MTNL Mumbai Launches True Unlimited ECONOMY INTERNET Plan for Rs.299

By September 2nd, 2013 AT 12:53 PM

Mumbai’s number one Broadband and telecom service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today launched  Unlimited ECONOMY INTERNET Plan for Rs.299 per month under its Narrow- Band (Internet at 256Kbps Speed) promotional scheme for low-end customers.

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MTNL’s ‘Narrow Band’ UNLIMITED ECONOMY INTERNET Plan comes at monthly rental of Rs.299, provides true unlimited Internet access with downloading & uploading speed  upto 256 Kbps.

 MTNL Narrow Plan

Apart from above  Narrow- Band  plan,  MTNL offering various Broadband plans including 1Mbps and 2 Mbps True Unlimited Broadband and Xpress Broadband Plans starting from Rs.450 and 10 Mbps FTTH and VDSL Unlimited Broadband plans (with FUP on Speed) starting from Rs.790 per month in Mumbai circle.

For more details on MTNL Broadband dial 1500 (toll free from MTNL) or 022-22221500.

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Deshpande
Deshpande

MTNL least interested in development of consumer base. Not interested in fast infra structure development. Non cooperative staff attitude !!

suresh
suresh

Good plan indeed, details of processing not clear , perticularly regarding portability from other agencies like tata docomo etc.

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