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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

BSNL revised 10 Mbps Bulk User WiFi Hot Spot Plan provided through Hot Spot Service Providers (HSSP)

BSNL has announced the revision of 10 Mbps (8-10 Access points) Bulk user WiFi Hot Spot plan provided through WiFi revenue sharing agreement with Hot Spot Service Providers (HSSP). As per the latest information, BSNL has removed the limitation on the number of access points allowed under 10 Mbps Bulk User WiFi Hot Spot Plan.

BSNL revised 10 Mbps Bulk User WiFi Hotspot Plan provided through Hot Spot Service Providers (HSSP)

Earlier, BSNL allowed only 10 numbers of access points under 10 Mbps Bulk User WiFi Hot Spot Plan. BSNL will be providing the necessary back-haul bandwidth to each hot spot location and the vendor (Hot Spot Service Provider) will be setting up the Wi-Fi services with necessary hardware in all these locations.

Revised 10 Mbps Bulk User WiFi Hot Spot Plan
Sl No Plan Name Backhaul Bandwidth to Hot Spot Location No. of Access Points (Existing) No. of Access Points (Revised) Annual Charges in Rs. (Excl. of service tax)
1 WiFi-BU-X810 10 Mbps 8 to 10 8 and above ( as needed based on site survey and design ) 7,56,000

The above revision shall be effective with immediate effect in all the Circles. All other terms and conditions shall remain same.

See the latest BSNL WiFi Hotspot Plans for Retail and Bulk User Customers below:

Bulk User WiFi Hotspot Plans applicable for personal type of services like Hotels, private owned institutes/ Colleges/ libraries / Universities and their campuses etc. Prepaid schemes for Hot Spot owners on commission basis is also available. The Hot Spot owners have to purchase prepaid coupons in bulk at discounted price and the cards would be retailed to end customers for use at Hot Spot owner's premises.

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  1. It is a good initiative by BSNL to launch wifi hotspot services on revenue sharing basis... but 10 Mbps to a single hot spot is too low... When you have a fiber terminating to hotspot which can withstand the speed of more than 100 Mbps, then why keep bottleneck of 10 Mbps to each hotspot... If more than 10 users get connected simultaneously using exhaustive data, each might hardly get 1 Mbps...