BSNL reformulates Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Broadband Plans across all telecom circles from 1st March 2021 onwards

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KERALA
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BSNL FTTH
Revised Plans -
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Bangalore
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BSNL FTTH
Any idea if Fiber Value, Premium and Ultra plans will continue along with these revised old plans or will they migrate those users as well?
 
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Why are they hellbent on continuing these plethora of plans ,just give 4 -5 plans .
Also for god sake ,stop fiddling with fup limits.
They will never learn.
If they discontinue ,fiber basic plus ,the 599 one and ,fiber value 799 ,they will loose many customers.
Just streamline the plans ,instead of making 20 useless ones with different fup limits.
idiots
 
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NA
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Act Fibernet
So many plans. WTF!

BSNL needs to hire the Tariffs Plans approving guy from Airtel/Jio/ACT. 5-6 Plans are more than enough.

1. Also, what is the purpose of these plans which costs 100 rupees less for 6 months?
2. Why are the Fiber speeds restricted to 300Mbps, It should be up to 1Gbps!
 


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Karnataka
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▪️ BSNL Fiber(Direct)
▪️ (Jio Airtel) 4G
There are not able to deliver 100 Mbps in my area , you are expecting too much from a company like this . The Backbone should also support . Many Tata routes are congested at peak times , BSNL does not want to peer at multiple places . And 500 Mbps is more than enough in whatever use case scenario you are in for a home with 4-6 users
 
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Bsnl
What can we expect from them I remember they were the first one to stupidly implement daily fup on broadband plans, don't know which idiot approves Bsnl wireline plans.
 
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Tamilnadu - Nilgiris
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BSNL FTTH
There are not able to deliver 100 Mbps in my area , you are expecting too much from a company like this . The Backbone should also support . Many Tata routes are congested at peak times , BSNL does not want to peer at multiple places . And 500 Mbps is more than enough in whatever use case scenario you are in for a home with 4-6 users
Exactly. I get DSL like speeds on BSNL recently . BSNL is the only ISP where you probably need to downgrade your plan so that you can match the speeds with one of the existing plans (in some areas).