You think life's unfair cause the guy in the other block has a blue box which gives him the power of unlimited browsing from Airtel and you got bloody nothing cause.....lets just say that Airtel has so many broadband users that it has no interest in expanding its services as fast as you want it to be. Then...a ray of hope.Bsnl to the rescue.Introduces unlimited plans even to the people who cant spell AIRTEL.But last week i uncoverd the dirty skeleton BSNL was hiding in its dusty closets under its torn files.Picture this... I applied for Home 900 UL plan.I get a demand note for it with the following :1) Security Deposit- 984(Please do note that by law you cannot put tax on security and i have an extra 84 here and i have no frickin idea how it was calculated cause the service tax is calculated at 12.24% now. I am trying to get this rectified.) 2) Advance Rental - 9003) Service Tax Demand Notes - 99(This also here doesnt makes any sense.) Now many of you guyz who love the "simple life" and are a big fan of the "simple workings", would be brainstorming on why the heck is this dude puttin another 900 bucks in the bill.The advance rental is ok but why the heck is that security? The tariff said that advance rental was the security.....so why ????Well guyz time to taste the bitter pills.....this unexplained 900 security is a new addition from the Hyderabad Office Of BSNL. A total of 1983 Rs right off my pocket.....And oh yeah did i mention that i am going to get the bill at the end of my first month of use.So even the advance rental is just a jumbling of words.They will jab you with 900+900 as security and will jab you again with 900+ tax at the end of your very first month.So technically this is what i am "investing" in BSNL for life:Security deposit of my telephone - 800Security deposit for my broadband - 900+984=1884 A sum of 2684 of security straight in the pockets of BSNL guyz.And lets face it most of the Indian lines belong to BSNL and that security which we all paid for our telephones are as good as gone cause we aint gonna dump BSNL anytime soon.The same thing goes for BSNL broadband.When it goes unlimited...its there for life. And yeah....there is news for Home 900+ UL users also.Though you werent charged the extra 900 when your demand note was served but the BSNL guyz are urging the HQ to put it in your next bills.So dont be surprised if you get a 1800 + tax and other stuff included in your next bill.And since we are talin about flaws...be aware of the fact of throttling or lower speeds.BSNL is binding phone lines and there is a chance speed might run slower the unlimited way......or might start runnin slow after a particular length of download is reached.Who Knows>?PS: Please do note that the above is what i went through when i was trying to get my 900 Ul plan in the Chandigarh Telephone Exchange.Experience Or Billing might be different in your areas.....but frankly i doubt it. Bsnl will stay the same everywhere.Cocky And STubborn.