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    Quote Originally Posted by dhamodharanp View Post
    BSNL NEW unlimited plans
    They are "Very Old"

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    Of these, UL 499 and UL 625 are the stars. They are new and quite useful for those who need an unlimited plan which suits their budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Of these, UL 499 and UL 625 are the stars. They are new and quite useful for those who need an unlimited plan which suits their budget.
    No,They are not new,this 625 plan launched 6~9 Months Back FYI!
    And this 499 plan Launched 2 Months Back!And yes,they are the Budget Stars

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    UL 625 was there before. But it was limited to Hyderabad, Gujarat and one other circle. It was made a public plan along with the launch of UL 499.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    UL 625 was there before. But it was limited to Hyderabad, Gujarat and one other circle. It was made a public plan along with the launch of UL 499.
    No,you are wrong!
    It was made Public before the Launch of Home UL 499

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    UL 750 is a good plan among all unlimited plans launched by BSNL........as compared to Airtel 799(in m.p.) providing 512 kbps till 8 GB afterthat 256 kbps.....But in UL 750(Bsnl),there is throughout 512 kbps.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky2003 View Post
    UL 750 is a good plan among all unlimited plans launched by BSNL........as compared to Airtel 799(in m.p.) providing 512 kbps till 8 GB afterthat 256 kbps.....But in UL 750(Bsnl),there is throughout 512 kbps.......
    Check out the MTNL plans and tariff. You will faint.

    I am using UL 750. Quite happy with it. May be one day it will become 1 Mbps unlimited.

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    Juz got my BB UL 625 connection in place y'day...
    I m glad I m gettin for wat I pay for...
    Gr8 download speeds for downloadin movies via torrent...
    much better than the WLL...
    gonna giv bac WLL tomorro....
    Yippee kai yay!!!!!

    mayB ll go for 512kbps sumday!!!
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    You should pay Rs.80 per month in additional for all plans below Rs.750. So Rs.625 + Rs.80 + Service tax (10.3% on both) will come to Rs.Rs.777.615.

    Better you take Rs.750 Combo plan. Total usage will come to Rs.827 approx (Rs.750 + 10.3% tax and no modem rental).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudhakar35 View Post
    You should pay Rs.80 per month in additional for all plans below Rs.750. So Rs.625 + Rs.80 + Service tax (10.3% on both) will come to Rs.Rs.777.615.

    Better you take Rs.750 Combo plan. Total usage will come to Rs.827 approx (Rs.750 + 10.3% tax and no modem rental).


    80 bucks for wat????

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    I use BSNL UL 750 Plan. I got a 20 % discount as my father is a government employee. I'm quite satisfied with it, the only issue is that i get high pings while playing online games (near 350ms, and yes they are Indian servers).
    Reliance provides 1 Mbps unlimited connection for Rs. 1100 (Cheapest 1 Mbps UL plan among other ISPs) and 600 Kbps for Rs. 750 in the Combo Plans. And that's the reason we had all the telephone lines for Reliance booked and i had to go with BSNL Broadband >

    www*rcom.co.in/Rcom/personal/internet/pdf/Financial_Implications*pdf (replace "*"s with "."s)
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    Reliance may have fair usage limit beyond which the speed will get reduced. Remember that they will not care if you make a complaint in private companies. You get full refund guarantee of deposit in BSNL. In private companies, they will deduct the deposit (for various false reasons) if you are surrendering the connection.

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    Want to go for the UL499, I herd its a promotional offer from BSNL for 90days.

    So will the plan stay forever? or jus 90days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varad Dilip Choudhari View Post
    Want to go for the UL499, I herd its a promotional offer from BSNL for 90days.

    So will the plan stay forever? or jus 90days?
    The 499 Plan will be made Permanently Fixed.
    I think so because Bsnl launches the new Unlimited Plans for 90 Days,but later they are changed to Permanent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varad Dilip Choudhari View Post
    Want to go for the UL499, I herd its a promotional offer from BSNL for 90days.

    So will the plan stay forever? or jus 90days?
    Once opted, the plan is for ever. It is the offer that is only for 90 days.

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    out of these plans 750rs plan is good and with in a budget.

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    @sudhakar35

    No i read the tariff carefully, there's no usage limit. But obviously there would be a 80-100 GB usage limit per month which is the case with every ISP.
    Yes, I do agree that the service of Reliance is bad.
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    Stay with BSNL itself. Nice service.

    You will get good speed if :

    > there is no parallel line before line and splitter.
    > the line is connected DIRECTLY to the splitter and not to the modem directly.
    > your system does not have any virus, spyware or malware.
    > your system is properly defragmented.
    > system restore set to off.
    > indexing service (in your system) is stopped and disabled.
    > telephone wiring is proper.

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    @sudhakar35 BSNL service is good, but not in every region.
    Not being offensive but i think that points 4,5 and 6 are useless.
    1. "One should not disable system restore" System restore is very important incase something gets messed up or even if the system gets affected by virus (i don't think anyone should turn it off).
    2. "Defragmentation doesn't affect the download speed much (but if u have a super fast internet, defragmentation will increase the speed)" Defragmentation is required but for the bandwidth of 512 kbps / 64 KBps or upto 2 Mbps its completely useless.
    3. "Don't use windows indexing service" Indexing service doesn't affect the download much (or not at all). I don't use the Windows Indexing service cause it sucks, instead i use "Everything" a third party free software which is way way wayyyy..(yes, i mean it)..faster
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    > Taking image through Norton Ghost is much more reliable than system restore. System restore leads to disk fragmentation.

    > If your hard disk is defragmented fully, then only it can handle the displaying of webpages fast. If it is fragmented it keeps on running and i may hang for a while.

    > Go and ask anyone whether indexing service is useful or not.

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    True, But as i said, they are irrevelant to the internet speed you get.
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    @Psygeek
    1.
    System Restore is required , but too many load the windows folder.
    Ccleaner from filehippo.com has provision to delete one by one
    all SR points except the latest. You may find this an useful facility.
    2.
    I also shifted all Update and Uninstall files of Windows OS to a different folder.

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    but these UL plans offers very low download speeds.....
    For me speed id important....
    So that i chooose COMBO 600 Plan which has 2.5 GB download Limit and Night Unlimitted
    I will only use the broband for downloading....so that i always schedule my computer to turn on @ 2:15 am morning and Shutdon @ 8:00 am within that time frame my Bittorrent appication will transfer 3-4 GB between 2:00 - 8:00 am...
    And am very happy about that beecause i will get 5-6 movies downloaded each day

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    Stop talking bad about unlimited plans. Ok?. If speed is important get out of India and go to Japan or go to city area and get BSNL 3G unlimited for Rs.1499 + service tax.

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    I'm having bsnl plan 750UL which is of 256kbps rs.750/m . The new BB plan say its for 499/m . Can you tell me when is it launching in pune.

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    Hey,
    Now you will be getting 512 Kbps unlimited for Rs.750. You told that it is 256 Kbps which is wrong. Modem rental will be charged for all plans below Rs.750 (if modem is taken on rental basis).

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    @sank
    If you are not interested in speed Home 499 is Ok. (256Kbps)
    Also check difference in Home combo U/l 750 No telephone rent.
    No free telephone calls.
    .:Unlimited Home Only:.

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    Rs.499 + modem rent Rs.80 + Telephone rental (@ Rs.110) + service tax 10.3 % = Rs.759.967.


    Better you take Rs.750 plan : Rs.750 + (no rental for phone and modem) + 10.3 % service tax = Rs.827.25.

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    Question bsnl

    [http]://[img521.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=capturefh].[jpg] -remove the brackets

    i cant upload imgs as i'm newly registered , it says i shld hav atleast 15 thrds.

    acc to the speed test

    date 18/8/2010
    dl-3.33Mbps
    ul-0.70Mbps

    date 31/10/2010
    dl-2.43Mbps
    ul-0.59Mbps


    these are the speed test for UL750
    as per the dates from above imgs, 2 months before i was having more speed than today and till now i'm paying the bill amount 750 for my internet connection which was for 256 kbps (last checked 3 months before).

    Should i demand for more speed i.e 512kbps as per the new plan or is this what i should get.

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    Yes. You must get 512 Kbps (64 KB/s) unlimited speed. Call 1504 (toll free) and file a complaint.

    Click this link and see :
    http://www.bsnl.co.in/service/new_BB...only_unlim.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by sank View Post
    I'm having bsnl plan 750UL which is of 256kbps rs.750/m . The new BB plan say its for 499/m . Can you tell me when is it launching in pune.
    UL 499 is available all over India. You can select it if you need an economical unlimited plan. I am using UL 750, I get around 64 KBps from good servers.

    This may help

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/broadb...onnection.html

    Also post your SNR and attenuation values.

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    SNR (Downstream) 35.40 dB
    SNR (Upstream) 16.5 dB
    Line Attentuation(Downstream) 14.5 dB
    Line Attentuation(Upstream) 3.0 dB
    Model Name T2-B-Gawv1.4U10Y-BI

    I'm getting around 150-248 KBps speed on Utorrent having 750UL+. can anyone elaborate on this speed thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky2003 View Post
    UL 750 is a good plan among all unlimited plans launched by BSNL........as compared to Airtel 799(in m.p.) providing 512 kbps till 8 GB afterthat 256 kbps.....But in UL 750(Bsnl),there is throughout 512 kbps.......
    Well said.. I agree this very much.. UL 750 is a very good option for regular movie downloaders..

    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Check out the MTNL plans and tariff. You will faint.

    I am using UL 750. Quite happy with it. May be one day it will become 1 Mbps unlimited.
    Keeping my fingers crossed and waiting for that day to come, that BSNL announcing 1 Mbps for UL 750..
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    Quote Originally Posted by sudhakar35 View Post
    you should pay rs.80 per month in additional for all plans below rs.750. So rs.625 + rs.80 + service tax (10.3% on both) will come to rs.rs.777.615.

    Better you take rs.750 combo plan. Total usage will come to rs.827 approx (rs.750 + 10.3% tax and no modem rental).
    is it really no modem rental for ul 750 in every area or selected areas

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    What ever plan you choose, you need to pay modem rental.

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    Look at the image.

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    oh. Do you mean to say that you got a discount because you changed the plan ?

    Will be helpful to know on what basis you got this discount.

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    I have not said that I have got discount for changing the plan. I am just in 750 plan. Thats all. I am not a government employee. I am working in a private college.

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    Ok. Can you please share on what basis you are getting this modem rent discount ?

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    Look at my previous message. If you want, get BB Home Combo UL 625 ( visit : http://www.bsnl.co.in/service/new_BB...only_unlim.htm ) plan and look at your phone bill. Make sure that you have opted for modem on RENTAL BASIS.

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    Dear MEETDILIP I would like to know about downloading speed of torrents.
    I have 550Home plan and i am getting torrent speed about 8-10kbps and for MF,HF,MU........etc i am getting avg 150kbps.
    What is the reason for such a huge difference? Please see if you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sur650 View Post
    Dear MEETDILIP I would like to know about downloading speed of torrents.
    I have 550Home plan and i am getting torrent speed about 8-10kbps and for MF,HF,MU........etc i am getting avg 150kbps.
    What is the reason for such a huge difference? Please see if you know.
    1. You may need port forwarding. Do you see an Yellow triangle on the bottom of utorrent ? Post a screen shot of your torrent client.

    2. Mention your modem - model and make.

    3. Try this

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/broadb...onnection.html

    4. Which firewall do you use ? Disable it and try.

    5. Switch off your antivirus and check.

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    Thanks for quick rep....is there any trick to increase speed for mu,hf,fs etc downloads for free users?

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    There are some hacks. But not worth the trouble. Mostly malwares. Better adjust with the current speed.

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    You know very well that you will get only the SPEED of your connection and the speed of all file hosting sites will be slow. If you want get premium membership and download.

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    can anyone suggest me an BSNL unlimited plan with good speed which can provide me a downspeed of atleast 100KBPS and monthly budget of 600/-

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    Harish,
    Whi are you illiterate about KB/s and Kbps?. See 8 Kbps = 1 KB/s. Any Kbps divided by 8 gives KiloBytes per second. I think BSNL's Home Combo ULD 750 plan will suit you. It will give you 1 Mbps (1024 / 8 = 128 KB/s) upto 6 GB and 512 Kbps (64 KB/s) after 6 GB.

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    @sudhakar: thank you...may I know wats d diff b/w BB Home ULD 750 & BB Home Combo ULD 750 plans???

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    You will be charged landline rental (Rs.180 additional) in Home ULD 750 and all other plans without COMBO. Taxes extra.

    Look at the plan details carefully in :

    bsnl.co.in:9080/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/services/broadband/BB_home_only_unlim.html

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    so u mean to say i'l be charged 750+180+taxes every month in HOME ULD is it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudhakar35 View Post
    Rs.499 + modem rent Rs.80 + Telephone rental (@ Rs.110) + service tax 10.3 % = Rs.759.967.


    Better you take Rs.750 plan : Rs.750 + (no rental for phone and modem) + 10.3 % service tax = Rs.827.25.
    which 750 plan??? BB HOME ULD 750 OR BB HOME COMBO ULD 750???

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    Take BB HOME COMBO ULD 750. You will be charged Rs.750 + 12.36% Tax = Rs.842.47 which excludes any outgoing calls that you make. All outgoing calls made from the landline are chargeable.

    Any landline in India - 180 seconds per pulse
    BSNL mobile within the state - 120 seconds per pulse
    All other mobile networks within the state and all mobile networks within India - 60 seconds per pulse

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudhakar35 View Post
    Take BB HOME COMBO ULD 750. You will be charged Rs.750 + 12.36% Tax = Rs.842.47 which excludes any outgoing calls that you make. All outgoing calls made from the landline are chargeable.

    Any landline in India - 180 seconds per pulse
    BSNL mobile within the state - 120 seconds per pulse
    All other mobile networks within the state and all mobile networks within India - 60 seconds per pulse

    Thank you for the info, but I dint understand that 180 secs per pulse, 120 secs per pulse n 60 secs per pulse thing....could u explain in simple words???

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    I want BSNL broadband plans for odisha.
    Please give me the details.
    Thanks in advance

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    1 pulse means Rs.1 or Rs.1.20 or Rs.0.80 depending on the landline base plan.

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    To purna :

    Copy and paste this link in a new tab in the browser's window :

    bsnl.co.in:9080/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/services/broadband/new_BB_postpaid.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by sudhakar35 View Post
    To purna :

    Copy and paste this link in a new tab in the browser's window :

    bsnl.co.in:9080/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/services/broadband/new_BB_postpaid.html
    thanx now I understood...

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    To Harish :

    Which plan are you going to take?.

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    [QUOTE=sudhakar35;367685]To Harish :

    Which plan are you going to take?.

    BB HOME COMBO ULD 750, coz i dnt use landline for making calls...

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