Fiber Broadband Plans from BSNL will end soon

Two fibre broadband plans offered by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) in the nation will shortly be discontinued. In addition to providing entry-level benefits, the two plans we’re discussing are also quite reasonably priced. On the occasion of the nation’s 75th Independence Day, BSNL unveiled these proposals. One of the biggest internet service providers (ISPs) in the nation, BSNL has a presence in both metropolitan and rural regions. Two excellent options from BSNL’s fibre broadband portfolio will shortly be discontinued. 

Each of the broadband options costs Rs 275. The two plans are equally priced but have somewhat different perks. The first package provides 30 Mbps speed with up to 3300GB of data, while the second provides 60 Mbps with the same amount of data. Internet speed for consumers lowers to 2 Mbps once their fair use policy (FUP) data has been used up. Users are eligible for a free fixed-line voice calling connection with both subscriptions. Keep in mind that if consumers want to use the voice-calling connection, they will need to pay for the voice-calling device themselves. Furthermore, both of these plans have a 75-day validity period. 

As previously stated, these programmes are only offered for a little time. Beginning on November 15, BSNL will no longer make this offer. Get these plans before that date if you want them or you won’t be able to use them.

With these plans, BSNL doesn’t provide any OTT perks. Please take note that GST is not included in the pricing listed above.