Are you using BSNL BBService (BSNL Broadband Service – bbservice.bsnl.in)? Then you might have known that BSNL Broadband uses ADSL technology to provide the service and they have a range of limited and unlimited broadband plans for both Home and Business users.

If you have a BSNL Broadband Plan, then you might have a username and password to connect to the BSNL Internet service provider’s servers. You can use the same username and password to check BSNL Broadband Usage information on the official BSNL Portal (bbservice.bsnl.in). For more details, check this post on BSNL Broadband Usage.

How to check BSNL Broadband usage at bbservice.bsnl.in?

To Check BSNL Broadband Usage, follow the steps mentioned below:

· Go to http://sancharnet.in/dataoneredirect.htm
· Login in to the portal by typing in your account’s username and password in the respective boxes, and clicking Login
· Next, Click ‘Service Records’ from the left pane
· Select the month for which you want to check broadband usage(from the several radio boxes), and click OK

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On clicking OK, You will be shown a BSNL Broadband Usage report.

At the top, you will see a record with the following columns:

· Sum Traffic Excluding Night Unlimited(GB) – This shows your total broadband bandwidth usage, for the chosen period, for all services put together (in GB)
· Total Send Volume(GB) – The total upload bandwidth used by your account, for the chosen period, for all services put together (in GB)
· Total Receive Volume(GB) – The total upload bandwidth used by your account, for the chosen period, for all services put together (in GB)
· Total Duration[hours] – The total duration for which you have used all the services put together (in hours)

Against each of your individual plans, there will be a record with the following columns, showing the broadband usage for that plan in KB:

· Send[KB] – The total upload bandwidth used by your account, for the chosen period, for that service (in KB)
· Receive[KB] – The total download bandwidth used by your account, for the chosen period, for that service (in KB)
· Total[KB] – The sum total of upload and download bandwidth used by your account, for the chosen period, for that service (in KB)
· Duration[second] – The total duration for which you have used the service (in seconds)

Wasn’t that an easy way to keep a tab on your BSNL BBService Usage from BSNL Portal? Enjoy using BSNL BBService.