Offer Details

Speaking about the benefits of this plan, the subscribers should keep in mind that the Rs 777 broadband plan by BSNL will come with 50 Mbps speed and the data limit in this plan is 500GB per month. After the exhaustion of the FUP limit, the subscribers will experience a speed of 2 Mbps. Not only this, but the subscribers also get free unlimited calls to all networks anywhere in India. But, since this plan is under an offer from BSNL, there is a catch with this plan too. Currently, the Rs 777 broadband plan is only valid for new BSNL Broadband users in India.

Things You Must Know About Rs 777 Broadband Plan

BSNL has noted that the Rs 777 broadband plan will be valid for six months only. So, the subscribers opting for the Rs 777 broadband plan should keep in mind that after the subscription period of 6 months, they will be shifted to the 600GB CUL plan by BSNL Broadband. Now for the subscribers who opt for the Rs 777 Broadband plan, it is also worth noting that the 600GB CUL broadband plan comes with a monthly rental of Rs 999.

Rs 999 Broadband Plan Benefits

In the Rs 999 broadband plan, or popularly known as the 600GB CUL broadband plan, the subscribers will experience 80 Mbps speed and the total data limit per month would be 600GB per month. After the exhaustion of the FUP limit, the speed would be throttled down to 2 Mbps. The unlimited calling benefit of 24 hours, to any network across India, remains intact in this BSNL Broadband plan as well.

Other BSNL Broadband Plan Options

The Rs 777 broadband plan will only be live for 6 months only, and after that, the subscribers will automatically be shifted to the Rs 999 broadband plan. However, there are other choices as well for the BSNL broadband subscribers. The BSNL broadband customers can also opt for the Rs 1,299 broadband plan from the operator, which offers even more speed of 100 Mbps and 800GB monthly data along with the unlimited calling feature. The after-FUP speed on this plan also remains 2 Mpps. For more data, the subscribers can also opt for the Rs 1,699 broadband plan as well, which offers the same 100 Mbps speed, but the data limit gets extended 1100GB per month along with 2 Mbps after-FUP speed and unlimited calling benefit. Further up the BSNL broadband roster, there are various plans like Rs 1,999, Rs 2,999 and Rs 4,999 which offers 1400GB, 2000GB and 3500GB per month data to the subscribers. The unlimited calling feature remains on all of these plans.

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80% of the b_s_nl locations are connected by copper lines which supports max to max 16mbps speed over adsl connection, moreover bcoz of the no maintenance of those copper lines they are just providing 2-4mbps, bsnl exchange is less than a km from my location but they are providing only 2mbps max in my locality , they use to provide 8mbps in 2016 but bcoz of no maintenance, The copper line quality got bad and people started experiencing frequent disconnection to which they started offering only 2mbps speed even if you have a high speed plan.

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