27 September 2012

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BSNL Broadband Plan & Tariff for Hon'ble MP Connections

BSNL has released a consolidated tariff in respect of Landline /Broadband facilities provided by BSNL to Hon’ble MPs (L/S & R/S) After Consequent upon switching over to BSNL CDR billing system and to have a uniform tariff, 

Charges for Modem, Installation and Security Deposit waived off from these two BB Plans for the Hon’ble Members of Parliament, No discount shall be applicable for these plans, and these revision will be effective from 01-September-2012(BSNL 12th Formation Day) in all the BSNL Circles as follows.

BB MP ULD 1500
BB MP ULD 1000
Bandwidth (Download Speed) 2 Mbps upto 30 GB beyond 512 Kbps 1 Mbps Flat
Applicability Hon’ble Members of Parliament. Hon’ble Members of Parliament.
BB connection under this Plan to be provided on any of the two Telephone connections working in the service area of BSNL for an MP, only if, the Broadband facility for which charges are payable by Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha Sectt. is not already availed by the MP against telephones provided by MTNL at Delhi / Mumbai.
BB connection under this Plan to be provided to MPs on any of the two Telephone connections working in the service area of BSNL.
Fixed Monthly Charges Rs. 1500/-
(payable by Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha Sectt.)
Rs. 833/- (payable by Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha Sectt. by adjustment against the value of 10,000 calls per annum surrendered by Hon’ble MP from allotted free call quota of 1,50,000 calls against all telephones).
Annual Payment Option NA NA
Telephone FMC in Rs. Rs 195 195
Free Calls NIL NIL
MCU charges/ pulse in Rs. Rs 1/- Rs 1/-
DL/UL Limit (MB/GB) per month Unlimited Unlimited
AdditionalCharges/MB beyond free limit (Rs) NA NA
Free E-mail IDs/Space 2/5 MB 1/5 MB
Static IP (On Request) NA NA
S.D for Broadband NIL NIL

The rates indicated are exclusive of Service Tax, which will be charged extra as per prevailing tariff.

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