MTNL Delhi revises FTTH plans offers up to 50 Mbps pre FUP and up to 5 Mbps post FUP plans

By February 21st, 2016 AT 8:23 AM

State owned Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. has revised its FTTH plans in Delhi circle and now offers 4 plans with pre FUP speeds ranging from 10 Mbps to 50 Mbps and post FUP speeds ranging from 1 Mbps to 5 Mbps.


The plans are offered with monthly or quarterly payment options. There is a one time installation fee of Rs.1250 which is non refundable but can be waived off if the subscriber opts for a quarterly plan for which he would pay in advance at the beginning of each quarter.

The details of the revised plans are given below. (Taxes extra)












(Download Speed)

10 Mbps upto fair usage limit 1 Mbps afterward 20 Mbps upto fair usage limit 2 Mbps afterward 20 Mbps upto fair usage limit

2 Mbps afterward

50 Mbps upto fair usage limit

5 Mbps afterward


Fair Usage Limit 25 GB total data usage (download + upload) 45 GB total data usage

(download + upload)

80 GB total data usage (download + upload) 200 GB total data usage (download + upload)



Free fixed IP









Pool of 4 IP’s


Fixed Monthly service charges***(Rs)










Quarterly service Charges option (Rs.)










The ONT device which works as the modem and sits in between the fiber cable and the router (subscriber owned) has a security deposit of 1000 which is fully refundable. Also the pre FUP upload speeds in the above plans is 10% of the download speeds.

Inputs : Aditya

Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He is passionate about Telecom, DTH and OTT video streaming apps. When not writing an article, you can find him binge watching shows on Netflix while sipping on a cup of coffee.

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There is reason to believe that the state sponsored MTNL has deliberately incompetent babus with their blinkers on determined to run the company to the ground. Talk on any 1500 number with a bored lady to realise how disinterested they are though they are so close to shutting down. There is another school of thought that the best executives are poached on by private telecom companies and those who stay are the duds anyway.


MTNL is so behind times. A decent Netflix Connection which streams HD Content for your full HD connection takes 4-5 GB per hour. Thus the pland do not cater for these. A 4K Netflix Connection takes 6-8 GB per hour. Simply put, a 80 GB plan is useless for anyone using Netflix (available now in India) or Amazon or Hulu (expected shortly). In other words you have to download movies from “pirate sites”, if you want to live in India because MTNL Executives cannot understand the need for bandwidth. A 10 Mbps connection with 200 GB would be ideal for… Read more »

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As far as I am aware MTNL Triband Delhi does not even have the option of buying additional a GB after the FUP has been breached. MTNL Triband Mumbai and BSNL Broadband offers to all its customers this option of a top-up of datab akin to Airtel Smart Bytes. This option is the smallest concession that MTNL in Delhi can provide and they should have no issues since the user will eventually have to pay for the additional data purchased. Compared to MTNL in Mumbai, MTNL in Delhi seems to be living in the past decade.

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