Fixed line BSNL customers receive a discount of Rs 600 when migrating to Bharat fiber optic broadband
State-owned telecommunications company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has reintroduced one of its offerings for existing landline users, although their numbers have been temporarily deactivated. BSNL will enable all copper wired telephone users to switch to Bharat Fiber FTTH connection with the same number. The offer was introduced last year in September 2020 and reintroduced for 90 days starting October 6, 2021. The offer is available across all telecom circles.
BSNL will offer a discount of Rs 100 in monthly billing for the first six months after migrating to fiber connection. For example, if a user migrates their BSNL landline to an FTTH plan of Rs 599, they will only be charged Rs 499.
Last year, BSNL has developed and implemented a new software update in their system to convert the number of fixed networks that are in the fiber category. BSNL customers who want to migrate can ask questions to the nearest BSNL customer service center.
If users migrate to FTTH, they can access the latest plans introduced by the telco with a price tag of under Rs 1000. BSNL has introduced two new fiber home broadband (FTTH) plans which will have access to OTT benefits such as Sony Liv Premium, ZEE5 Premium, VooT Select and Yupp TV Live. This package is priced under Rs 1000 and is available in all circles in India except Andaman and Nicobar circles. Subscribers can avail a free Yupp TV subscription at no additional cost with this plan. The prices are as follows:
BSNL Bharat Fiber Superstar Premium 1: This plan is priced at Rs 749 and offers speeds of 100 Mbps to 100GB, which is then reduced to 5 Mbps. This package is available to everyone. except for the Andaman and Nicobar circles.