According to the report by TelecomTalk, BSNL’s Rs 299 broadband plan is named 100GB CUL and as the name suggests, 100GB data is received in this plan at a speed of 10Mbps. At the same time, after the 100 GB limit is over, the speed of this data decreases to 2Mbps. The report says that the plan will be available only for 6 months, after which the users will be shifted to the plan of Rs 399. It will be available in all circles except Andaman and Nicobar.
The 200GB CUL is priced at Rs 399, in which 200GB data is received at the speed of 10Mbps, while, after the limit of 200GB is over, the speed of this data decreases to 2Mbps. In the end, 500GB of data is received at a speed of 10Mbps in DSL broadband of 500 rupees, while the speed of data decreases to 2Mbps after the 500 GB limit is exhausted.
All three plans come with unlimited calling benefits and users will have to deposit a security deposit of up to Rs 500 for a plan of Rs 299 and Rs 399. The report also said that the Rs 299 and 555 DSL broadband plans are available to both new and existing customers. Apart from this, BSNL offers some of its plans for 5.5 months, 10.5 months, 20.5 months and 30.5 months. As we said, all these three plans are going to go live from March 1.
For the latest tech news, smartphone reviews and exclusive offers on popular mobiles, download the Gadgets 360 Android app and follow us on Google News.