If you are working from home and looking for a good internet connection, that too at an affordable price, then news is for you. Here we are talking about entry-level broadband plans from top telecom companies:
500 to 3500 GB data and free calls, know who is the best?
If you are working from home and looking for a good internet connection at a reasonable price, then this news is for you. Today we are telling you about the entry level broadband plans of all the telecom companies providing top fiber internet service in the country, which are very affordable. Jio, Airtel, Vodafone Idea and BSNL all offer Rs. 500 entry-level broadband plan offers. Let’s take a look at all of them.
airtel entry-level broadband plan
Bharti Airtel has entry-level broadband for Rs 499 per month. With this plan, users get 3.3TB monthly data and 40 Mbps speed. Users can get a free fixed line voice calling connection from the company, but they will have to pay separately for landline phones. Along with this Airtel Xstream, Wink Music, Shaw Academy, Voot Basic, Eros Now, Hungama Play, Shemaroo M and Ultra App. Admission is available free of charge.
BSNL Entry-Level Broadband Plans
BSNL Rs. In the 329 broadband plan, users get 20 Mbps speed up to 1000GB data. After using 1000GB data; Speed drops to 2 Mbps. Free fixed line voice calling connection is also included with this plan.
Jio entry-level broadband plan
Reliance Jio offers its fixed-broadband service through its brand JioFiber. The company offers its entry-level broadband plan for Rs 399. This plan offers 30 Mbps speed with 3.3TB monthly data. With this broadband plan of JioFiber, the user gets unlimited calling facility, which is a good thing. Free access to Jio apps is available in this plan.
Vodafone Idea entry-level broadband plans
Vodafone Idea provides fiber broadband services through U Broadband. This is a company that provides its services in select cities of the country. The entry-level plan offered by the company in Ahmedabad is priced at Rs 400 per month and offers 40 Mbps speed along with 3.5TB data per month.