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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Exclusive : BSNL plans to upgrade download speed and FUP usage limit in all existing Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plans

More cheers to BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) customers all over India as the PSU has decided to upgrade download speed and FUP usage limit in all the existing Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plans very soon. This latest decision was taken by BSNL as a part of Customer Delight initiatives announced on 1st October 2020 on BSNL's 20th foundation day.

Exclusive : BSNL plans to upgrade download speed and FUP usage limit in all existing Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plans

Bandwidth upgradation will be applicable to all existing Bharat Fiber (FTTH) broadband customers in all the telecom circles. As per the latest information, existing customers can enjoy upgraded pre FUP download speed as well as post FUP speed without any additional cost. In addition, the PSU has also decided to increase the pre FUP usage (high speed data usage) limit maximum up to 4 TB in certain higher end Bharat Fiber plans.
We have got a few leaks about the proposed speed upgradation in BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) broadband plans, which is given below:-

Exclusive : BSNL plans to upgrade download speed and FUP usage limit in all existing Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plans
Proposed Speed Upgradation in existing BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Broadband Plans

As per the information from the above picture, it is seen that the minimum download speed in BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) would be 50Mbps and maximum up to 200Mbps. BSNL plans to upgrade the download speed based on the fixed monthly charge of existing FTTH broadband plans.



BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Speed Upgradation (pre-FUP download speed and post-FUP download speed)
For all existing plans with fixed monthly rental less than Rs 500 will get 50Mbps download speed and 2Mbps speed after FUP usage. For plans with monthly rent ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 650 will get 100Mbps pre FUP download speed and 2Mbps post FUP speed. For plans having monthly rent ranging from Rs 651 to Rs 799 may get 100Mbps pre FUP download speed and 5Mbps post FUP download speed. Plans from Rs 800 to Rs 999 will get 100Mbps pre FUP download speed and 10Mbps post FUP download speed. From plans having FMC of Rs 1000 to 1499, customers may get 200Mbps pre FUP download speed and 15Mbps post FUP download speed. For premium Bharat Fiber (FTTH) plan i.e., plans having monthly rental above Rs 1499 will get pre FUP download speed of 200Mbps and post FUP download speed of 20Mbps.

BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) Broadband pre-FUP usage upgradation
There will not be any change in pre FUP high speed usage limit in plans having monthly rental up to Rs 999 whereas in plans having FMC between Rs 1000 and Rs 1499, customers may enjoy 3.3TB pre FUP high speed data usage. For plans with FMC above Rs 1499, pre FUP usage limit will be 4TB.

Read More : How to change BSNL Bharat Fiber plans to new FTTH Broadband plans online via BSNL Selfcare Portal?

BSNL silently started upgrading bandwidth of existing plans?
We have started receiving feedback from some of our readers that, existing customers in Bharat Fiber 500GB CUL plan (FTTH 777 Plan) has started receiving upgraded bandwidth of 100Mbps instead of 50Mbps from today onwards. As we reported , BSNL launched new Bharat Fiber 500GB CUL plan with 100Mbps download speed exclusive to new customers in all the circles. As we can see that, the revised BSNL 777 plan (Bharat Fiber 500GB CUL plan) today launched is, as per the proposed bandwidth upgradation. There are chances that, the PSU may make changes in the proposed bandwidth upgradation at any time before it's official launch. Hence, we are eagerly waiting for the official launch of bandwidth upgradation of existing Bharat Fiber plans. We hope that, the official launch may come at any time during this month itself because BSNL is celebrating October 2020 as Customer Delight month all over India. This proposed bandwidth upgradation will surely make the existing customer happy.

Read More : How can I apply for BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) connection? What is the total cost for installing BSNL FTTH Broadband?

Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about these latest BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH) broadband speed upgradations via comments with us. How many of you are getting upgraded download speed in your BSNL Bharat Fiber Plans?

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  1. Very Good Decision. Will the Speed increase rollouts in specific location or all the locations?

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    1. Existing customers can enjoy Upgraded speed irrespective of their location. Revised speed is available all over India.

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    2. "Is available all over india"
      You are saying as it is already deployed and i was thinking they are just planning yet

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    3. Many of our readers started receiving upgraded bandwidth. However, Official announcement is still pending from BSNL.

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    4. well not in my area yet. 849 plan and speed is still 50

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    5. It is not available to the majority people and some people recieved and later back to 50mbps

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  2. I would like them to implement the new premium and ultra plans to all circles

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  3. I would like them to implement the new premium and ultra plans to all circles

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  4. Well the new fibre plans did not come into effect in Odisha :( , hope this becomes true for all users including Odisha for once

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  5. Please Increase adsl speed also of 779 superstar fup from 2mbps to 5mbps.

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  6. BSNL upgraded my 777 plan to 100 Mbps on 5th of October, but today my plan got downgraded to the previous plan with the speed of 50 Mbps.

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    1. Same for me also. Waiting for them to increase permanently.

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  7. It would be good if the new ftth plans of 3300 GB and increased speed would be available to all customers, especially in rural areas throughout India

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  8. I have been using 50 Mbps connection, and used to get a maximum of 43 Mbps. However over the last few days, the speed is over 80 Mbps, which makes me think the speed of my plan might have moved to 100 Mbps. Not sure if this is permanent, as there is no official word yet.

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  9. bbsnl portal shows now Rs 849 plan both upto 100 mbps post fup 10 mbps and other one is old pre fup 50 and post fup 2 mbps.

    and now in almost all fibre plans, indication of ** marked, than what is the use of bsnl customer in all other regions, bsnl just shutdown their services in areas left in which plans including 4 plans launched from 1 st oct

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  10. Could you please share a link to the official announcement on this? You had mentioned this rolls out starting Oct 16, so wanted to check if there is any notification from BSNL

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