Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has revised its majority of broadband plans in India. The state-owned telecom operator has revised Bharat Fiber and ADSL plans with better benefits.
Starting with Bharat Fiber plans, the company has replaced Rs 777 plan with 600 GB CUL plan that comes with a price tag of Rs 849. The operator is now offering 600GB of data with internet speeds up to 50Mbps and once the limit is over, users can still surf the internet with 2Mbps speed. Next in line is Rs 3999 plan that earlier offers 50GB data per day at 100Mbps speed, now comes with a revised plan of Rs 4499 offering 55GB of data per day at the same internet speed. Both the plans still offer unlimited calling benefits.
Coming to the ADSL broadband plans, the company has replaced BB BSNL CUL Rs 299 plan with 2GB BSNL CUL Rs 349. The new plan offers 2GB of data per day with up to 8Mbps of download speed over the previous data of 1.5GB per day. Once the limit is over, users will get to surf the net with 1Mbps. The plan also offers Rs 600 worth off-net calls. The 3GB Plan of Rs 549 has been replaced with 4GB CUL Rs 599 plan that offers 4GB of data/day along with unlimited calls. The earlier plan offered 3GB of data per day along with with Rs 700 worth off-net calls.
Moving on, the company has replaced 5GB plan of Rs 675 with Rs 699 and it offers the same benefits including 5GB of data per day with up to 10Mbps download speeds and unlimited voice calling along with 2Mbps of speed when the limit is over. The Rs 845 plan has been replaced with Rs 899 plan. The updated plan offers 12GB of data per day against the 10GB/day offered earlier, at a download speed of up to 10Mbps.
The 25GB plan of Rs 1495 now comes with a revised price of Rs 1599 and it offers 25GB of data per day with up to 10Mbps speeds and it now comes with a 4Mbps speed once the data limit is over, against the 2Mbps speed offered earlier. The Rs 1745 and Rs 2295 plans have been replaced with Rs 1849 and Rs 2349 packs that offer 30GB of data per day with up to 16Mbps and 35GB of data per day with up to 24Mbps download speeds respectively. Both the plans now offer 4Mbps download speeds when the limit is over as compared to the 2Mbps offered earlier.