MTNL Launches Unlimited Broadband “Trial Plan” Just For Rs.50

By June 8th, 2011 AT 12:13 PM

Leading Broadband service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today announced the launch of an exciting Unlimited Broadband Trial Plan just for Rs.50 for its prospective subscribers in Delhi telecom circle.

With the industry’s first-ever Trial offer, MTNL providing True Unlimited Broadband Access (Downloads and Uploads) with 320 Kbps Speed at mere price of Rs.50 per month. However after the Trial period customer has to opt / choose any regular Broadband plan as their needs and suitability within one month to continue the Broadband service.

MTNL’s Trial Plan 50’ will be available for land-line customers only. There is No CPE /Modem Rental any Registration charges for the customer who opt the Trial Plan.

MTNL’s Promotional Broadband ‘Trial Plan 50’ In Details :

Plan NameTrial Plan 50
Initial charges ( Installation/testing charges)Rs. 50/-
ValidityOne month
Download speed320 Kbps
Usages chargesFREE Unlimited usage for one month
CPE /Modem  RentalFREE
Registration ChargesNIL
Modem security / Upfront chargesNIL
Note : 

  1. This plan is meant for landline customers only.
  2. Customer accepting the trial offer has to opt / choose any regular broadband plan within one month to continue the broadband service.
  3. This offered plan will be discontinued after one month of installation.
  4. This scheme is implemented for 90 days and valid till 30 August 2011

guest
16 Comments
newest
oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Recent Posts

Reliance Jio to Eye New Growth Engines Says Analysts

Reliance Jio, the largest wireless operator in India is set to eye “new growth engines” as its subscriber additions “continue...

OnePlus Buds Z Steven Harrington Edition Launched in India, Check Price

OnePlus has just launched OnePlus Buds Z Steven Harrington edition truly wireless stereo (TWS) earphones in India. The earbuds are...

BSNL and MTNL Merger Won’t be Beneficial or Feasible

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) might not merge anytime soon. In a recent meeting,...