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BSNL increased FUP limits of several Broadband plans (from July 10, 2017) Details inside

Discussion in 'BSNL Broadband' started by aatuif, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. aatuif

    aatuif the geek in chief
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  2. Sai

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    BBG Combo ULD 1199 with 4Mbps 50GB FUP+2Mbps Post FUP & 24X7 unlimited landline calling is sheer VFM for those who don't have access to private ISPs.
     
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  3. xmen360

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    I am on 1199 plan and my plan shows as this in their FUP page -
    Base-HS-I-H-4MB-40GB-1MB-M

    So its 4mbps till 40 GB and then what 1mbps ?? :p
     
  4. Sai

    Sai Well-Known Member
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    I can definitely say that post FUP speeds are 2Mbps on BBG Combo ULD 1199. Checked connection at my farm house today.
     
  5. aatuif

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    xmen360 The usage portal page does show 1 Mbps post-FUP speed for plans of 675-1199. It will be updated in due course. The actual speeds, however, are 2 Mbps. Rest assured.
     
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    Bsnl should make 4mbps post fup speed for all plans
     
  7. Soham Pal

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    Sad that they're not updating the higher volume plans.
    Airtel has better pricing on higher volume (80 GB+) plans than BSNL now. :(