In an effort to compete with JioGigaFiber’s upcoming cheaper data service, State-run operator BSNL has announced a modification of its broadband data plan catalogue which changes the data capping across as much as 14 plans that range from Rs 249 to Rs 2,295. As part of the update, the new plans will offer as much as three times the data that will be capped under the FUP limit. Here’s a look at all the plans that have been upgraded to feature higher FUPs than last month’s.
BSNL Broadband plans for less than Rs 500:
Starting off with the cheapest plan, BSNL’s Rs 249 Broadband plan now offers 5Mbps data speeds for up to 15GB, all the way up from 5GB after which the speed is limited. There’s a BSNL BBG Combo ULD 499 plan which now offers 8Mbps data speeds for up to 25GB. Both these plans will have post FUP speeds of 1Mbps.
BSNL Broadband plans for under Rs 1,000:
The revised Rs 549 plan now offers 30GB data per month with 8Mbps data speeds which will get down to 1Mbps one a user is over his data capping. Other plans include the BBG Combo ULD 675, BBG Combo ULD 795 and the BBG Combo ULD 845 which offer 35GB, 45GB and 50GB respectively. Both the BBG Combo ULD 949 and BBG Combo 999 will be offering 70GB per month at 10Mbps like other plans and will have a post FUP speed of 2Mbps.
BSNL Broadband plans over Rs 1,000:
There are four broadband plans that BSNL offers from Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,500, the first of which comes at Rs 1199 and offers up to 80GB data per month. The BBG ULD 1275 and BBG ULD 1495 offer 120GB and 140GB FUP limit every month. All three above mentioned plans offer data speeds of 10Mbps till the user gets past their FUP capping. The most expensive plan comes with the BBG ULD 2295 which offers a 200GB data per month at a higher 24Mbps data speeds.
All these changes are effective immediately and will come with free voice calling throughout the country.