BSNL’s Bharat Fiber Broadband Offers 1GB Data at Rs. 1.1

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BSNL has launched new broadband plans to compete with the Jio Gigafiber and Airtel’s broadband service. New plans will not only offer the cheaper internet but it also improves the connection speed.

The New plan offers the 35GB Data for a day at the cost of Rs. 1.1 per GB. At the month end, you will have to pay around Rs. 1,155 for up to 100mbps internet speed. BSNL launched this offer after Jio announced that they will be expanding their service in 1400 cities.

Vivek Banzal, director of CFA, BSNL board said:

We realize that now customers are demanding super fast internet and have started owning more electronic gadgets and entertainment tools than ever before. So our Fiber to the Home technology has been upgraded and we are happy to announce the launch of Bharat Fiber which will be an affordable yet able to meet the huge data demand of our customers.

Customer satisfaction and customer loyalty are key themes we regularly work on and it’s bringing now results to us, added Banzal. Our technology is one of the best as digital India is a national mission and we want to put all efforts to make this happen in every home of our country.

BSNL might have more plans with less than 100mbps at an affordable rate so make sure to stay tuned with us for the upcoming plan details.

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