Yes!! what you heard is correct unlimited bsnl broadband plans at ₹99 but there is catch here you will be getting daily limits like jio. If you didn’t use your daily data vanishes at end of the day. State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is said that introduced four new broadband plans that offer daily data limit, and a speed of up to 20Mbps.
These plans are reportedly been launched on a promotional basis, and are only applicable only for new users, as BSNL has launched these as starter packs to lure new subscribers.
These non-FTTH BSNL plans start at Rs. 99 and go all the way up to Rs. 399, with data benefit ranging from 45GB per month to 600GB per month.
The new BBG ULD Combo broadband monthly plans, BSNL said to offer 20Mbps of speed still the prescribed FUP against that plan, and once you cross that limit, you get to access Internet at 1Mbps, reports Telecom Talk.
BSNL also offer unlimited voice calling to any network in the country. These broadband plans are reportedly available in India, except for Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
For starters, there is a new BBG Combo ULD 45GB plan that is said to come with 1.5GB data benefit per day. The FUP limit applies to all plans.
The BSNL BBG Combo ULD 150GB Plan is said to come at a price of Rs. 199 and offers 5GB of data per day.
The BSNL BBG Combo ULD 300GB Plan is said to come at a price of Rs. 299 and offers 10GB of data per day.
The BSNL BBG Combo ULD 600GB Plan is said to come at a price of Rs. 399 and offers 20GB of data per day.
ULD 300GB & ULD 600GB plans offers 20Mbps speeds, after which the speed will dial down to 1Mbps. The speed is said to be restored at 12am midnight every day.
With these plans, BSNL is also offering one free email ID and 1GB of storage space. As mentioned it’s a promotional offer valid only for 90 days, and after six months of enjoying these plans, users will have to migrate to one of the existing plans that BSNL offers. Also, a deposit of Rs. 500 will have to be paid by new users, the report adds. BSNL recently also revamped its fibre broadband (FTTH) offerings to take on the upcomingrival Jio Fiber.
BSNL had doubled the FUP data for three of its FTTH plans. It refreshed three fibre broadband plans, worth Rs. 1,045, Rs. 1,395, and Rs. 1,895 to offer more data up to200GB. Earlier this month, BSNL has also extended its Free Sunday Calls offer for landlineand broadband users.
They even announced a Family Plan that offers a broadband connection of up to 10Mbps speed and on top of it, user can group three BSNL prepaid connections to get 1GB of data per day for the validity period.