BSNL FTTH (Fibre to the Home) Services Unlimited Plans and Tariff

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India's National Telecom Backbone and best high speed internet access service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigham Limited(BSNL) has issued the Unlimited Plans which are more attractive with a choice to the customers opts for both Home and Business(Commercial) users under Fibre to the Home (FTTH) Services.
Fibre to the Home Unlimited Plans
FTTH Services is a unique technology in India with a fibre connectivity having unlimited bandwidth with the state of technology provides fixed access platform to deliver high speed broadband services from 256 Kbps to 100 Mbps. Customer has to choose any one of the following plans along with the payment of Installation/One Time Charges

Fibre to the Home (FTTH) - Latest Unlimited Plans and Tariff  from 01-09-2013
Particulars
Fibro ULD3999
Fibro ULD 5999 Fibro ULD 9999 Fibro ULD 16999
Bandwidth (Download Speed) Upto 10 Mbps till 50 GB, 512Kbps beyond Upto 20 Mbps till 100 GB, 512Kbps beyond Upto 50 Mbps till 150 GB, upto 1 Mbps beyond Upto 100 Mbps till 200 GB, upto 2Mbps beyond
Applicability All Users (Home and Business)
Fixed Monthly Charges (Rs) 3,999 5,999 9,999 16,999
1 Year Payment Option Rs.[11 x FMC] 43,989 65,989 109,989 186,989
2 Years Payment OptionRs. [21 x FMC] 83,979 125,979 209,979 356,979
3 Years Payment Option Rs.[30 x FMC] 119,970 179,970 299,970 509,970
DL/UL Limit (GB)
per month
Unlimited
Free E-mail IDs/Space (Per E- mail ID)4/5 MB
Static IP Address
(On Request)
One Free
Security Deposit (Rs.)One month FMC
Minimum Hire PeriodOne Month
DL - Download, UL - Unlimited.

Customer has to be paid the Intial/One Time Charges applicable at the time of application and the service tax as per actual is extra in all the above tariffs. The tariffs for MPLS VPN or Internet Leased Line offered through FTTH Services shall be governed by the existing tariffs for these services. Take a look about Fibre to the Home Services Available Cities.
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13 comments:

  1. since when this plans will be available in North East, Assam?

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  2. The charges are highly exhorbitant. A 1MBPS Plan Costs Rs 2999/- Only those who are rich enough can afford even the basic FTTH Plan.

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  3. charges are highly for 1mpbs plan....... reliance mpbs plan charge rs 550/- only

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  4. For Home user its tooo tooooo Costly, I don’t know what method/formula did they used to decide these rate.

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  5. tooo costly...pls introduce limited use plan for middle level customers

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  6. FTTH 100mbps plan in South Korea is given for just Rs2000($32)only... That is also country on same planet providing the internet at so affordable rates...

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  7. Now thats a high speed int but the cost is very high please do something isp we also want this new technology please please do something about the cost ..we all beg uu sir

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  8. Indeed BSNL plans are very costly. Peoples of Delhi and Mumbai are lucky as MTNL is providing FTTH connections at fraction of the rates of BSNL.

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  9. the new revised unlimited plan is nice. I can go for it.

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  10. Not ok, other country's are providing 2.5gbps to 100gbps at a fraction of the cost. also fibre's cab go up to 600gbps.
    so why only 1MBPS or 2MBPS are giving?

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  11. These rates are quite high compared to MTNL's FTTH rates in Mumbai and Delhi.
    http://mtnlmumbai.in/index.php/broadband-services/triband/fiber-to-the-home-ftth#fibre-unlimited-plans

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  12. too costly as per Indian economic . new technology is good for people but side by side people have to use that technology to make it success , this plan value in India for home is not useful 4k pm/50K py is not accountable in mass as well as average economic users in India. more than this speed with best service in Highly economic county service provider charge lest than this also. in UK sky for 46MBPS connection they charge £25 pm.

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  13. Plan for high speed is very costly compare with other country I thought because of monopoly goverment should think that internet is for education purpose plus business should modret.

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