BSNL 491 Broadband Plan is Offering 600GB Data Per Month

BSNL 491, BSNL 491 Broadband Plan

Summary: The state-owned BSNL has recently announced probably the most economic broadband plan. BSNL took it to the twitter to announce the new landline broadband plan. The BSNL 491 broadband plan is said to offer 600GB of data per month with a respectable speed of 20Mbps. The plan will also offer unlimited voice calls to any network via landline.

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Main Article: India has been witnessing the telecom tariff war since the entry of Reliance Jio in the market. Now it looks like yesterday’s announcement of Jio GigaFiber will take this war further to the Broadband sector as well. Jio GigaFiber has promised to bring 1Gbps FTTH (Fibre-to-the-Home) connectivity across 1,100 cities. Therefore State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited already making its move. As a result, BSNL took it to the twitter to announce the new landline broadband plan. The BSNL 491 plan was announced in a tweet by the telecom operator and BSNL’s board member N.K. Mehta. BSNL is calling it as “most economic broadband plan” in the country.BSNL 491, BSNL 491 Broadband Plan

BSNL 491 Broadband Plan

Now if we consider the economic factor of this plan it will seem like true value for money. BSNL 491 broadband plan is offering 20GB of data per day for one month which makes it a total of 600GB. The plan is also offering a respectable speed of 20 Mbps. Beside this, BSNL 491 plan will also provide free unlimited calling to any network. BSNL also said that the plan is already live across their customer service centers, franchises, and retailers.

NK Mehta, a BSNL board member said: “BSNL is committed to offer high quality, most affordable and data services which meet everyone’s expectations.”

Earlier in June, BSNL had introduced two new FTTH (Fibre-to-the-Home) plans priced at Rs 777 and Rs 1,277. The Rs. 777 plan offers 500 GB monthly data at 50 Mbps and Rs. 1277 plan offers 750 GB monthly data at 100 Mbps speed.

Also, have a look at Jio GigaFiber Announced for 1,100 Cities, Promised to Bring 1Gbps Speed