Now you can get BSNL Broadband weekly usage statistics on your mobile phone through SMS. All you have to do is to register your mobile number and email id at the website http://bbusage.bsnl.in along with your phone number and broadband username.
You should not prefix zero before STD Code as your telephone number having the broadband connection.
You can also get usage on-demand on your mobile phone. Send SMS to +919447051550 with the keyword BBUSAGE. The service will be available after your mobile phone registration has been accepted.
To de-register from usage updates via SMS, send email to email@example.com from your registered mail ID.
You can as well download a Windows application client for getting the BSNL broadband usage updates on your computer. Download BSNL Broadband Usage Client, and simply run it (no installation required) providing your username as firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no validation.
Both BBusage service and the bbusage.exe windows client work with all BSNL broadband plans including home plans (Home 125, Home 199, Home 250, Home 299, Home 350, Home 500, Home 500 C, Home 500 C+, Home 1000, Home 1800, Home 3300), Combo plans (Combo 599, Combo 749, Speed Combo 1111, 8 Mbps Combo 2799, 16 Mbps Combo 4999and 24 Mbps Combo 8999), Rural plans (Rural 99, Rural 150) and Business plans (Business 700, Business Combo 1000, Business 1200, Business 2000, Business 3000, Business 4000, Business 5000, Business 9000, Business 15000).
1: Disable AutoPlay
I always find it a bit annoying to insert a TechNet CD and have Windows open Internet Explorer and display a bunch of information I don’t care about. I would rather just be able to navigate through the disc’s file system and go directly to what I need. Fortunately, it’s easy to create a registry setting that disables AutoPlay:
- Navigate through the Registry Editor to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer.
- Create a DWORD named NoDriveTypeAutoRun.
- Set the value to 000000FF.