Both JioFiber and Airtel Xstream Fiber continue presenting new broadband plans for their users. Presently, the government-owned telecommunications organization BSNL is all set to introduce another Fiber Basic Plus plan to draw the attention of users. The Fiber Basic Plus plan will be available at Rs. 599 and will take on the Airtel Xstream Fiber plan currently available at Rs. 499.
First noted by Telecom Talk, the new BSNL broadband plan called Fiber Basic Plus plan offers 60Mbps up to 3300GB data. The plan accompanies unlimited data benefits for users. After the users exhaust the month to month FUP limit, the speed will be decreased to 2Mbps. Not only this, there is no restriction on how much users can download or transfer at 2Mbps speed after reaching the limit of FUP.
For extra advantages, BSNL has combined unlimited calling with its new Fiber Basic Plus plan. Users who pick the new broadband plan will get 24 hours of unlimited calling to all networks inside India.
Starting at now, users can just decide on a month to month membership. BSNL didn’t launch the Fiber Basic Plus plan in long term packages. For accessibility, the Fiber Basic Plus arrangement will be launched over all the circles where BSNL is offering Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) services. Obviously, the new BSNL broadband plan won’t be accessible in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The BSNL Fiber Basic Plus plan will start from November 11, 2020.
Moreover, alongside the Rs. 599 broadband plan, the Internet Service Provider (ISP) additionally updated the Fiber Basic plan at a price of Rs. 449. BSNL Fiber Basic plan will be accessible over all the circles aside from Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The entry-level broadband plan from BSNL offers 30Mbps accelerates to 3.3TB to users.
On Tuesday, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) delivered another report sharing the database subscribers of telecommunication service providers in August month 2020. As per the report, BSNL lost 10,000 broadband users in a single month. The organization enlisted 7.85 million users in August while the administrator in the earlier month enrolled 7.86 million broadband users.