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BSNL Launched Bharat Fiber Broadband Plan for Rs 1,999

BSNL Launched Bharat Fiber Broadband Plan for Rs 1,999
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Government telecom company BSNL has launched New Bharat Fiber Broadband Plan for Rs 1,999. This is a new combo plan available in limited circles. Telangana and Chennai circles are also available in these. This plan comes with FUP limit, which has a speed of 200 Mbps. After the FUP limit is over, its speed becomes 2Mbps. The code number of this new plan is CS55 and it comes with unlimited calling network across the country.

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RS 1,999 BHARAT FIBER BROADBAND PLAN: DETAILS

The CS55 Bharat Fiber Broadband Plan comes with a 1.5TB data limit. Its speed is 200Mbps. After the data limit is over, its speed will be reduced to 2Mbps. This is an unlimited plan and it does not have any updated downloaded limit. To avail this plan, users have to get a one-month security deposit. This plan can be purchased by visiting the BSNL website. Users can take this plan till 6 April 2020. This plan is a promotional offer. BSNL wants to compete with Reliance Jio's 500Mbps plan through this plan, in which 1.25TB data is being given.

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Old plan

Earlier, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) launched its 1Gbps broadband plan. This plan has been released at an initial price of Rs 2,990 and customers get 3TB (3000GB) data with FUP limit. The company has also released a Rs 4,990 plan with 1Gbps speed. In this plan, 6TB (6000GB) data will be available with FUP limit. However this data benefit is only for existing customers. In both these plans, the company is giving 4TB (4000GB) and 8TB (8000GB) monthly data respectively to new customers.

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New plan

The new broadband plan comes with unlimited voice calling. This free voice calling is valid on both mobile or landline numbers. According to the report, the offer is valid for only six months after the connection. Explain that this new 1Gbps plan of MTNL is valid only for Delhi Pradesh. However, the company offers un-service in Delhi as well as Mumbai. Currently, the company has not given any information about making this plan available in Mumbai.

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