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    Default Broadband disconnection

    Hy guys iam leaving my state this month for my further studies and i would return back for vacations for a month or so after each year.i would like to know how to disconnect my broadband connection and how to reconnect during my vacation. please tell me the full procedure iam in a great confusion now...

    Thanks in advance friends

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    To surrender your connection, you need to submit an application with your local exchange. It won't be easy to retain the connection after 1 year for a month. It will be better to change to Home 125 or Home 250.

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    @jsrrk
    Contact CC in Exchange in person.
    You can give an application well in advance to disconnect
    your broadband connection for a particular month.
    Get a receipt in your copy of your application.

    Now the charges for Safe custody of Telephone is also reduced.
    The facility will not be available for part of a month.
    No need to disconnect Telephone or BB connection.
    Modem rent if any has to be paid.

    Please Check "Safe custody" of Telephone at reduced charges,
    is available max for six months /one year .

    Or Phone will be used , but BB to be disconnected,
    as mentioned above, for long period may not be possible.
    In my friend's case when he went abroad his BB was deactivated
    for six months without any charges.
    ( Phone Safe custody charges were paid )

    Update0735 : A temporary connection for a month is possible.
    see
    http://www.bsnl.co.in/service/dataone_tariff.htm

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    regarding modem i bought it so no problem. and ha friends cannot i suspend da
    connection for a year or so and i am going to use it for a month each year.any suggestions please

    need more replies guys
    Last edited by jssrk; 26th June 2009 at 04:46 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    plz tell me to whom i should apply for a plan change

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    A written request to the local exchange can do it for you. Also refer

    Precautions during BSNL Broadband Plan Change

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    yar a written request to the commisioner officer or to whom

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    Quote Originally Posted by jssrk View Post
    yar a written request to the commisioner officer or to whom
    Go to your Telephone Exchange and submit the
    application in duplicate and get a receipt in your copy.
    Application in plain paper. No form specified.
    Change of tariff normally effected on the first of the month.

    REF:Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jssrk View Post
    yar a written request to the commisioner officer or to whom
    I think JTO.

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    I do not think that there is any procedure that allows temporary suspension of Broadband - landline: yes, broadband: I haven't heard of it.

    The safe custody of telephone was a facility of yesteryears. In those days, it was difficult to get a telephone connection - there was years of waiting list. Naturally people did not want to surrender a connection. Hence this scheme existed.

    For BB, I have not read of any such scheme. If you surrender the BB connection, it implies disconnection. It implies that when you return home during vacation, it will be a fresh connection and you will be charged connection/setup charges again. Also, you may not get the connection on day 1. And by the time BSNL activates the connection, you may have lost a good 15-20 days before connection is restored.

    If you are going out of state for studies, then I am assuming that the place where you live is your parent's house. You could keep minimal broadband alive for them and teach them on how to use it for emails, etc. so that they could stay in touch with you.

    You can switch to Home-125 or Home -250 connection to keep the connection alive.
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