New BSNL Fiber Basic Plus 599 Plan (60Mbps Speed with 3.3TB Limit)



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    The state-run telecom player BSNL has silently launched an affordable Fiber plan at just ₹599 per month. The BSNL Fiber Basic Plus ₹599 is now available for subscription through BSNL Selfcare portal.

    Along with promotional plans, the BSNL Fiber Basic Plus ₹599 plan is open for all across India. Both the new and existing customers can avail this super affordable 599 plan.

    BSNL Fiber Basic Plus ₹599:

    If we get into the details, the BSNL Fiber Basic Plus ₹599 is a new unlimited FTTH plan available across all telecom circles with immediate effect. Under this plan, the user gets 60Mbps download speed with a FUP limit of 3.3TB. Post 3300MB usage, the speeds get reduced to 2Mbps.

    Apart from the unlimited internet facility, the user gets unlimited free voice calls to any network within India.
    By observing the benefits and availability, this is one of the best affordable plans available for the users across India. The best thing of BSNL Fiber Basic Plus ₹599 is it being competitive enough despite JioFiber and AirtelXsteam dominating the market.

    Leaving Andaman & Nicobar Telecom Circle, all the BSNL circles will be providing this affordable plan to its customers. The telecom player is collecting one-month rental as the security deposit.

    BSNL Fiber Basic Plus ₹449:

    Interestingly, the BSNL Bharat Fiber has revised Fiber Basic 449 plan. It now offers 30Mbps speed with a FUP limit of 3.3TB downloadable data. Post the 3300MB usage, the speed will be throttled to 2Mbps.

    As usual, the above plan offers unlimited voice calling across all networks in India. Except for the Andaman & Nicobar BSNL Telecom Circle, the plan is open for all new and existing customers.

    As per the reliable sources, this BSNL Fiber Basic 449 plan will be available only for the first 6 months. Later on, the subscribers will be migrated to the BSNL Fiber Basic Plus 599 plan that comes with 60Mbps speed.

    It’s again a win-win situation for both the customers and BSNL alike.

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