BSNL Broadband Plan 299 & 399 Now Offers 10GB & 20GB Data Per Day

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is continuously revising its BSNL broadband plans to compete with the Jio GigaFiber services. Now the telecom operator has come up with the daily data usage broadband plans that offer up to 20GB data per day with a speed of 20 Mbps.

The state-run telecom operator has launched 4 new broadband plans with daily data usage limit. The new Plans of BSNL broadband are – BSNL Plan 99, Plan 199, Plan 299 and BSNL plan 399. These plans are launched on a promotional basis and will expire after 90 days. Here are the details and benefits.

BSNL Broadband Plan 99

The first new broadband plan of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited in which the operator is offering daily data usage limit is BSNL plan 99. In this plan, users will get 1.5GB data per day which is equal to 45GB data per month. Up to the usage of 1.5GB data per day, users will get a speed of 20 Mbps and after that speed will be revised to 1 Mbps. The plans also offer free calling too.

BSNL Plan 199

The second plan of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited in which the telecom operator is offering daily data is the Plan 199. In this plan, users will get 5GB data per day. Up to the usage of 150GB users will get the speed of 20 Mbps and after that speed will be revised to 1 Mbps. The calling is free in this plan.

BSNL Plan 299

The third plan of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited in which the usage of the data is on the basis of per day is the plan 299. In this plan 299 of BSNL, users will get 10GB data usage per day which is equal to total 300GB per month. Up to 10GB data usage per day, users will get 20 Mbps speed and after that, the speed will be revised to 1 Mbps.

BSNL 399 Plan

The 4th plan of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited in which the usage of the data is on the basis of per day is the plan 399. In this plan 399 of BSNL, users will get 20GB data usage per day which is equal to total 600GB per month. Up to 20GB data usage per day, users will get 20 Mbps speed and after that, the speed will be revised to 1 Mbps.

Show More