BSNL is all set to charge more for your unlimited broadband connections from 1-3-2013, yes the BSNL have revised FMC (Fixed monthly charges) of almost all popular unlimited broadband plans. They have hiked the FMC from Rs 25 to Rs 750, i.e. if you are using BB Home ULD 499 which has FMC of Rs 499, now you will be charged FMC of Rs 525 for this plan.
The most popular plan BB Home combo ULD 625 will now by costly by Rs 25 i.e. the revised FMC will be Rs 650 for this plan. Under this plan user get 100 on-net call free and telephone rent (FMC) is included in the FMC of the broadband plan.
The other popular plan BB Home combo ULD 850 will now by costly by Rs 50 i.e. the revised FMC will be Rs 900 for this plan. Under this plan user get 350 on-net call free and telephone rent (FMC) is included in the FMC of the broadband plan.
BSNL is the only operator which offers true unlimited plans for landline customers only otherwise many other operators like Airtel, Tikons, Reliance etc are also offering broadband service in select cities and they are offering limited usage plan only. For example, Airtel is charging Rs 1299 for just 15GB with a download speed of 8mbps and freebies of voice call worth Rs 1000.
Those who opt for annual payment option, you can pay 10 moths FMC in advance and get enjoy two months broadband free. If you pay for 18 months FMC in advance, you will get 6 months broadband free and if you pay FMC of two year, you can enjoy third year free.
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