BSNL launches new unlimited fibre broadband plans 3999, 5999, 9999 and 16999 for all Home and Business users across India. All new FTTH plans come with unlimited downloading/uploading and flexible monthly and yearly payments option so that customers will get uninterrupted service across the validity.
BSNL FiBro ULD 3999 plan comes with monthly rental of Rs 3999 where subscribers will get 50GB data allowed to be consumed with 10mbps speed and beyond at 512kbps up to last date of activation.
BSNL FiBro ULD 5999 plan comes with monthly charge of Rs 5999, activation of the broadband plan will offers 100GB data download or upload at 50Mbps speed and beyond at 512kbps.
BSNL FiBro ULD 9999 plan will charge Rs 9999 for monthly usage and users will get 150GB data along with sky-high speed of 50Mbps, post 150GB usage speed will be 1Mbps with unlimited download and upload.
With the activation of BSNL FiBro ULD 16999 plan worth Rs 16,999 as monthly charge, Fibre broadband users will get 200GB data with rocket-speed of 100Mbps, post usage speed will be limited at just 2Mbps with unlimited downloading and uploading benefit.
BSNL has added affordable monthly and annual, 2 years, 3 years options. Four fibre broadband plans also offers 4 email ID5MB space/ID) and one free static IP.
Let's check in Full details
BSNL fibre broadband plans
FiBro ULD 3999
FiBro ULD 5999
FiBro ULD 9999
FiBro ULD 16999
|Bandwidth (Download Speed)|
Up to 10 Mbps till 50GB,
512 kbps beyond
Up to 20 Mbps till 100GB,
512 kbps beyond
Up to 50 Mbps till 150GB,
1 Mbps beyond
Up to 100 Mbps till 200GB,
2 Mbps beyond
|Fixed Monthly charges (Rs)|
|Annual payment option (Rs) [11XFMC]|
|Two Years payment option (Rs) [21XFMC]|
|Three Years payment option (Rs) [30XFMC]|
|Download/Upload limit (GB/month)|
|Free E mail IDs/Space (per E-mail ID)|
|Static IP address (on request)|
|Security deposit (Rs.)|
One month FMC
|Minimum hire period|
BSNL new FTTH broadband plans will be available from date of 1.9.2013 for all Home and Business users. Download the list of FTTH supported cities.