So that BSNL Broadband bill may not surprise you !

| March 10, 2014 | 3 Comments

bsnl_bb2In past few months, BSNL is busy in raising tariffs, first the company raised the Fixed Monthly Charge (FMC) of Landline telephones, then company hiked the FMC of few Broadband plans and now this time, the company is all set to give one more shock to those customers, who are using Broadband services of the company and taken the ADSL/VDSL  Modem from the company on rent.

BSNL today announced to enhance the rent of ADSL and VDSL modems for all its existing customers as well as for new customers in all telecom circles effective from billing cycle staring 1-April, 2014.

As per order of BSNL, rents for ADSL/ VDSL Modems have been enhanced almost two to three times as of existing rents as shown in below exclusive screenshot.bsnl_adsl_rent

If you search the market, you may find the ADSL/VDSL modems at even lower rates as compared BSNL.

The BSNL sells ADSL/ VDSL modems at the rates as shown below.bsnl_adsl_rates

BSNL doesn’t publicize it and you may also not get intimation from BSNL till you receive next Broadband bill so this post will let you know about the hiked tariffs and you may not be surprised to see your next BSNL Broadband bill.

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  1. Dr Sandeep Patil says:

    The Landline customers of BSNL are already going down ( as per TRAI report ) and I think the company wants more to go by increasing FMC, closing all attractive plans like Annual 1200 (pay 10 months and use 12 months ), YNA, FLPP etc. Now the broadband customers will definately go. Other companies are attracting customers and what BSNL doing? BSNL must think.

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