Broadband Plan of 100Mbps Work For Home Compared: Know More

broadband internet Broadband Plan of 100Mbps Work For Home Compared: Know More

There are many broadband plans in the market for users doing work from home, but it is a bit difficult to select any better plan from them.

In the Corona pandemic, Internet consumption has increased substantially. Almost maximum people are now using a broadband plan to work from home instead of pre-paid and postpaid plans. If you are also looking for an affordable broadband plan to work from home, then we have brought some great options for you. All these broadband plans cost less than 1000 rupees and you will get data at a speed of 100Mbps. Let’s know about these broadband plans …

Broadband Plan of 100Mbps

BSNL’s Rs 849 plan

BSNL’s Fibro 425GB per month CS359 CUL plan is perfect for work from home. The price of this plan is 849 rupees. Users will get 425GB of data at a speed of 100Mbps in this plan. If users finish the data ahead of time, the speed will be reduced to 2Mbps. Apart from this, an unlimited calling facility will also be provided to users.

JioFiber plan of Rs 699

Users can choose Geofiber’s Bronze plan to work from home to office. The price of this plan is 699 rupees. Users will get 200GB additional data with 100GB in this plan. With this, users will be given 50GB of data under the introductory offer. Talking about other benefits, the company will give users subscriptions to voice calling, TV video calling, home networking, zero-latency gaming, and OTT app in this plan.

Airtel’s Rs 799 plan

Airtel’s broadband plan is perfect for users working from home. The price of this plan is 799 rupees. Users will get 150 GB of data in this broadband plan with a speed of 100Mbps. Also, users will be able to make unlimited calling on any network. Apart from this, the company will also provide a free subscription of Airtel Extreme to users.

Broadband Plan of 100Mbps

Airtel’s Rs 999 broadband plan

In this plan, users will be given 300 GB data at a speed of 200 Mbps. Also, users will be able to make unlimited calling through a landline connection. Along with this, consumers will get a subscription to premium apps for free.

Lingraj Sahu
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