BSNL, the state-owned telecom company Bharat Sanchar Nigam, has launched its three new DSL broadband plans. All three are priced at Rs 299, Rs 399 and Rs 555. In all these plans, consumers will get data up to 10Mbps speed. At the same time, these broadband plans will be available to consumers from March 1. Let’s know in detail about these new broadband plans of BSNL.
BSNL’s Rs 299 broadband plan
The name of this plan of BSNL is 100GB CUL and it is available in all circles of the country except Andaman and Nicobar. In this plan, consumers will get 100GB of data at a speed of 10Mbps. Also, users will be able to make unlimited calling on any network. This broadband plan can be purchased for 6 months and these new users will have to make a security deposit of Rs 500.
BSNL’s Rs 399 broadband plan
The name of this plan of BSNL is 200GB CUL. In this plan, consumers will get 200GB of data at a speed of 10Mbps. Also, users will be able to make unlimited calling on any network. Users will have to subscribe to the plan for at least one month and will have to deposit Rs 500 for this.
BSNL’s Rs 555 broadband plan
Consumers will get 500GB of data at a speed of 10Mbps in this broadband plan. Also, an unlimited calling facility will be provided to users. This plan can be subscribed to for a long period. At the same time, this plan is available for existing and new users.
The central government had recently made a big statement about the 5G network. According to the government, it is not possible to rollout 5G in the country this year. It can begin in India as early as 2022. According to the report of the parliamentary panel, another spectrum auction is to be held after the next 6 months. Only then will 5G be rolled out in India by next year. The parliamentary panel report may shock the plans of Reliance CEO Mukesh Ambani.
Earlier Mukesh Ambani had said that Jio will launch the 5G service in India by the second half of 2021. According to Ambani’s statement, Jio will be at the forefront of the 5G service. At the same time, the 5G service has also been successfully tested on a commercial network in Hyderabad by Airtel this year. Telecom companies Airtel and Jio have completed preparations for 5G. These two companies are just waiting for the approval of the government.