BSNL launches new ‘affordable’ broadband plan, these benefits will be available

BSNL has launched a new fiber basic plus broadband plan of Rs 599, the information of which has been revealed in the latest report. This plan provides up to 3300 GB of data per month at speeds up to 60Mbps. BSNL’s Fiber Basic Plus plan is available across the country except Andaman and Nicobar, where fiber-to-home (FTTH) is available. Under this plan, customers can make local to STD calls on any unlimited network. Apart from this, BSNL has also extended the fiber basic plan of Rs 499 to other circles.

Information about BSNL’s new plan has been given by Kerala Telecom Info. However, this latest plan is not currently listed on the official website of BSNL. The Fiber Basic Plus plan will be available for Rs 599 per month, in which customers will get speeds of 60Mbps up to 3300 GB. At the same time, as soon as the data limit is over, this date speed will reduce to 2Mbps. This plan is available for all new and old customers in the country.

It seems that the new Fiber Basic Plus plan will not be available as a long-term package. To use it, you have to use the monthly offer. According to the report, the Fiber Plus plan will be available from November 14.

Apart from this, BSNL’s fiber basic plan of Rs 499 has also been made available in other circles of the country, leaving only Andaman and Nicobar islands. Earlier this plan was available only in limited cities. According to the report, this plan will also be available to all new and old BSNL customers. In this plan 3300 GB data is received in 30Mbps speed, after the limit is over, this speed will be reduced to 2Mbps. However, the price of Rs 499 will be applicable only for the first six months. It has been said in the report that after this, customers will automatically shift to the Fiber Basic Plus plan of Rs 599. Customers will be informed about this in advance.

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