India’s largest state-owned telecommunications service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has decided to increase the landline and broadband monthly tariff from March 1 across the country. Also Read - BSNL offers 100 minutes free calling with select plans to aid COVID-19, Cyclone Tauktae affected users
“One India monthly plan for landline will be revised from Rs 180 to Rs 195,” BSNL CGM (Kolkata) Gautam Chakraborty told PTI.
The fixed monthly charge for limited usage broadband plans has similarly been increased. The revision is between Rs 24 and Rs 350 depending on the scheme, he added.
The Rs 250 plan will now cost Rs 275, Rs 600 plan will get revised to Rs 630 while, the Rs 400 plan will cost Rs 424, Rs 2,799 and Rs 3,699 plans will be dearer by 200 a month, he said.
The Rs 4,999 and Rs 6,999 plans will get hiked by Rs 250 and 350 a month, he added.