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BSNL Launches New Broadband Plans Starting At Rs.99 With Daily Data Benefits To Take on Jio GigaFiber

To counteract Jio’s launch of GigaFiber services, BSNL has launched four new broadband plans with a daily limit on data. These new plans do not fall under the telco’s Fiber-to-the-Home spectrum. With a maximum of 600GB data on offer, a user can choose from any one of the four new broadband plans from BSNL starting from Rs.99 before moving upwards to Rs.199, then Rs.299, and finally for Rs.399.

New Broadband Plans

BSNL has recently launched four new broadband plan starting from Rs.99 and then increasingly at Rs.199, Rs.299, and ending at Rs.399, which offer up to 600GB data per month. All the plans are offered a consistent speed of 20Mbps which drops down to 1Mbps when the FUP limit is crossed. The Rs.99 plan carries fewer benefits than its recently launched counterparts while the Rs.399 plan offers the maximum benefit of them all while providing highest FUP limit per month.

Like before, the new broadband plans also offer unlimited calls. Also, the new broadband plans have been introduced by BSNL pan India and can be opted by anyone who fall under BSNL’s operational circles, except for Andaman and Nicobar islands. The point to note is that the four new plans are promotional offers and not permanent plans. That means it’ll expire within 90 days of its introduction by BSNL.

BSNL Rs.99, 45GB BBG Combo ULD Plan

Out of the four new plans, this is the most affordable plan of all. At Rs.99, this broadband plan offers its subscriber 1.5GB of data with a FUP limit of 20 Mbps. The speed will drop to 1Mbps once the given FUP limit expires.

BSNL Rs.199, 150GB BBG Combo ULD Plan

For Rs.199, the user gets a total data of 150GB with a daily cap at 5GB of data, a FUP limit of 20 Mbps with 1 Mbps speed after the completion of the FUP limit.

BSNL Rs.299, 300 GB and Rs.399 600GB BBG Combo ULD Plan

For a per month rent of Rs.299 and Rs.399 respectively, BSNL offers its users 300GB and 600GB of data, restricted at 10GB and 20GB per day at a speed of 20MBps. Once the FUP limit is all used up, the user can still access the internet at a speed of 1Mbps before the original speed is restored at 12AM every day, till the validity of the plan. – My Smart Price

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