How to View and check BSNL broadband internet usage for this current month through online

You don't need to wait for knowing the usage statistics of your BSNL broadband internet until your bill arrives your home.

You can check easily anytime on internet , that how much data you have browsed till date for the current month and according to that you can plan for the remaining days of the month.

For dealing with broadband internet customers BSNL maintains a separate self-care portal. This article will simply illustrate , how to use the self-care portal efficiently.

What is the website link for BSNL broadband self-care customer care portal?

Bsnl selfcare customer portal

How to get register in BSNL selfcare portal?
If you already having Broadband internet connection and if you are new to selfcare portal, You have to register with the website.

Step 1:Go to http://selfcare.sdc.bsnl.co.in/

BSNL broadband internet selfcare new user registration

Step 2:Click User Registration option in the webpage.

Step 3: Now a small form will be opened .

Selfcare BSNL registration form

  •   Fill Customer Unique ID. You can find it in your previous month broadband bill
  •   Type User ID. It should be unique. This process is similar to creating a new email.
  •   Similarly fill the password,security question,its answer,your email.
  •   Select Do you have broadband as Yes .
  •   BB user id can be find in your PC. 
  •   While connecting internet an user-id will be displayed. Fill that id in this box.
Step 4:Now your registration is completed. Go to login page and enter your userid and password that you have given in the registration form.

How to view to Current month internet usage in BSNL broadband self-care?

Current month internet usage BSNL

 Go to services tab , look for the option Check My Broadband unbilled Usage 
Now, a new page will open. Select the start date, end date, your land line number and then press OK.
A detailed history of your current month internet usage will be displayed.

How can I Check whether i crossed my internet usage limit or not?
In the history page that i said in above question, total usage will be displayed in MB. If your limit is 1 GB , then you should not cross 1024 MB (equal to 1 GB) to avoid additional charges/