BSNL is extending the free broadband offer [email protected] until May 19th: check out the details here

The limits for the promotion of broadband service of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) were to be extended until May 19th. The validity was previously extended until April 19th, following the announcement of the first locking process. The extension is available to allow Festnetz users of BSNL to stay at home.

Updated: Apr 26, 2020 17:35 IST

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Nithiya

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Work from home scheme

The promotional "[email protected]" broadband provides five GB of data daily to all users at a speed of 10MBit / s. After 5 GB was consumed, the link speed decreased to 1Mbps.  According to the banner on the website of the company, the new deal refers to "current fixed customers without a high-speed BSNL service." 


You can access the high-speed Internet by plugging in your modem, according to the BSNL India website. To trigger the deal on request, the company has given free toll numbers.

Due to the difficulty of subscribers in locating retail stores to recharge their accounts, BSNL has also expanded the validity of their prepaid numbers. The incoming calls will continue until May 5th for all BSNL prepaid customers that have not been able to move to account during the lockout. BSNL has also introduced a toll-free billing helpline to repay subscribers.

Due to the problems of subscribers in locating retail outlets to recharge their accounts, BSNL also expanded the validity of its prepaid numbers. The incoming call will proceed until May 5th to all prepaid customers who were unable to redeem their accounts at the lockdown. BSNL has also introduced a toll-free number paying helpline for users to bill them.

Similar steps have been taken by other telecom firms to support citizens who can not charge their telephones because of the lockout. Jio and Vodafone have extended their validity until May 3rd. Again, until May 3rd, Airtel will allow about 30 Crore calls to continue to be received. The second lockdown process takes place on May 3rd.

On Monday, the Prime Minister will address the situation in the country with the heads of state to prepare additional steps to curb the spread of the disease.