BSNL offers 1500GB FUP per month, set to give sleepless nights to private operators
The BSNL has also planned to offer five other FTTH plans, starting from Rs 999 to Rs Rs 2999, besides Rs 4,999 FTTH, which is the premium plan. The state- run telco has reportedly revised all these tariff plans with better data benefit and higher FUP.
After telecom sector, it appears that new war will take place over broadband space, as the state-run telco Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is striving hard to dominate Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) through its new plans. Image source: Reuters