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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

BSNL revises advance higher payment scheme for DSL Broadband and FTTH (Bharat Fiber) plans in selected cities; Just check them now

After announcing the revision in download speed and free data usage in existing Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Broadband plans, the state run telecom major - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) - has revised advance higher payment option and duration of service for all DSL and Bharat Fiber (FTTH) broadband plans in selected cities.


BSNL revises advance higher payment scheme for DSL Broadband and FTTH (Bharat Fiber) plans in selected cities; Just check them now

As per the latest information, BSNL has also introduced 6 months advance payment option where a customer need to pay for 5.5 months rental to avail service period of 6 months. Similarly, by paying for 10.5 months FMC (fixed monthly rent), a customer may enjoy 12 months (One Year) service. A customer can enjoy two year service period (24 months) by paying for just 20.5 months FMC and three year service (36 months) at just 30.5 months FMC.

An official statement from BSNL regarding the revision of advance higher payment scheme for DSL Broadband and Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plans read as follows:- 
Now, the competent authority has decided to offer following 'advance higher payment option and duration of service' across all the 'DSL/Bharat Fiber' PAN India/Circle Specific Broadband plans (currently available on PAN India or circle specific basis except newly introduced Bharat Fiber plans 'Fibre Basic', 'Fibre Value', 'Fibre Premium' and 'Fibre Ultra'), on promotional basis for a period of 90 days in selected SSAs/BAs/Cities of all the circles (except Andaman & Nicobar circle).

Revised Advance Higher Payment Scheme and Duration of Service for BSNL DSL Broadband and FTTH (Bharat Fiber) Plans in selected cities*

Sl No Existing Revised / Offered
  Fixed Monthly Charges (FMC) payable in advance across all plans  Duration of Service Fixed Monthly Charges (FMC) payable in advance across all plans Duration of Service
1 --- --- 5.5 Months FMC 6 Months
2 12 Months FMC 13 Months 10.5 Months FMC 12 Months
3 24 Months FMC 27 Months 20.5 Months FMC 24 Months
4 36 Months FMC 40 Months 30.5 Months FMC 36 Months


These revised advance payment scheme shall be effective after 3 days from 13-10-2020, on promotional basis for 90 days in selected SSAs/BAs/Cities* of circles (except Andaman and Nicobar circle). The new higher payment schemes are applicable to all existing DSL/FTTH (Bharat Fiber) Broadband plans except the new promotional FTTH plans announced on 1st October 2020.


BSNL revises advance higher payment scheme for DSL Broadband and FTTH (Bharat Fiber) plans in selected cities; Just check them now
*List of Locations where BSNL's revised Advance Payment Scheme is available for Regular DSL/Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Broadband Plans

I have opted for BSNL's new Fiber Basic 449 plan with 50Mbps download speed. Can I subscribe to these new higher payment scheme?

No. These revised advance higher payment scheme is applicable to all existing plans (circle specific/PAN India plans) except newly launched promotional plans viz - 'Fibre Basic 449', 'Fibre Value 799', 'Fibre Premium 999' and 'Fibre Ultra 1499'.


Customers in regular Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plans like - BSNL Bharat Fiber 499 plan (100GB CUL), BSNL Bharat Fiber 777 Plan (500GB CUL), BSNL Bharat Fiber 849 Plan (600GB CUL), BSNL Bharat Fiber 1277 Plan (750GB CUL) etc., can avail these newly launched advance higher payment scheme. However, customers need to be from the selected areas where BSNL already launched promotional FTTH plans.


Read More : BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) First Month Bill Calculation? Installation Charges, Security Deposit, Monthly Charges, One time Charges, Recurring Charges


Dear readers, please do share your views and opinions about these newly launched advance higher-payment scheme by BSNL via comments with us. How many of you have already opted for annual / advance payment scheme?

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