(Last Updated On: June 8, 2015)

Amidst growing competition among the broadband and wireless internet providers, BSNL has launched some new high-speed FTTH broadband plans for its subscribers in selected areas.

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These promotional broadband plans will be valid for 90 days and have different data benefits and subscription cost in different cities.

BSNL Promotional FTTH Plans For Bangalore & Karnataka Circle

Details BBG Super Speed ComboULD 1395

VDSL CS59

BBG Super Speed Combo ULD 1495 VDSL CS60 Fibro Combo ULD 3495 CS64
Download Speed (All plans have 512 Kbps post FUP speed) 16 Mbps up to 80 GB 24 Mbps up to 80 GB 100 Mbps up to 100 GB
Availability Karnataka circle Bangalore Telecom District Bangalore Telecom District
Month Charges (Rs.) 1,395 1,495 3,495
Annual Payment Option 15,345 16,445 38,445
Data Limit Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Minimum Hire Period One Month One Month One Month
Security Deposit One Month Rental One Month Rental One Month Rental

 

Another set of FTTH Broadband plans launched by BSNL are for Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, and Pune. More cities are likely to be added to this list in near future.

Details BBG Super Speed ComboULD 1645

VDSL CS63

BBG Super Speed Combo ULD 3645 VDSL CS64 Fibro Combo ULD 5995 CS25
Download Speed (All plans have 512 Kbps post FUP speed) 16 Mbps up to 35 GB 16 Mbps up to 175 GB 100 Mbps up to 100 GB
Month Charges (Rs.) 1,645 3,645 5,995
Annual Payment Option 18,095 40,095 65,945
Data Limit Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Minimum Hire Period One Month One Month One Month
Security Deposit One Month Rental One Month Rental One Month Rental

 

All of these plans will made available in their respective telecom circles from 10 June 2015. FTTH users can also avail the DSL and VDSL broadband plans on their connection by paying respective charges.

It is worth noting that even if BSNL has launched these high-speed FTTH plans, they are still very expensive and the fact that the post FUP speed is limited to 512 Kbps, is a deal-breaker for many. I don’t expect these plans to be a huge hit as they are launched only in the big cities having too many broadband providers. If BSNL can come out with some lower-tier 1 Mbps, 2 Mbps truly unlimited plans (no FUP) under Rs. 1,000 per month then only it will stand a chance against its competitors.

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