BSNL’s upcoming broadband plans start at Rs 349 per month and offer up to 8Mbps speeds

By Digit NewsDesk | Updated 26 Jun 2019
BSNL’s upcoming broadband plans start at Rs 349 per month and offer up to 8Mbps speeds
  • Three new broadband plans from BSNL will soon be available.
  • The plans start at Rs 349 per month and offer up to 8Mbps speeds.
  • These new plans will be available from July 1.

As the possible commercial launch of Jio GigaFiber service nears, rival internet providers seem to be revamping their offerings. BSNL is also adding some new plans to its broadband service that will offer up to 3GB of daily data with speeds of up to 8Mbps. The state-run telco will soon unveil three new plans that are aimed at consumers who do not require high data volume but relatively good speeds at a lower price. The new plans are priced at Rs 349, Rs 399 and Rs 499, and they will be available in all circles, except Andaman and Nicobar. 

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The Rs 349 plan is called ‘2GB BSNL CUL’ and it offers bandwidth of up to 8Mbps till 2 GB data per day, beyond which the user get speeds of up to 1Mbps. There are also some voice benefits with the plan like unlimited free calls to any network between 10:30 PM and 6am everyday, and on all Sundays. Additionally, one can place free calls worth Rs 600 to any network and calling any BSNL connection is free as well. The Rs 399 pack is called ‘2GB CUL’ and similar to the Rs 349 plan, it offers speeds of up to 8Mbps till 2GB per day and upto 1Mbps after that. However, there are no voice restrictions on this plan and one can place unlimited calls to any network. 

Coming to the Rs 499 pack, it is denoted by 3GB CUL it delivers 8 Mbps speed till 3GB data is used up. After the limit, one will get to access the internet at speeds of up to 1Mbps. Similar to the Rs 399 plan, there are no restrictions on voice calling with this plan and one can place a call on any network at any time. As mentioned earlier, these three new plans will be available for everyone, except users in Andaman and Nicobar, from July 1. 

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