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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

BSNL launched special FTTH Broadband plan for Akshaya e-Kendras of Kerala State

BSNL Kerala Telecom Circle has announced the launch of special Unlimited FTTH Broadband plan for  Akshaya e-Kendras of Kerala State IT Mission.

BSNL launched special FTTH Broadband plan for Akshaya e-Kendras of Kerala State

As per the latest information, Akshaya e-Kendras may avail special  unlimited FTTH plan 'KL_Akshaya_ULD_875' which offers 10 Mbps download speed till 120GB. After 120GB, data speed will be reduced to 2Mbps.
BSNL Special FTTH Unlimited Broadband plan for Akshaya e-Kendras of Kerala State
Sl No
Details
KL_Akshaya_ULD_875
1
Bandwidth
Up to 10 Mbps till 120GB, and 2Mbs beyond
2
Fixed monthly charges
Rs 875/-
3
Annual payment option
Rs 9625/-
4
Download/Upload limit
Unlimited
5
Modem Rental - Monthly
Rs 90/-
6
Plan security deposit
Waived off
7
Security deposit for modem
Waived off
8
Installation Charges
Waived off
9
Minimum hire period
One Year
10
Applicability
Only for Akshaya e-Kendra
GST @ 18% Extra

BSNL has decided to waive-off plan security deposit, security deposit for modem and installation charges under this scheme. However, modem monthly charges of Rs 90/- is not waived-off. This special fiber broadband plan is exclusively available to Akshaya centers of Kerala State. BSNL already launched special 50Mbps unlimited FTTH broadband plan for general customers.

Read More: BSNL revised existing Fiber Broadband plans & launches a new 50Mbps Unlimited Fiber Broadband (FTTH) plan @ just Rs 1895

Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about the launch of special FTTH Broadband plan for Akshaya e-Kendras via comments with us.

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  1. Where is kerala fibre network announced by Pinarayi?!
    What the hell he so far done for the state?!

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