According to a report, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched three new DSL broadband plans. The plan includes Rs. 299 rupees. 399 and rupees. All the 555 options have speeds of 10Mbps and will start rolling out on March 1. Due to the DSL broadband plan, they provide slower speeds than BSNL’s Bharat Fiber plan. They have FUP limits of 100GB, 200GB, and 500GB respectively, after which users can continue to browse the Web at a much lower speed.
According to a TelecomTalk report, Rs. BSNL’s 299 broadband plan is called 100GB CUL, and as the name suggests, it provides 100GB of high-speed data at a speed of 10Mbps. After exhausting 100GB of data, the speed drops to 2Mbps. The report pointed out that the plan can only be used for six months, after which users will be migrated to Rs. 399 plan. According to reports, all circles except Andaman and Nicobar can use it.
The new Rs is called 200GB CUL. 399 plans to provide 200GB of high-speed data at a speed of 10Mbps, and after reaching the FUP limit, the speed will be reduced to 2Mbps. Finally, the new rupees. The 555 DSL broadband plan provides 500GB of data at a speed of 10Mbps, which will drop to 2Mbps when the limit is reached.
All three plans offer unlimited calling discounts, and users must pay a deposit of Rs 500 for Rs. 299 and Rs. 399 plans. The report added Rs. 299 and Rs. Both new and existing users can use the 555 DSL broadband plan. In addition, BSNL provides some plans for 5.5 months, 10.5 months, 20.5 months and 30.5 months. As mentioned earlier, these three plans will take effect from March 1.
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