By Bandhan.P.Singh : Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has decided to give some relief to its Broadband customers from the rising inflation. BSNL has announced restructuring of its existing Postpaid Broadband Plans and launch of a new Unlimited Plan BBG Combo ULD 850. Alongwith this BSNL also announced that it will not offer some of its existing plans to its new subscribers.
Here are the complete details of all the Broadband Plans :
Details of New Unlimited General Combo Broadband Plan BBG Combo ULD 850
BSNL revised the “Additional Usage charges after free Download/Upload” for existing Broadband Plans as follows bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-2
BSNL revised the bandwidth of few existing unlimited Broadband Plans as follows: bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-3
The following Postpaid Broadband Plans shall henceforth be applicable to All Users. bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-4
BSNL revised the “Night Unlimited (02:00 Hrs to 08:00 Hrs)” feature for few existing limited Broadband plans as follows:-bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-5
BSNL revised “MCU charges per pulse” for few existing Unlimited Combo Broadband plans as follows:bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-7
BSNL revised “Download/upload limit (GB) per month” for few existing limited Broadband plans as follows:bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-8
BSNL revised Broadband “FMC” and “Annual payment option” for BBG Super Speed Combo 9999 plan as follows:bsnl-broadband-jan-2011-9
BSNL also changed the “Nomenclature” of different Broadband plans due to revision in ‘Bandwidth/Night unlimited feature/Applicability/FMC etc. as follows:
BSNL will not be offering to its new customers some of its plans which includes BBG 125, BB FN 500, BB Combo 650, BBG Combo 749, BBG Combo 850, BBG Combo 1500, BBG Combo 3500, BBG Speed Combo 4500 and BB Home Combo ULD 1400
All the new and revised plans will be applicable from 1st February 2011.