Latest Tariff BSNL Fibre Unlimited Broadband Plans under FTTH Service

 

BSNL Fibre brings New Broadband Unlimited Plans for Home as well as Business users.

India’s Telecom backbone and High-Class Fibre Broadband service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) have manipulated the existing plans and has come up with 4 new types of Fibre Broadband plans. BSNL has reduced tariff of existing Fibre Broadband plans by 80%. Customers can enjoy Internet with speed upto 100Mbps with BSNL Fibre.

Latest BSNL Fibre Unlimited Broadband Plans FTTH

Customers can have access to Internet all the time through Fibre cable with fault free services by just installing CPE at home called Home Optical Network Termination (HONT).

Previously BSNL was offering 10Mbps unlimited data plan for Rs. 13,999 per month. With launch of new Fibre to the Home (FTTH) Unlimited Broadband Plans (Fibro ULD 3999, Fibro ULD 5999, Fibro ULD 9999, Fibro ULD 16999), it will only cost you Rs. 3,999 per month. That’s almost 80% reduction.

 

See below for detailed information regarding BSNL Fibre Unlimited Broadband Plans:

BSNL Fibre to the Home (FTTH) new Broadband Unlimited Plans and Tariff

Particulars

Fibro ULD3999

Fibro ULD 5999

Fibro ULD 9999

Fibro ULD 16999

Bandwidth (Download Speed)

Upto 10 Mbps till 50 GB, 512Kbps beyond

Upto 20 Mbps till 100 GB, 512Kbps beyond

Upto 50 Mbps till 150 GB, upto 1 Mbps beyond

Upto 100 Mbps till 200 GB, upto 2Mbps beyond

Applicability

All Users (Home and Business)

Fixed Monthly Charges (Rs)

3,999

5,999

9,999

16,999

1 Year Payment Option Rs.[11 x FMC]

43,989

65,989

109,989

186,989

2 Years Payment OptionRs. [21 x FMC]

83,979

125,979

209,979

356,979

3 Years Payment Option Rs.[30 x FMC]

119,970

179,970

299,970

509,970

DL/UL Limit (GB)
per month

Unlimited

Free E-mail IDs/Space (Per E- mail ID)

4/5 MB

Static IP Address
(On Request)

One Free

Security Deposit (Rs.)

One month FMC

Minimum Hire Period

One Month

DL – Download, UL – Unlimited.

 

Please note that new Fibre Broadband Unlimited Plans are applicable for all Home and Business users. Also note that Fibre Broadband Unlimited plan Fibro ULD 16,999 will offer speed of 100Mbps which is equivalent to 4G services in India.

 

These newly launched BSNL Fibre Broadband unlimited plans under FTTH services shall effective from 1st September 2013 in all the BSNL circles.

You can apply for Broadband Connection for All BSNL Broadband Plans using their online facility. Apply Online for BSNL Broadband Connection  or you can simply visit nearest BSNL Exchange Office.

17 thoughts on “Latest Tariff BSNL Fibre Unlimited Broadband Plans under FTTH Service”

  1. Mind the details please 🙂

    The previous plans were truly unlimited. These are with a FUP. For example 512kbps beyond 50GB for the 10Mbps plan — the same speed as you would get from a DSL connection at only 800Rs/month.

    Also, please don’t compare 4G wireless to a FTTH product. Delay is much less, and mainly, the bandwidth is not shared with “everyone else who are currently using it”. Just look at 3G in India, totally useless in cities, because everyone are using it now. My prediction is, 4G will be the same.

    That said: a FTTH connection for 3999,-/month is definitely good news. My colleagues in Esbjerg (Denmark) have 100mbps (no FUP) for 3500,-/month and the colleagues in Kyoto (Japan) have 100mbps (no FUP) for 1400,-/month. Maybe I will get the “cheap” 10mbps now, when it hits 2000,-/month I am sure I will get it! 🙂

    BR,

    1. Thanks for your comment Vijay P. India is developing country. I know how you feel when citizens of other countries are offered high-speed Internet at cheaper rates. I hope within next 10yrs we’ll have same scenario here in India. Let’s hope for the best.

      1. Don’t get me wrong please. The FTTH offer is great by Indian standards 🙂 Assuming they get everything right, the FTTH offer will mean a very reliable and low delay connection. My main point was that it’s not comparable to 4G, and that it has a FUP.

        FUPs are sad here in India, but, not really BSNL’s fault, see: http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012-08-19/news/33262531_1_cable-project-new-cable-internet-access (“cheapest” international traffic fee is 150000$/year in India, and $1200/year in Singapore). The real crooks here are Tata and Bharti.

        1. Yeah Vijay bro I understand. But still its a great move by BSNL. Let’s appreciate it! Nothing is truly unlimited in India 😉

          Thanks for your comment. 🙂

    1. I think pricing is OK. Just remove the FUPs 🙂 (i.e. 650 for 1Mbps I consider a good offer, just crappy that it get capped to half after 8GB).

      1. Hey Ayush , you seem to be a pro man! Pls suggest me a good bsnl plan type under like 1300 per month with good speed. Area – Noida .

        1. Hey if you are just looking for broadband, why don’t you look for private ISP. You’ll find much better speed with data limits.

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