Step By Step Instructions to Check Your Bsnl Broadband Usage

If you are you are a BSNL broadband customer, it is always good to regularly check your bsnl-broadband-checkbroadband account usage to know your usage pattern, which will help you to keep control on your internet downloads if you have subscribed a volume based plan from them. Keeping a regular check on your BSNL broadband usage will also helps you to ensure that nobody is abusing and making unauthorized use of your broadband account.

Here is a fully illustrated step by step guide to check your BSNL usage via the BSNL portal.

Step 1

First click this link to click this link or visit  is only for South Zone (Andhra Pradesh, Chennai, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu) customers


North Zone (Haryana, Punjab, UP(West), UP(East), Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir) customers visit

West Zone (Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan ) customers visit

East Zone (Kolkata, Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal, Adman Nicobar, Assam, Jharkhand, North East ) customers visit

Step 2

After visiting the website Click “User Registration (For Existing BSNL Customers)”









Step 3

Now take your BSNL telephone bill and note down your “customer id” which is provided on the right side of your bill







Step 4

Now complete the form by submitting your relevant details and click next





Step 5

After completing the registration process, login and click Services link on the (top left)









Step 6

Now you will see a list of “My Services” scroll down

And select “Check My Broadband Unbilled Usage Details”




Step 7

Select your phone number and select date range (current month)

Then click GO!

Step 8

Voila! Now you can see detailed usage details of your broadband!

Standard reporting is in MB (megabytes) in my case 26375 MB that is 26375/1024=25.75 gigabytes 

In the past we have used for check broadband usage but unfortunately it is not working now.

BSNL new website is more advanced and user friendly to its customers. I hope this article helped you! Thanks for reading.


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One Response to Step By Step Instructions to Check Your Bsnl Broadband Usage

  1. Neeraj says:

    What a complicated way to get the basic usage detail? Way to go…

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