Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) today crossed 1 Million customer base in Bharat Fiber (FTTH) segment. As per the latest information, BSNL’s total number of FTTH (Bharat Fiber) connections across India has crossed 1 million mark.
In October 2020, BSNL was able to activate more than 88,779 new Bharat Fiber connections with Kerala Circle leading the charts with 15,793 connections followed by Tamil Nadu circle with 10,379 new BSNL FTTH activations. BSNL plans to increase FTTH provision rate to 1 lakh new connections per month in coming days.
BSNL’s New Bharat Fiber Plans brings the result
As we reported in October 2020, BSNL launched new FTTH plans – Fiber Basic 449, Fiber Value 799, Fiber Premium 999 & Fiber Ultra 1499 – in selected cities / areas. Later, based on the increasing demand for BSNL FTTH, BSNL authorities launched another unlimited FTTH plan – Fiber Basic Plus 599 with 60Mbps download speed and 3.3TB usage as a regular offer which is available across all telecom circles in India. BSNL Fiber Basic Plus 599 plan is available to all the existing as well as new users all over India.
Welcome Offer for New BSNL FTTH Customers
BSNL’s Fiber Basic 449 plan is also available in all the telecom circles as a Welcome Offer. It means, new BSNL FTTH customers can opt BSNL Fiber Basic 449 plan which offer 30Mbps download speed till 3.3TB usage. However, customers opting 449 plan will be migrated automatically to Fiber Basic Plus 599 plan after 6 months.
BSNL FTTH allows Unlimited Voice Calls to Any Network
BSNL Bharat Fiber customers may enjoy unlimited voice calls to any network in India absolutely free. All BSNL FTTH plans are bundled with unlimited free calls. All you need to do is purchase a landline telephone and connect it to the Bharat Fiber Modem to avail free calling to any number in India at no extra cost.
Migration of Existing Landline Number to BSNL Bharat Fiber (FTTH)
Existing landline / ADSL broadband customers may migrate their connection to FTTH by retaining their old landline number. BSNL allows this facility in their NGN exchange areas. BSNL plans to complete upgradation of their existing landline telephone exchanges to Next Generation – NGN – telephone exchanges within a couple of months. Customers who wish to use their existing landline number for BSNL FTTH may submit their request in nearest BSNL Customer Service Center (BSNL CSC).
BSNL launched Online Booking for new Bharat Fiber Connections
Customers wishes to subscribe new BSNL FTTH Broadband (Bharat Fiber) service may book their connection via Book My Fiber Portal (https://bookmyfiber.bsnl.co.in/) or through My BSNL App. Customers who wish to avail BSNL FTTH service may register in this portal by providing his/her name, mobile number, email address. Once a FTTH lead is received, the lead will be routed to the nearest BSNL / BSNL Franchisee OLTE based on the geo tagged location for provisioning of the connection. BSNL official who is nearest to the customer location will then interact with customer for completing KYC formalities. Book My Fiber portal can be used by customers in all the telecom circles to register for BSNL Fiber Broadband Service.
Dear readers, please share your views and opinions about this excellent performance made by BSNL in adding new Bharat Fiber connections. How many of you are using BSNL FTTH? Please do share your feedback via comments with us.