State owned BSNL operating directly under IT Minister, Mr. Dayanidhi Maran declared 2007 as they year of broadband and upgraded all consumers limited data transfer broadband connections to 2 Mbps. Unlimited data transfer broadband connections were left at 256 Kbps.
Its now time for BSNL to rip off Business broadband customers. BSNL just a while ago announced the availability of unlimited broadband for small businesses. The 256 Kbps and 512 Kbps unlimited data transfer connection costs whopping Rs 3,300 and Rs 6,000 / month respectively. Compare this with Tata Indicom’s 512 Kbps unlimited broadband connection [Infinity 512] available for mere Rs 1,850 / month.
Is BSNL doing justice to Indian small businesses by pricing 3 times the cost of Tata Indicom ?