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As Per Recently Announced Information.villages.Plans for 300 Mbps Internet from BSNL, Jio, and Airtel are compared.

BSNL, Jio, and Airtel offer different 300 Mbps plans with different benefits, so it’s important to compare them to find the best plan.

Announced. villages. The government owned BSNL Bharat Fibre, one of the biggest ISPs in the nation, offers a 300 Mbps package, which is also the most expensive one the telco has to offer. The cost of the plan is Rs 1,799 per month. Users can access the internet at a speed of 300 Mbps up to the 4000GB data cap, after which the connection’s speed drops to 15 Mbps.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited), Jio, and Airtel all have a variety of high-speed broadband options available for its customers.
  • The 300 Mbps plans offered by all three ISPs are nearly comparable, or at least it may appear that way at first glance given that each one of them has rather unique plan advantages.
  • To determine which ISP offers the best plan, let’s take a deeper look at the 300 Mbps plans provided by BSNL, Jio, and Airtel, as well as the supplementary features.

Announced. villages. BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited), Jio, and Airtel all have a variety of high-speed broadband plans available for its customers. Particularly, the 300 Mbps plan from each of the three ISPs is nearly comparable, or at least it may appear to be so at first glance given that each ISP offers a variety of distinct plan benefits. To determine which ISP offers the best plan, let’s take a deeper look at the 300 Mbps plans provided by BSNL, Jio, and Airtel, as well as the supplementary features.

BSNL’s 300 Mbps Plan

The government owned BSNL Bharat Fibre, one of the biggest ISPs in the nation, offers a 300 Mbps package, which is also the most expensive one the telco has to offer. The cost of the plan is Rs 1,799 per month. Users may access internet at a speed of 300 Mbps up to the 4000GB data cap, after which the connection’s speed drops to 15 Mbps. Unlimited local and STD calls are included in the package, along with unlimited internet download. With this BSNL package, you get free access to Disney+ Hotstar, Sony LIV, Lionsgate, and other services.

Jio Fiber 300 Mbps Plan

Announced. villages. Reliance Jio’s broadband division is called Jio Fiber. It provides a tempting 300 Mbps plan with incredible added perks. The Jio Fiber plan, which costs Rs 1,499 for a 30-day period, provides 300 Mbps internet speed with a FUP data limit of 3.3 TB, or 3300 GB. Additionally, the service includes unlimited calling and 300 Mbps upload and download speeds.

Jio also provides access to a huge number of OTT services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hot star, and thirteen other services. It should be noted that GST is not included in the plan’s price and will be added as necessary. Users can obtain the plans via Reliance Jio’s official website.

Airtel 300 Mbps Plan

Announced. villages. The ‘Professional’ package from Airtel also offers 300 Mbps unlimited data. As part of the ‘Airtel Thanks Benefits’ provided by the ISP along with its internet plans, users can obtain the Airtel Xstream Fibre connection to access the ‘Professional’ plan, which includes a subscription to Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hot star, Wynk Music, and more.

The monthly fee for the service, which includes 300 Mbps of high-speed internet access, is Rs 1498. 3300GB, or 3.3TB, is the FUP data for the unlimited plan. GST may be tacked on as needed and is not included in the price of the plan.

Conclusion

Announced. villages. BSNL’s plan gives a greater data cap of 4000GB as opposed to Jio and Airtel’s 3300GB cap, however the speed is lowered to 15 Mbps once the FUP limit is reached. Compared to BSNL, Jio and Airtel’s package has a little lower price. All ISPs provide OTT benefits, but Jio also provides a free STB. In general, Jio or Airtel would be the best choice for most people if they are seeking for the 300 Mbps plan.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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