BSNL Static IP Address Plans and Charges for Broadband

Find the charges for BSNL Static IP address announced and comes into effective applicable for all BSNL broaband and Fiber or Air Fibre customers.

BSNL Static IP is a fixed Internet Protocol address to one BSNL service. The fixed IP address should address the computer on the web server with an IP address over a period of time. This BSNL static IP address should connects with a single IP for multiple services over the subscribed BSNL Broadband connection.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited provides One or more static IP address to their customers as per the applicability. This should specify in the table below as per the subscription. The following is minimum fixed monthly charges (FMC) for opting Static address (on request) under all DSL / FTTH / AirFibre / BBoWiFi BSNL Broadband plans


BSNL Static IP Charges

Broadband Plans (DSL / FTTH / BBoWiFi / AirFibre) Additional Charges per Annum (Rs)
Fixed Monthly Charges Rs. 999/- and above but less than
One Static IP @ Rs.2000
FMC Rs.1500/- and above but less than Rs.2799/-1 Static IP @ Rs.1800
Rental charges from Rs. 2799/- and aboveOne Free Static IP
 One additional static IP @  Rs. 1500/-  per annum shall offer to all the Broadband customers, where one static IP is already available.

Above charges for static IP shall also be applicable for all the existing as well as new customers of AirFibre / BBoWiFi customers with effect from 28th July 2021.

The above applicable charges are non-refundable, if a customer opts out from eligible BSNL Broadband Plan FMC (Fixed Monthly Charges) as per the above matrix. However, the remaining amount of the above bill charges shall adjust against the Static IP charges as per the new plan feature only if the plan qualifies the eligibility.

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