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BSNL offers free Amazon Prime for broadband plans below Rs 499

BSNL is providing a 15 percent cashback on broadband plans below Rs 499 including FTTH, DSL and BBoWiFi. In addition to the cashback scheme, users opting for plans under Rs 499 will now get Amazon Prime membership worth Rs 999, if they stick to the same plan for a whole year.

BSNL has revised its budget broadband offerings with free membership of Amazon Prime. New and existing BSNL broadband users will now be able to enjoy Amazon Prime membership for 12 months for free by opting for plans below Rs 499.

The state-run operator has upgraded cashback offers on some of its broadband plans with the inclusion of Amazon Prime subscription, reports TelecomTalk. BSNL is providing a 15 percent cashback on broadband plans below Rs 499 including FTTH, DSL and BBoWiFi. In addition to the cashback scheme, users opting for plans under Rs 499 will now get Amazon Prime membership worth Rs 999.

The catch is that in order to access the one-year subscription to Amazon Prime, broadband users will have to stick to the same plan for a whole year. Besides the 15 percent cashback on broadband plans below Rs 499, users will also get 20 percent and 25 percent cashbacks when choosing for yearly broadband plans above Rs 499 and Rs 900 respectively.

Along with the benefits offered to broadband users, non-broadband landline users will also be able to get unto 15 percent cashback upon choosing for yearly plans. However, these users won’t be able to access any Amazon Prime membership.

With Amazon Prime, users will be able to avail streaming through Amazon Prime Music and Prime Video as well as free shipping of various items listed on Amazon.

BSNL first introduced free subscription on Amazon Prime membership last year when it partnered with Amazon offering the free subscription on select postpaid and broadband plans. The company later announced this year that the free one-year Amazon Prime subscription will be available for all FTTH broadband users in India.

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