BSNL launched BookMyFiber portal to reach internet every Home

BSNL launched BookMyFiber portal to reach internet every Home

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Government telecom company BSNL has launched its new portal ‘BookMyFiber’ to provide easy internet service to the people. With the help of this portal, users can apply online for a new Fiber connection. The special thing is that this portal has been launched in all BSNL telecom circles across the country and with its help, users will be able to avail internet service very easily.

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How to apply for fiber connection

If you also want to get a new fiber connection using ‘BookMyFiber’, then for that you only have to open this website and fill your details there. In which information about location, circle, pin code, name, mobile number, and e-mail address will be sought. Its interface is very easy and users will not have any problem during use. Overview map will be visible as soon as this portal is opened and you can type your address by entering your location in the given pop-up function.

Fiber Plans Price

After putting your details on BSNL’s BookMyFiber portal, you can select the facility and the fiber plan as per the requirement. The initial price of the Fiber plan is Rs 499 and in this, users are being given unlimited calling as well as unlimited calling. Apart from this, you can select plans ranging from Rs 429, Rs 777, Rs 849 up to Rs 2,499. Explain that the price of the plan also depends on the circles. BSNL launched its fiber-optic broadband service in the year 2019 and has gradually made it available across the country.

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Recently, BSNL has introduced ‘BSNL 22GB CUL’ for the convenience of its users and the price of this plan is Rs 1,299. Users can also buy this plan which comes with a validity of one month, with a subscription of one year and two years. It will get the benefit of daily 22GB data with speeds up to 10Mbps and after the data limit is over, this speed will be reduced to 2Mbps.

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