Broadband plan below Rs.500
Airtel’s Rs 499 broadband plan
This plan offers internet speeds of up to 40 Mbps, which is great for those living alone or for a few devices. The plan comes with a free Wi-Fi router, a free DTH Xstream box, which allows customers to convert the TV into a smart TV and stream OTT content on it. Additional benefits include a premium Wink Music app subscription, Shaw Academy courses and unlimited STD / local calls through dedicated landlines with this plan.
JioFiber’s Rs 399 broadband plan
This entry-level plan provides internet at 30 Mbps for 30 days. There are no additional benefits to the plan.
Tata Sky’s Broadband Plan
Tata Sky is another provider that you can consider for unlimited internet at 50 Mbps. After using 3300 GB of data, the speed will drop to 3 Mbps. The Unlimited Call plan has an added benefit, but the customer has to purchase the equipment separately. The plan can be subscribed for Rs 2097 for three months, Rs 3300 for six months and Rs 6000 for 12 months.
BSNL’s Rs 449 broadband fiber plan
This basic fiber plan offers internet speeds of up to 30 Mbps with a FUP limit of 3300GB. After the data limit, the speed will be reduced to 2 Mbps, 24 hours free calling on any network. The customer has to pay one month rental charge as security deposit. There is also a one-time installation charge of Rs 500, which comes in the first bill.
BSNL’s Rs 499 broadband fiber plan
This is BSNL’s lowest priced fiber optic internet plan 8 Customers can get unlimited internet at speeds up to 50 Mbps up to 100 Gbps per month and then beyond 2 Mbps. There is one month security deposit, which is 499 rupees. There is unlimited 24 hours free calling on any network in India and no telephone is charged. If the customer chooses a two year subscription, he can get three months free service. If a three-year subscription is chosen, four months of free service may be included with the plan. The plan is available in all telecom circles except Andaman and Nicobar, Rajasthan, West Bengal and Kerala circles.