Sunday, 16 August 2015

PAN India BSNL withdrawn ‘Customer Owned Modem’ from open market scheme

BSNL has announced withdrawal of option ‘Customer Buying Modem from open Market’ under Broadband services in all telecom circles.


State owned Telecom Company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced to withdraw ‘Customer Owned Modem’ option under ADSL/VDSL Broadband services in all telecom circles.

BSNL so far allowed customers to obtain own Modem for Broadband connection from open market due to shortage of BSNL modems. Now, BSNL has withdrawn this option and allows chance to purchase broadband modem from BSNL. This way Broadband customer can acquire modem from BSNL.

After withdrawing ‘Customer owned modem from open market’ option BSNL has stated that customers are not allowed to purchase modem from open market.

In this connection BSNL has given official statement on withdrawal of scheme.

It has been decided by the Competent Authority to withdraw ‘customer owned modem’ option under DSL Broadband services for the new Broadband customers in all the Circles. However, for exceptional cases only where customers insist to use their modem, commercial officer of the area is authorized to allow ‘customer owned modem’ through CDR system at the time of provisioning.

The above withdrawal option will be implemented with effect from 1st September, 2015. All other terms and conditions will remain the same.
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