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BSNL Broadband to offer new Advance Rental Plans with more discount

ishan_kkr

Journeyman
BSNL announced reduction in their BSNL monthly rentals.. Upto 75%... But, it's been about 2 months since I read that article in d n.paper... But, whenever u enquire the local exchange, they have got an ever-ready reply.. "We don't know anything".. :)
 

niceboy

Hosting Specialist
BSNL announced reduction in their BSNL monthly rentals.. Upto 75%... But, it's been about 2 months since I read that article in d n.paper... But, whenever u enquire the local exchange, they have got an ever-ready reply.. "We don't know anything".. :)

Most of them have completed their engineering/diploma in 1960's and struggling to be updated with newer technologies.
 

Ramakrishnan

The Researcher
many of u who complain should experience these so called MNC's plans. Vodafone is offering 3G at an atronomical cost of Rs.850/- pm for a download limit of 3 GB and promises u 23 MB/ps speed. /what u actually get is not even 2mb per second and that also at selected places. I have experienced many such companies and their empty promises and according to my experience BSNL is offering the best broadband plans as on today. I am their die hard fan. If they come up with any discounted plans, I would definitely take it.
 

Skud

Super Moderator
Staff member
As far as rates and speeds go, BSNL is the best. If only their support services were just up to mark...
 

nims11

BIOS Terminator
As far as rates and speeds go, BSNL is the best. If only their support services were just up to mark...

right. i used to get 250 KBps with BSNL but it didnt work 15 days a month due to my shitty local exchange. last month, when it didnt work throughout the whole month, dad got it removed and now i have MTS Mblaze in which i get 50KBps speed but atleast it works 24x7
 

azzu

AJJU
many of u who complain should experience these so called MNC's plans.I have experienced many such companies and their empty promises
Beam telecom is offering 1mbps at 600rs/mo (20 gb FUp , after that 786 kbps)
not bad at all
and according to my experience BSNL is offering the best broadband plans as on today. I am their die hard fan. If they come up with any discounted plans, I would definitely take it.

iam a big fan of BSNL too bt u cant quote all the ISP's are bad comment with one experience u had (or many others as u stated)
 

coderunknown

Retired Forum Mod
why all these beam telecom type operator not available in NE. here we have some shitty amtron that demands more, offers less. only BSNL works here but still will never go for annual plans. BB only works for 15days before the wire gets loose.
 

ajayritik

Technomancer
many of u who complain should experience these so called MNC's plans. Vodafone is offering 3G at an atronomical cost of Rs.850/- pm for a download limit of 3 GB and promises u 23 MB/ps speed. /what u actually get is not even 2mb per second and that also at selected places. I have experienced many such companies and their empty promises and according to my experience BSNL is offering the best broadband plans as on today. I am their die hard fan. If they come up with any discounted plans, I would definitely take it.

Are your views about BSNL restricted to 3 G only or is it in general BB Services that they offer.
 

abhinav_sinha

Journeyman
Trouble with such offers is that by 2012-2013, everybody else would be using faster upgraded plans while BSNL can still provide crappy 2011 level speeds to those who paid in advance saying they got what they paid for :lol:
I don't agree totally. You see I have the BSNL 750UL plan and BY UL THEY MEAN UL. Also the connection when I started to use was 256kbps one. Later on when they made 256kbps UL connection available to the customers on 500 plan they automatically upgraded me to 512kbps plan i.e if BSNL makes any change in the bandwidth allocation in any plan irrespective of the payment mode it does to everyone who has taken it.
Does 'BB Home Combo UL 750' require a land line connection? Anyone having any idea...
I do. The land line is required but don't worry about any rental. Its rental free, No free calls, 512kbps connection and in the bill you get 750+10%service charge+2%education cess+1% Higher education cess totaling about Rs 850 which you will be asked to pay. Though if you take the connection on the name of a person who is/was a Govt Employee and can produce necessary documents as asked they would give 20% rebate. Thus 750-150=600+taxes= Rs 680 around if no calls are made through the land line.
 
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ajayritik

Technomancer
Does 'BB Home Combo UL 750' require a land line connection? Anyone having any idea...

As the name combo suggests it's supposed to have both landline and broadband connection. However I think BSNL is offering stand alone internet connection for the same speed as offered by 750 Plan.

I did'nt get you when you say without landline. Are you saying you don't have a telephone connection i.e landline and would want only internet? I don't think it's possible.
 

MatchBoxx

the m0nk who sold his PC!
Actually doesnt know anything. Half of people dont know they even have Broadband services :rofl:

hahaha! So damn true! Most people call it "NET Connection"!
:rofl:

And when you enquire about what kind of net connection they have, you get a silly lame reply! :p
 

nathan

Right off the assembly line
Well if u want to say who is the best service provider----then u have to take into consideration many things...like...
1) Speed
2) Charges
3) Availability of service

If u take into account these factors then u can say that....
As far as the speed is concerned ....BSNL provides speed up to 2 MBPS...So they are offering very good speed..The downloading Speed will very good..(If u use DAP then yr downloading speed will be much more better..)

From cost point to view too ...BSNL offers good service...In 250 rupees u will a get a connection....with a restriction of 2MB download..

BSNL. For just Rs.500 a month, you get 2.5 GB download + upload limit plus unlimited night download (2:00 - 8:00 AM). For Rs.900, you get unlimited download + upload. The speed is also high, upto 2 mbps for 500 plan and upto 8 mbps for 900-plan.

BSNL - the government owned ISP. It is much more better in all aspects than any other private ISP. It starts minimum with the transfer rate of 2Mbps which is 10 times faster than any other private broadband connections.

 
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