State-owned telecommunication company BSNL has extended its landline broadband network to rustic regions of the country, and has launched many reasonably priced tariff plans, customized for rural areas.
The newly launched rustic plans are available on usage based charging plus in unlimited usage group and are considerably affordable as compared to the plans provided to urban regions owing to subsidy component from USOF fund.
Rural Broadband tariff plans will be available at a monthly fixed charge of Rs 99.
Under BBG Rural USOF 99 plan and BBG Rural USOF 150 Plan, the client receives download speed of up to 2 Mbps and is allowed 400 MB and 1 GB free usage per month respectively.
Under both these newly launched plans, the client has to pay telephone connection charges separately.
BSNL also has Combo Plans with combined fixed monthly charges for both landline and Broadband together.
Under Combo category, BSNL provides four plans exclusively for rustic regions. Under BBG Rural Combo 250 plan, the client receives download speed of up to 2Mbps, is offered with free 1 GB Broadband usage and 100 calls
(MCU) free of cost per month.
Under BBG Rural Combo 550 and Under BBG Rural Combo 999 plans, the client enjoys download speed of up to 2Mbps, is offered with 6 GB and 12 GB Broadband usage and also 250 and 450 calls (MCU) respectively free of cost per month without additional cost.
BSNL also offers an unlimited BB Home Rural Combo UL 500 Plan, in which client gets 512 kbps download speed up to 4 GB download and 256 kbps beyond that. The customer also enjoys 150 calls (MCU) for free without any extra cost under this unlimited plan.
Under all these plans no charges for registration, modem, security deposit and installation is taken from the customer in rural areas, the release added. (With Inputs from Agencies)
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