BSNL converts its six FTTH broadband plans to offer daily data benefit: Everything you need to know
State-owned telecom operator BSNL has announced a series of changes and new launches within its broadband segment. The company recently announced its FTTH broadband service aka Bharat Fiber and now it has announced changes to its six FTTH broadband plans making them offer daily data benefit to subscribers. These plans can be purchased with the Bharat Fiber connection. These plans are priced at Rs 777, Rs 1277, Rs 3,999, Rs 5,999, Rs 9,999 and Rs 16, 999.
Starting with the Rs 777 broadband plan which was previously called BSNL Fibro Combo ULD 777 plan will now be called 18GB Plan. The plan now offers 18GB of data per day with speeds up to 50 Mbps and 2 Mbps upon exceeding the FUP. The plan costs Rs 777.
Second is the Rs 1,277 broadband plan. BSNL has renamed this plan from Fibro Combo ULD 1277 plan to 25GB Plan. It costs Rs 1,277 and offers 25GB data per day at 100 Mbps speeds, and 2Mbps upon reaching the FUP limit.
Third is the Fibro Combo ULD 3999 which is now called 50GB plan. It offers 50GB data per day at 100 Mbps speeds and 4 Mbps beyond the FUP limit. Plan costs Rs 3999.
Next is the Rs 9,999 broadband plan that offers 120GB data per day at 100 Mbps speeds and 8 Mbps beyond the FUP limit. The plan costs Rs 9,999.
There is lastly Rs 16,999 broadband plan that offers 170GB data per day at 100 Mbps speeds and 10 Mbps speeds after exhausting the FUP limit.
BSNL separately has also launched a Rs 2,499 FTTH broadband plan that offers 40GB data per day at 100 Mbps speeds and 2Mbps after the FUP limit. BSNL last year also changed many of its basic broadband plans to daily data offering plans.
Bharat Fiber: This is BSNL's FTTH service aiming to bring high-speed internet services using fiber optic straight away from the operator's switching equipment to your home. The company has already started taking bookings via its online portal. There is no activation cost or installation charge for the service. However, subscribers have to pay Rs 500 as one time security deposit for the Optical Network Terminal (ONT) which is refundable on returning the device in working condition.