By – Devanshi Srivastava
With each passing day, the rivalry for broadband service providers in the market becomes more intense. In a market where businesses such as Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel are putting in massive amounts of money, the national telecoms service provider, BSNL, must come up with new ideas if it wants to stay in business.
BSNL has made a fresh statement, motivated by a desire to survive and fight as hard as possible.
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), a government-owned telecommunications company, will make it possible for old and current landline customers to switch to Fiber to the Home (FTTH) internet services.
Those who have a landline number and a broadband connection may transfer their numbers to Bharat Fiber Voice or Voice and Broadband connections under the program, which was started in September 2020.
New plans are being introduced: BSNL has announced the introduction of a new prepaid yearly data voucher with a price of Rs 1498, which will be available in the coming weeks. Once you have used 2GB of data per day, the speed is lowered to 40 Kbps. The data voucher provides limitless speed for the first 2GB of data used per day. The package has been accessible in all circles since August 23, according to the company. This plan is perfect for customers who need a work-from-home data plan to continue their remote work activities.
Existing plans are being redefined as well: BSNL has updated two of its premium prepaid plans, which are priced at Rs 1999 and Rs 2399, respectively. The validity of its Rs 2399 yearly prepaid plan has been extended by 60 days, resulting in a total of 425 days of validity currently available. Unlimited bandwidth is available with a speed reduction of 80 Kbps once 3GB of data has been used in a day. Customer’s recharging their phones in 90 days or less will have their data speeds reduced to 80 Kbps under the Rs 1999 plan. The plan offers 500GB of regular data and 100GB of extra data, which has now been standardized for customers recharging their phones in 90 days or less will have their data speeds reduced to 80 Kbps. This package also includes unlimited phone calls to and from any network, with no FUP restrictions.
In addition, the business has installed a new software upgrade in their system that will convert their current landline number to a fiber-optic number. Customers who want to make use of these services can contact the BSNL customer care center in their area.
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), a government-owned telecommunications company, will make it possible for old and current landline customers to switch to Fiber to the Home (FTTH) internet services. Customers of BSNL’s suppliers, including Huawei and UTStarcom, will be able to convert their landline lines to fiber-optic networks via this service. Customer service representatives from C-DOT have not yet been allowed to access the facility.