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Enjoy BSNL’s Unlimited Broadband plan 249 for First Year instead of First Six months for all new and existing customers.

BSNL revises plan migration period limit to one year.

The existing entry-level unlimited Broadband plan’s condition regarding the plan migration period limit would be revised, according to state-run telecom giant Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).
From six months to a year, “Experience Unlimited BB 249” is offered.

Currently, after six billing cycles, all new broadband subscribers on the Rs. 249/- plan will be switched to the “BBG Combo ULD 499” plan. The transition to the “BBG Combo ULD 499” plan will only be made after one year, according to the most recent information. Customers can get unlimited broadband for just Rs 249 per month for the first year, according to this. The “Experience Unlimited BB 249” plan will change to the “BBG Combo ULD 499” plan after a year.

‘Experience Unlimited BB 249’ plan’s revised plan migration time restriction is effective as of May 8, 2017

All new Broadband subscribers as well as current subscribers to the “Experience Unlimited BB 249” plan who have not yet been switched over to the “BBG Combo ULD 499” plan will have access to the most recent revision. The customer’s permission in this matter must be obtained at the time the CAF is filled. The Experience Unlimited BB 249 Broadband Plan’s other terms and conditions will not change. Except for J&K and A&N Circles, these instructions will take effect on May 8, 2017, in all Circles.

According to earlier reports, BSNL extended their promotional Unlimited Broadband plan through June 30, 2017. The ‘Experience Unlimited BB 249’ plan offers customers free installation fees for both landline and broadband services. BSNL found that consumers are able to download and upload large amounts of data up to even 390 GB in a month under this package, which generated an overwhelmingly positive response. As a result, the cost of data per GB works out to even less than Rs 1 per GB.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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