BSNL to introduce highly competitive fiber broadband plans in Hyderabad

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BSNL has introduced promotional FTTH Broadband plans ‘Fibro Combo ULD 645 CS34 ’ and ‘Fibro Combo ULD 1045 CS35’ exclusively for Hyderabad telecom District of Andhra Pradesh Telecom Circle. The new promotional broadband plans will be available for  a period of 90 days from 21st December 2015.


Fibro Combo ULD 645 CS34 broadband plan offers 10Mbps speed up to 50GB and 1Mbps beyond 50GB. While Fibro Combo ULD 1045 offers 40Mbps speed upto 100GB and 4Mbps speed after 100GB limit. The combo plans also offer 30 and 60 free outgoing calls respectively and  Unlimited free outgoing calls between 9 PM to 7 AM to any network in India.

The details of both new plans are given in the table below:

S.No.ParticularsFibro    Combo    ULD645 CS34Fibro          ComboULD 1045 CS35
1Bandwidth (Download Speed)10 Mbps upto 50GB, 1

Mbps beyond

40 Mbps upto100GB, 4 Mbps beyond
2ApplicabilityAll users in Hyderabad TD of AP circle only
3Monthly Charges (Rs)6451045
4Half Yearly Payment Option (Rs.)35485748
5Annual Payment Option (Rs.)645010450
6Two Years Payment Option (Rs.)1161018810
7Download/Upload   Limit   (MB/   GB)   per monthUnlimitedUnlimited
8Additional Usage Charges/ MB beyond free download/upload limit (Rs)Not Applicable
9Free E-mail IDs/Space (Per E-mail ID)1/1 GB1/1 GB
10Static IP Address (On Request)NILNIL
11Security DepositOne Month chargesOne Month charges
12Minimum Hire PeriodOne MonthOne Month
13Telephone Fixed Monthly Charges in Rs.NILNIL
14Additional FacilityUnlimited free calls between 9 PM to 7 AMto any network in India
15Free Calls3060
16MCU Charges

/Pulse in Rs.

(To BSNL N/W after free calls)1.21.2
(To other N/W)1.21.2

BSNL has also provided an option for subscribing to long duration plan with 6 month, annual and biennial validity by paying the corresponding advance rentals. BSNL is providing 1 free e-mail id with each plan which comes with 1GB storage space. Interestingly, BSNL has directed the Hyderabad telephone exchanges to only offer the above plans in those locations/colonies of the Hyderabad telecom district where there is a matching competition from private broadband operators, so as to prevent loss of existing market share of subscribers.

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