By | June 14, 2020
Explosive plan: 1400 GB data and unlimited calls, to the customers of this company 

Government telecom company BSNL has discontinued its 200Mbps Bharat Fiber plan. BSNL has now introduced a new plan with 1400GB or 1.4TB fair use policy (FUP) with 100Mbps speed. The company has made these changes in Chennai Circle. BSNL launched a 200Mbps speed plan in Chennai with Telangana Circle in January.

BSNL’s 100 Mbps speed plan
The new 100Mbps speed plan is named ‘Fibro Combo ULD 1999 CS 15’ by BSNL. In this plan users will get the benefit of 1400 GB or 1.4 TB data with 100 Mbps speed. The Fibro Combo ULD 1999 CS 15 is priced at Rs 1,999. After the limit of 1400 GB data, the speed will be reduced to 2Mbps. Apart from this, BSNL users can also make unlimited calling on any network across the country.

The Fibro Combo ULD 1999 CS 15 has previously been launched at the same price as the 200Mbps Fibro Combo ULD 1999 CS55 plan. Following this change on Friday, BSNL has now increased the speed limit of Bharat Fiber to a maximum of 100Mbps.

BSNL’s 33 GB plan
BSNL’s 33 GB plan also costs Rs 1,999. But this is not the price for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The BSNL 33GB plan offers 33GB of data per day and speeds of up to 100Mbps. After the 33 GB limit, the speed decreases to 4Mbps.

In Karnataka, BSNL is offering Fibro Combo ULD 1999 CS311 plan for Rs 1,999. The plan offers 1500 GB or 1.5 TB of data with a speed of 150 Mbps. The India Fiber Service was first launched in Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Polachi, Trichy and Vellore.

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