Add additional GB to your BSNL Broadband plan easily. BSNL in India offers unlimited broadband plans, some of these plans after certain data limit i.e Fair usage Policy gives you low speed throughout the month. You need to wait for the next month to get higher speed as per your plan, which no longer the case these days.

Top Up BSNL broadband after FUP

BSNL now lets you top-up your broadband on demand to increase speed whenever you feel necessary. When you exceed FUP, a page will open automatically in default web browser on your computer and lets you add additional data in GB (check the screenshot below) — bookmark that page, so you can restore speed on demand whenever needed — you’ll be billed for that in the next month.

BSNL broadband prompt page about exceed of FUP

BSNL Alerts Broadband Users about Usage Limit through SMS and Suggests to go for a Top-Up

BSNL charges reasonably for Top up, for instance, for adding 2GB you’ve to pay Rs 100,  for 5 GB- Rs 200, 10 GB – Rs 300, 20 GB- Rs 500 (check the below screenshot).

Download remaining with High (FUP-Original Speed)

TIP: You can also use BSNL’s popup (bookmarked) page to check your broadband usage like how much remaining.

If you don’t want to upgrade, click on ‘Decline’ button which lets you use broadband at reduced speed till the beginning of next month.

additional data charges chart for Top up

You need to restart your modem: just unplug the modem or router power cable and wait for 30 seconds, connect it back again.

We’re giving some links for you try out below. This is important: Before adding bytes, ensure the page is showing your username (you’re logged in as ‘<your username>’) which you used to connect to BSNL broadband.

BSNL Broadband Speedtest Websites for four zones Launched in India

BSNL broadband Top up links for cities in India

UPDATE June 7, 2016: Check the below two   three links (these are not region specific)

Note: These links are region specific, may not work for you. Try them depending on your location or city. -for Kolkata and Assam – for Kerala – for Bangalore – for Chennai


Note: Chrome or default browser on your computer warns you ‘your connection is not ‘private’, click on ‘Advanced’ and proceed, we don’t see user getting into trouble there.

BSNL Broadband news UPDATE: BSNL Broadband Post FUP Speed is 1 Mbps Now.

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