Why BSNL Broadband is Better than Others – An Experienced BSNL user Review

Vivek Yadav

Computer Science Engineer by Education & a Programmer, Entrepreneur , Photographer by hobby & Passion who spends most of his time with his Computer/Mobile or his Camera - a Rebel t2i .

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6 Responses

  1. Rajesh says:

    ya BSNL is a nice choice. bcas in mobile internet also, it provides more than 20KBps speed. the way to activate mobile speed internet is briefly explained @ http://jeshmal4u.blogspot.com/2009/09/unlimited-gprs-from-bsnl.html the fact is, its speed is higher than some USB modems

  2. yea it is true ,i m using 750+ thats speedy ,but not more than 1300+,u r having a good plan……so where do u live ??in rural area or in urban??????[admin]

  3. Sunil Suresh says:


    Do you have any idea how to connect a laptop to the bsnl modem using the bsnl modem’s USB connection? I already have a PC connected to the Ethernet connection. Also, is it true that at any time only one of the two connections (either USB or Ethernet) can be used?

    I hope you will be able to answer my questions.


  4. admin says:

    Hi @Sunil , you cant use the USB & ethernet connection simultaneously , so no use of trying both of them at once & expecting speed increase or internet connection sharing of any sort

  5. RKS says:

    BSNL sucks in Saharanpur. i’ve BB connection and it rarely connects and even though BSNL send huge bills every month. They hve f*** monopoly in SRE. The worse service BSNL provides.

  6. Vivek Yadav says:

    @RKS – Well , I was pretty satisfied with my internet connection in Saharanpur but it seems like you had many problems and well that happens are to area , anyways I will also recommend you to go with the unlimited plans and so you wont be having huge bills anymore !

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