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BSNL Revises Its Broadband Plan Portfolio To Take on JioGigaFiber and Airtel V-Fiber

State-owned telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced a war against the Airtel V-Fiber and upcoming JioGigaFiber. After the telecom war, it is now the home broadband segment that BSNL is targeting upon. The company has revamped its entire broadband plans portfolio to take on Airtel V-Fiber and the soon-to-roll-out JioGigaFiber.

According to the TelecomTalk report, BSNL has made some minor changes to its broadband plans priced between Rs 249 and Rs 2295 as part of this revamp. The company has extended the FUP limits for some plan while some have received faster download speeds.

There are total ten broadband plans under Rs 1000 from BSNL. BSNL has revised its Rs 249 plan to offer extended FUP limit with the plan. The BB249 plan now offers a 5 Mbps connection until 15GB instead of 5GB FUP limit. Second is the Rs 499 plan that now offers 8 Mbps speeds until 25GB. Third is Rs 545 broadband plan that offers 30GB of data per month. All the three plans offers a speed of 1Mbps once the FUP limit is reached.

The FUP limit for Rs 675, Rs 795, Rs 845, Rs 949, and Rs 999 have also been extended as part of the plan. The Rs 675 plan now offers 35GB of data at 10 Mbps speeds. The FUP for Rs 795 plan has also been increased to 45GB. The Rs 845 plan comes with 50GB FUP. The Rs 949 plan offers FUP 70GB per month and lastly the Rs 999 plan that offers a monthly FUP of 70GB. All these five plans offer 2Mbps speed once the FUP limit is reached.

There are four BSNL broadband plans between Rs 1000 and Rs 2500- Rs 1199, Rs 1275, Rs 1495 and Rs 2295 plans. The Rs 1,199 plan now offers a FUP of 80GB per month with speeds of 10 Mbps. BSNL has also revamped the Rs 1275, Rs 1,495 plans and Rs 2,295 to offer an FUP of 120GB, 140GB. and 200GB FUP respectively per month.

All the BSNL revised plans come with free voice calling benefits also. The changes will go live from September 1, 2018. – India Today


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