BSNL Launches new Postpaid Broadband plan ‘BBG Combo 7500 CS262’ and revised download speed upto 4Mbps for existing Broadband plans

bsnl launched FTTH broadband plan 7500 in andaman nicobar islands
High-speed internet service provider BSNL has announced the launch of new Monthly rental Combo Broadband plan and revised the existing Broadband postpaid plans bandwidth for Broadband users under Broadband services.

State run Telecom Company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) extending its network and services across the country competing with private telecom players launches new Fixed Monthly Rental (FMC) Broadband plan ‘BBG Combo 7500 CS262’ which offers 4Mbps speed data usage till 225GB and Unlimited voice calls to any network @ 7500 monthly rental across Andaman and Nicobar Telecom Circle.

As per latest information, BSNL competent authority enhanced the existing FMC Broadband plans download speed from 2Mbps to 4Mbps following fair usage policy (FUP). Under this new Broadband postpaid plan 7500 offers, 4MBps bandwidth (download speed) upto 4Mbps till 225GB thereafter data usage limited to 512Kbps with monthly rental charges of Rs.7500 per month. In addition users will also get another benefit of Unlimited free voice calls to any network between 10:30PM to 06:00AM with in India. However, BSNL will collect one month FMC charges against Security deposit.

Enhanced existing Broadband download speed details
The existing Postpaid Broadband plans ranging from Rs.350 to 5000 are available in Andaman and Nicobar circle offering download limit from 2GB to 125GB with download speed from 2Mbps to 4Mbs. Customer should note that beyond monthly free data usage download speed is restricted to 512Kbps. 

Since, all the DSL broadband plans are available on FTTH with same tariff, above plans shall also be available on FTTH with same bsnltariff according to the 43rd Amendment of TRAI instructions/guidelines from time to time.

All other terms and conditions will remain the same.

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