Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has removed the Rs 329 entry-level broadband plan from several districts and cities that used to offer this plan to them. The Rs 329 plan was a nice touch from the state-run telecom company, which offered consumers something very affordable to look forward to if they didn’t want anything more. But now, this plan is no longer available to many users. TelecomTalk has been widely vetted and is now only available in six departments in India. These districts are – Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Telangana, Uttarakhand and Lakshadweep Utah. It is noticeable that most of the circles here are in South India. Let’s see what the Rs 329 plan comes with and what will be the next alternative for users if they can’t buy this plan anymore.
BSNL broadband plan details Rs 329
The Rs 329 broadband plan from BSNL comes with an internet speed of up to 20Mbps and up to 1000GB of data. Speed drops to 2 Mbps after FUP data consumption ends. Users also get unlimited voice calls at 90% discount of up to 500 rupees on the first month bill.
The next variant of this plan is the Rs 399 plan. But it’s also only available in select places until July 28th. This plan offers 30Mbps speed with 1000GB FUP data, hence the other benefits are the same as those of the 329 rupees plan.
For most users, BSNL’s entry-level broadband plan is Rs 449. This plan provides users with a speed of 30Mbps plus 3300GB or 3.3TB of monthly FUP data. There is a voice calling feature included with this plan as well. BSNL also offers a 90% discount of up to 500 rupees on the first month bill with this plan.
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