Bsnl Broadband

Bsnl Broadband

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Anyone using bsnl broadband?
it is good or there is any broadband better as compared with him.

there is plan 777 rs in bsnl. 50mbps upto 500 gb. so i want to buy it

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Yep, planning to take that same plan. Would have long ago, except if it weren’t for that additional 18% GST, which would make it like 300 extra PM from my current plan (basic plan of Alliance).

BSNL has top notch quality, at least that’s how I’ve known them until 2016. And unless something has changed in last two years then you can go for them eyes closed. However, still ask around your neighbourhood that whether your local area’s BSNL technicians have that problem of not attending upon a complaint, because in many places that’s a major issue. Where I live though, the outskirts of Calcutta, they take up all complaints extremely seriously and very fast too, it all depends on the person who’s in charge of the repairing, the head-technician if you might.

And they bloody removed the Happy Hours FFS! That plan was practically unlimited few months ago, as even after that 500 GB is consumed the speed was not capped, but doesn’t seem to be the case now! Damn it! On some months I consume 500 gigs quite easily!

The only other broadband which can compete with BSNL’s is chortel, at least their broadband has insane stability/consistency, but of course they provide like 100 gigs data per month LMAO.

Do let me know if you’ve taken the plan and about your initial experience on the same.

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The plan that u are talking about is available but only to FTTH customers and not to broadband customers.

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harshit1204 wrote:

The plan that u are talking about is available but only to FTTH customers and not to broadband customers.

how to get FTTTH, I have broadband connection.

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baadshah wrote:

how to get FTTTH, I have broadband connection.

Just visit local telephone exchange and ask them to provide you that connection. FTTH means fibre to home or whatever, nothing just replacing your copper with fibre cable. Anyone can have that connection as far as I know, as long as one doesn’t live in a village where fibre infrastructure isn’t even made yet.

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ithehappy wrote:

Just visit local telephone exchange and ask them to provide you that connection. FTTH means fibre to home or whatever, nothing just replacing your copper with fibre cable. Anyone can have that connection as far as I know, as long as one doesn’t live in a village where fibre infrastructure isn’t even made yet.

Doesn’t work that way with BSNL. They need to have the cable running next to your home, else they wont do it. Have FTTH in the next road but they said they cant give connection to my house. My house is in a main area in Bangalore.

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If you don’t have any other isps in your area then BSNL is pretty good.
The plan you are talking about is for fibre broadband it’s not available everywhere.
Visit your local bsnl exchange and talk to the sdo if you can get a fibre connection in your area.

If not then you can also get a regular dsl broadband plan from BSNL.
Around 3.5mbps speed for 800rs.

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rsai01 wrote:

Doesn’t work that way with BSNL. They need to have the cable running next to your home, else they wont do it. Have FTTH in the next road but they said they cant give connection to my house. My house is in a main area in Bangalore.

Oh okay. Thanks for mentioning this, typical BSNL attitude.

Don’t go for other BSNL connections though (read copper), unless your house is within 2 kms from exchange, and obviously don’t even think of paying 800 PM for 4 mbps. 2016 is dead.

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Got this plan few days back… Speed is const. 50 mbps and ping is 20-30ms
Looks decent …

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