BSNL BB249 Plan Gets Validity Extension till June 2017
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After announcing free 1GB of data for every prepaid customer, BSNL has got good news to its broadband subscribers. The state-run telecom operator has extended the validity of BB249 plan until June 30, 2017.
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BB249 Plan Extension:
As per the new BB249 Plan, the BSNL broadband customers can enjoy 2Mbps speeds up to 1GB and thereafter 1Mbps speed. That means, you can download unlimited data and will not be charged more than 249 plus service tax. However, the speed would be 1Mbps after the initial FUP limit of 1GB.
Currently, this plan is available across all the telecom circles except Jammu & Kashmir and Andaman Nicobar islands. This super affordable plan is open for subscription up to June 20, 2017. Initially, the plan was announced with a validity period of 6 months. However, after the super success of it, BSNL has revamped its strategy to extend its validity until June 2017. Apart from its validity extension, there is no other change in its strategy.
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This is to be clearly noted that this plan is applicable only for new users of BSNL broadband and BSNL Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) service. As an introductory offer, BSNL has waived off the installation charges pertaining to BB249 broadband plan. However, one should make a note of it that after the validation of this promotional plan, the subscribers will be automatically migrated to BBG ULD 499 plan. Make hay while the sun shines.
BSNL is a Strong Wall:
Irrespective of the plan, all the BSNL broadband subscribers can make unlimited free voice calls to any network between 9 PM and 7 AM on all days and free calling on Sundays without any limitation. Incidentally, it is very surprising to note that nobody has ported to Reliance Jio from BSNL when telecom sector is facing a tough competition.
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