BSNL to make changes to  prepaid plans

The government-run telecom company, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), has streamlined all of its prepaid plans. Once the FUP (fair-usage-policy) data limit has been met, the prepaid plans provided by the telecom would deliver a consistent speed. The speed for your data would be decreased to a uniform level once you have used the high-speed data that your prepaid plan promised you. If you use BSNL, you are aware that various plans come with various advantages. If you use prepaid service, you are probably extremely familiar with the speed drop that occurs once the FUP data has been used up.

All of BSNL’s prepaid programmes have been streamlined as of November 1, 2022. According to the new regulations, once prepaid consumers have used up all of their FUP data, their internet plan’s speed will drop to 40 Kbps. The modification is now reflected in every prepaid plan posted on the BSNL website. As of right now, BSNL will claim that all of its prepaid plans include unlimited data, with speed dropping to 40 Kbps when the daily data cap is reached.

For many BSNL prepaid customers, this might mark a significant change. The telco is working as quickly as it can to deploy 4G networks to subscribers.

According to the government, BSNL would introduce 4G to India by the beginning of 2023. Even BSNL India’s official Twitter account claimed that the installation of locally made 4G equipment would begin in late February or early March 2023. It will be interesting to watch whether or if India has to wait another time to experience BSNL’s in-house 4G network services.