EXCLUSIVE: BSNL to Upgrade its FUP Speed Limit Across India from 256Kbps to 512Kbps Starting June 1st 2014

Finally BSNL has decided to upgrade its FUP bandwidth from 256Kbps to 512Kbps and beyond starting June 1st 2014 in all BSNL circles. As of now BSNL will be upgrading its FUP speed limit in 11 Plans as per the internal official release.

The much widely used BSNL plan BBG Combo ULD 1800 plan which usually use to offer 2Mbps till 40GB and 256 Kbps beyond will now offer as per the revised bandwidth plan will come with 2Mbps till 40GB and 512Kbps beyond.

As of now BSNL will be upgrading its speed limit beyond FUP on the below following plans .

BSNL Broadband Plans with Revised FUP Speed Limit To 512Kbps

1. BB Home ULD 525
2. BB Home Combo ULD 650
3. BB Home Combo ULD 1800
4. BBG Combo ULD 2250
5. BB CSC ULD 999
6. Flexi General Combo Plan 500
7. Flexi General Combo Plan 750
8. Flexi General Combo Plan 1000
9. Flexi General Combo Plan 1250
10.Flexi General Combo Plan 1500
11.BB Home ULD 540 CS23 ( In BLR TD)

BSNL New Revised FUP 512 Kbps Plan Details


BSNL has also hiked its FMC of 2 unlimited broadband plans for its existing and new broadband customers for BB Home ULD 525 and BB Home Combo ULD 650 plans which will be now cost Rs 545 and 675 respectively .

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November 27, 2014 6:51 pm 6:51 PM

guys i got it what is the meaning of 512 Kbps flat no more 6gb only you will get 62kbps BSNL trick business policy

Aahna Verma
September 11, 2014 1:43 am 1:43 AM

Due to persistent hike in mobile data plans, i am now thinking about installing BSNL broadband. I want to know that in 512 kbps link speed what will be average download speed (KB/s) ?

September 22, 2014 1:14 pm 1:14 PM

I admire your courage in thinking of getting BSNL broadband, lol. Hope the services are better in Chandigarh. I’ve been through hell using BSNL. If you just have to surf then I guess 512 kbps is okay. Any time you have to work out the actual download speed, just divide the Kbps speed by 8.

September 22, 2014 12:33 pm 12:33 PM

The download speed would hover around 60 kB/s.

August 4, 2014 8:53 am 8:53 AM

Due to removal of free night I changed from BSNL Combo 500 to UL675. But in my selfcare portal it is showing ULD(differential)675 and not UL(unltd). Will I get 512kbps flat or only 512kbps for 5GB and then reduce to 256kbps. BSNL emplyoees also confused. Clarify please