Reliance Jio is yet to rollout its JioGigaFiber broadband service commercially, but telecommunications and broadband providers are already feeling warm. Ready for the competition, Telecom BSNL is restarting its broadband and FTTH (Fiber to the Home) plans. With the latest broadband plans, BSNL has introduced daily FUP limitations, where the lowest plan provides 1.5 GB daily data, and provides the highest daily data of 35 GB.
To celebrate the new year, BSNL is presenting a new scheme at the cost of Rs 675. Under this scheme, customers will get 5GB daily data at a speed of up to 10Mbps. Once daily limit hits, users can continue with unlimited data, but at a low speed of 2 Mbps. This scheme is available for new and existing broadband customers, except for Andaman and Nicobar.
With this plan, users get a free e-mail ID with 1 GB location. Apart from this, as a part of the scheme, customers get unlimited free local and national calling on any network in India. BSNL is giving you some exemption on paying annually.
Thinking of exciting plans? Then it’s time to grab the #5GB plan now. It is applicable for both existing & new #wifi customers. #ThursdayThunder #BSNL pic.twitter.com/l17oUZ7yW6
— BSNL India (@BSNLCorporate) January 10, 2019
Rs 675 per month for one year (12 months) turns into 8,100 rupees. But when you pay annually in a shot, you will only be charged Rs 6,750. This means, you pay for 10 months and get two months free. Another way of looking at this is that you save Rs 1,350.
For those who use a bit more data, they can provide 10GB and 15GB daily data on a plan of Rs 845 or Rs 999, respectively. Until FUP, this speed stays up to 10Mbps, and afterwards, it is thrown up to 2Mbps. The plans include unlimited local and national calling on any network in India.
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