Bharat Sanchar Nigam Restricted (BSNL) has expanded the 1500GB fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) Bharat Fiber broadband plan by reintroducing it within the Telangana circle. The plan, which provides 1500GB of high-speed knowledge allocation at as much as 200Mbps, was initially launched within the Chennai and Telangana circles in January on a promotional foundation. Nevertheless, it was dropped from each circles after finishing the promotional cycle of 90 days initially. The 1500GB FTTH Bharat Fiber broadband plan can be out there in circles together with Kolkata, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry.
Based on the itemizing on the BSNL web site, the 1500GB FTTH Bharat Fiber broadband plan, additionally known as the Fibro Combo ULD 1999 CS55, is offered within the Telangana circle till October 19. The plan provides 1500GB knowledge quota at as much as 200Mbps. It additionally consists of limitless voice calling advantages at Rs. 1,999 a month. Publish the given 1500GB allocation, the plan drops the velocity to 2Mbps.
To reiterate, the 1500GB FTTH Bharat Fiber broadband plan was initially launched within the Chennai and Telangana circles on a 90-day promotional foundation again in January. The operator had discontinued its availability in each circles upon finishing the promotional interval, although it has now been reintroduced within the Telangana circle, as initially reported by Telecom Speak.
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