BSNL announces freebees for broadband users
State run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has announces various freebees for for its broadband customers and new users. The initiatives are part of the company’s efforts to increase broadband in rural and urban areas.
The company has waived off installation charges of Rs 250 for all new customers signing up for the service before 31 July 2010 and the installation at the customer’s property will also be done free of cost.
The customers signing up for any limited or unlimited BSNL Broadband plan of upto 2 Mbps speed until 31 July will get unlimited free download for the first 15 days irrespective of the plan of their choice.
Those with limited plans will not charged for downloads in the first 15 days and users who have opted for plans with lower speeds will enjoy the speed of upto 2 Mbps for this period.
The customers registering in the period will have to pay Security deposit for Broadband and Modem security deposit, if it is rented, in three equal monthly installments with the bills. The offer and waiver of installation is expected to attract more customers to the broadband services.
As for the existing customers and ex-customers, BSNL will extend its special relief scheme “SAMADHAN” for settlement of disputed bills. Under the scheme BSNL provides substantial rebate to Home as well as general User customers in settling their disputed bills.
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