Entry level popular broadband plans under Rs 500:
Airtel Broadband Unlimited Plan (Rs 499): In this plan you get 40 Mbps internet speed. This is beneficial for a person who does not have internet requirement on too many devices. This plan comes with a free Wi-Fi router and you get a free DTH extreme box. With the help of this box, the user can convert his TV into a smart TV and play OTT content on it. With this plan, you get extra benefits like subscription to Wynk Music app, courses on Shaw Academy and unlimited STD/local calls to landlines.
Jio Fiber Plan (Rs 399): This plan gives 30 Mbps internet speed for 30 days. With this you do not get any extra benefit.
Tata Sky Broadband Plans: You get 50 Mbps speed in this plan. After the 3300 GB data of the plan is used, the speed is reduced to 3 Mbps. With this you get the benefit of unlimited calling but for that the user has to buy the device separately. The price of this plan varies according to the tenure. 3 months plan is Rs 2097, 6 months plan is Rs 3300 and for 12 months you have to pay Rs 6000.
BSNL Bharat Fiber Plan (Rs 449)In this plan, you get 30 Mbps speed with a Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit of 3300 GB. Internet speed drops to 2 Mbps after 3300 GB data is used. With the plan, you get 24 hours free calling on any network. For the plan, the subscriber has to deposit one month’s rental charge as a security deposit. There is also an installation charge of Rs 500 which is included in the first bill.
BSNL Bharat Fiber Broadband Plan (Rs 499): In this plan, the subscriber gets 100 GB data every month at the speed of 50 Mbps. After 100 GB is used, the speed is reduced to 2 Mbps. A security deposit of Rs 499 has to be paid for the plan. With this, unlimited calling facility is available on any network across India. If the subscriber chooses a two-year plan, then three months of service can be available with him free. While 4 months of free service can be available in the three-year plan. This plan is not available in Andaman and Nicobar, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Kerala and Calcutta circles.