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Calling & OTT subscription with high speed internet data at just Rs 599, BSNL launches new plan

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Calling & OTT subscription with high speed internet data at just Rs 599, BSNL launches new plan

BSNL is constantly lagging behind in the competition for customer growth. Along with wireless, the company’s broadband subscriber base is also declining. 4G and 5G could not come up with facilities. For this reason BSNL offers new plans from time to time to attract new users. Recently the telco has launched two plans for its Bharat Fiber broadband customers which are – Fiber Basic OTT Plan and Fiber Basic Super Plan.

BSNL’s launched Fiber Basic OTT plan is priced at Rs 599 and offers 75 Mbps internet speed. And Fiber Basic Super Plan is priced at Rs 699, here users will get 125 Mbps internet speed. Let’s know in detail about these two broadband plans launched under Bharat Fiber by BSNL.

BSNL Fiber Basic OTT Plan

In this plan of BSNL, users can enjoy 4000 GB data at 75 Mbps speed by spending Rs 599 per month. After exceeding this data limit as per FAP policy, users can use internet at 4 Mbps speed.

As an additional benefit, it also comes with Disney Plus Hotstar Super Plan and unlimited calling facilities. Note that this plan is available for new and old customers of all circles of the telco.

BSNL’s Fiber Basic Super Plan

As mentioned earlier, the price of this BSNL plan is Rs 699. And with this, users will get the opportunity to use the Internet at a speed of 125 Mbps. Here users will get 4000 GB data every month, which will come down to 8 Mbps after exceeding its limit.

Again users will get an opportunity to activate the OTT service through add-on packs along with unlimited calling facility.

Incidentally, along with the launch of these two plans, the company has discontinued several other plans. However, customers who have already recharged the discontinued plan will be automatically migrated to the new plan after April 1st.

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