BSNL has revised its Fixed Monthly Charge (FMC) for Broadband and Landline plans across India. Now BSNL customers have to pay more in case they apply for Annual, Two years or Three years payments system.
Recent tariff hike has also effect in Broadband and LandLine service.
BSNL has announced to increase the number of months in annual or two years or three years payment system. Now it became mandatory for BSNL WireLine users to pay more if they opt for Advance payment option.
Earlier BSNL subscribers had to pay for 10 months in Annual payment option but now it is increased to 11 months applicable for both LandLine & BroadBand plans.
BSNL has made a big changes in two years and three years payment, there is huge difference in previous and current plans in terms of the number of months in these FMC option.
In Two years and three years payment option subscribers had to just for 18 months and 24 months respectively applicable for Broadband only (previously), Now both the Land line and Broadband users have to pay for 21 months and 30 months respectively.
BSNL New FMC for Annual, Two years and three years payment
The advance payment of Fixed Monthly Charges (FMC) option for Broadband and Landline plans will be effective from the date of 1st April 2013.