BSNL to revise Broadband plans FMC along with landline from 1st August

State-owned telecom service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) will be shortly revising the fixed monthly charge (FMC) of its broadband plans along with landline plans which was yesterday intimated by BSNL Odisha to its customers via SMS. BSNL Kerala has revealed the revised fixed monthly charge of BSNL’s broadband plans which are likely to go live on 1st August 2020.

BSNL Kerala has put a notice on its website intimating the newly revised broadband and landline plans. BSNL will be revising the fixed monthly charge of 7 of its broadband plans with a price hike of up to Rs 30 on the plans.

According to the circular, BSNL is revising the FMC of 2GB BSNL CUL plan from Rs 349 to Rs 369, an increase of Rs 20. The FMC of 2GB CUL plan is being increased from Rs 399 to Rs 419, an increase of Rs 20. The FMC of 3GB CUL plan is being increased from Rs 499 to Rs 519, an increase of Rs 20.

The FMC of 4GB CUL is being increased from Rs 599 to Rs 629, an increase of Rs 30. The FMC of 5GB CUL is being increased from Rs 699 to Rs 729, an increase of Rs 30. The FMC of Super Star 300 is being increased from Rs 749 to Rs 779, an increase of Rs 30. The FMC of 15 GB CUL is being increased from Rs 999 to Rs 1029, an increase of Rs 30.

The plan benefits are likely to remain the same going by the circular. Separately, BSNL is revising the FMC of 6 landline plans along with the rationalization of Virtual 99 Aseem pack with validity slashed to 4 months.

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