BSNL Declares 4 Mbps As Minimum Download Speed For All Broadband Plans: Can It Set A New Precedent?

State run telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has decided to upgrade the bandwidth (download speed) of all existing ADSL Broadband plans to 4 Mbps. As per the latest information, the minimum download speed of all BSNL Broadband plans will be 4 Mbps instead of 2 Mbps.

In an attempt to boost broadband customer base and to increase customer satisfaction, state run telecom giant, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to offer minimum 4 Mbps download speed across all the broadband plans w.e.f 01.05.2017.

As per the latest information, BSNL will be implementing the proposal of offering minimum up to 4 Mbps initial speed across all the existing broadband plans. At present, BSNL offers minimum up to 2 Mbps download speed in all ADSL/VDSL/FTTH broadband plans.

 

This latest speed up-gradation, approved by BSNL authorities will be a great step taken by the PSU in boosting broadband penetration in the country. This will certainly improve customer satisfaction to a great extent.

The above instructions shall be effective with effect from 01-05-2017 in all the circles. After the FUP quota of allotted free data is exhausted the speed will revert back to 1-2Mbps like before.

10 thoughts on “BSNL Declares 4 Mbps As Minimum Download Speed For All Broadband Plans: Can It Set A New Precedent?”

  1. Very good initiative by Telco giant BSNL. This is right time and customers r attracting rapidly towards BSNL broadband segment bcoz it is very convenient and really more faster.Once against my heartiest congratulation ..

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  2. Hi,

    I had a 4 Mbps connection. I have never noticed the speed getting more than 1.6 Mbps.

    What does that mean ?

    BSNL cannot even give 4 Mbps to a subscribed customer now claiming they are providing to all. I see it is good for advertising, but no one will ever see a 4 Mbps πŸ™‚ in speed test nor on downloads.

    Have you ever used one ?

    Else take one and try out πŸ™‚

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    • If your plan is 4 MBPS then u will get approx 3.5 MBPS. If is not happening do complain on 198. They will rectify your profile

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    • what is your landline number…. if your are from karnataka… pls msg your landline number to 9449997279

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  3. Sir it has a FUP on that up 5 GB TO 30 or So called GB in high speed and then after speed reduced to 1Mbps, please go the chart, and wven now no such provision has been done as I am using the same for the last couple of days, minimum speed 1Mbps ( 128kbps).. and all those plans are expensive when compared to other local players.

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  4. sir
    Development of Services in Bsnl
    starts implementation only after other networks .
    The first to introduce the plans
    can only stand in profitability to the Bsnl and the customers.

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  5. Till Now The Speed Remains the same 2Mbps, it is 1st May 2017, where is that 4Mbps Speed? which you all did declared.

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