BSNL rolls out its new broadband plan to take on Reliance Jio Fibre; check details

As per latest reports, BSNL has a new surprise for its broadband users. The state-owned company has rolled out its new plan at Rs 1,999, it is the Reliance Jio Fiber impact.

Reliance Jio Fibre has launched its scheme, which has given its rivals a huge competition. Thus, all the other telecom firms are now in the mode of launching better, faster data benefits for the users to stay in the market.

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has now introduced the brand new broadband plan under its new launch Bharat Fiber offering. The plan is now available for Rs 1,999 for a month and the speed is up to 100Mbps.

BSNL’s new plan for Rs 1,999 offers 33GB data for a day. After the user has exhausted the usage of 33GB, the speed comes down to 4Mbps of data speed. Like all other networks, the plan also includes free calling service across the country to any network.

BSNL’s latest plan has another category too, where you can also get Rs 1,277 plan and it is giving 750GB data on a monthly basis; and Rs 2,499 plan offers 44GB of daily data.

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Bharat Fiber vs Jio Fiber: The latest plan of BSNL will give stiff competition to Reliance Jio’s Gold and Diamond Jio Fiber plans, which are now available for Rs 1,299 and Rs 2,499 for the users. Reliance has come up with plans wherein Jio Fiber Gold plan offers its users with 250Mbps speed with 500GB per month; and 250GB an added extra data for a period of six months. Under Jio Diamond plan, it offers 500Mbps data speed and 1,250GB per month and 250GB added data. All the plans get introduced with free voice calls, television video calling or video conferencing and Norton device security among others.

Airtel V-Fiber vs Bharat Fiber: Not lacking behind Airtel has also launched a plan for Rs 1,999 V-Fiber data plan. The company has also included unlimited call for local and national connections. It is also providing a speed of 100Mbps and unlimited broadband data. But, V-Fiber plan is not providing any extra data bonus plan unlike others.

by Ricky Tandon | Tue, Sep 10 - 02:55 PM

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