MTNL launches Broadband Plan for Income Tax Department under Project Tarang 2

BB_899_Tarang-2 offering 3300GB data usage per month launched by MTNL Delhi for Income Tax Department.

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State-owned telecom service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) recently launched a new broadband plan for Income Tax Department under Project Tarang 2. The launch is in line with the approval vide item number 5(2) of 143rd TCM held on 29th April 2022.

The approved broadband plan – BB_899_Tarang-2 launched on 25th June 2022 for Income Tax Department under Project Tarang is priced at Rs 899. BB_899_Tarang-2 will offer 3300GB of free data usage per month and unlimited local and STD calls on all networks. The download and upload speed will be 8 Mbps up to 3300GB followed by 1 Mbps afterwards speed. The call charge per pulse for ISD calls will be as per the copper landline tariff.

MTNL will provide a dual-band model at the cost of Rs 3000 plus applicable GST. MTNL won’t charge additional charges for registration, activation, installation, testing, migration, shifting, or replacement of instrument/ONT/modem, for new and already existing broadband on copper.

There will be no CLIP charges and security deposit for broadband on copper and no additional monthly service charge for ONT/Modem. MTNL will provide ISD or add-on services only when such a request is received through the nodal officer of the Income Tax Department. Income Tax Department won’t have to pay the security deposit for ISD.

Any exceptional disconnection must be brought to the notice of MTNL CO who has entered into the agreement with the Income Tax Department and the same is to be done with the consent of the Income Tax Department Nodal Officer. MTNL will charge GST extra as applicable.

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Basil keeps an eye on the latest happenings in the Telecom sector. You can find him streaming the Premier League, which he started watching in 2013, in his free time.

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