As informed earlier, BSNL Broadband Speed has been increased to a minimum of 4Mbps from 2Mbps across the country starting May 1. The state-run telecom operator is India’s leading wired broadband service provider and the speed upgrade comes at no cost to its consumers.Minimum BSNL broadband speed increased to 4Mbps.
The speed hike comes for plans which have Fixed Monthly Charges(FMC) of Rs 675 and above. Apart from the increase in minimum speed, BSNL is also increasing the FUP high-speed data limit by up to 250% for many plans. For instance, the revised high-speed data with the 20 GB plan will now be 70 GB which sums up to a 250% hike as reported by ET.
The plans are not reflected on the BSNL portal as of now, but they will soon be updated. The BSNL Customer service centers or call center can be reached at 1800-345-1500 for new connections and updated BSNL broadband speed.
BSNL is offering amazing starter plans for new subscribers offering Unlimited Broadband at Rs 249. The plan offers 300 GB broadband data at 2 Mbps till the daily data limit of 10 GB is reached. After exhaustion of 10GB, the subscribers will still get unlimited internet access at 1 Mbps. This plan also offers unlimited calls to any number in the country from 9 pm to 7 am.
BSNL is the only operator offering 10GB per day plan under Wired Broadband service provider in the country.