ACT Fibernet Hyderabad offers yet another tremendous Speed & Data Bumps! [08-09-2015]

swatkats

The TroubleShooter!
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Looks like all my prayers are now answered.


Possibly due to similar plans from Airtel and BSNL.


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40Mbps up to 100Gb, 3Mbps post fup for 1050 ;)
 
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bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
ACT Broadband Introduces Faster Speed Plans on Existing Plans in Hyderabad...

Hai,

ACT Broadband Introduces Faster Speed Plans on Existing Plans in Hyderabad...

 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
Re: ACT Broadband Introduces Faster Speed Plans on Existing Plans in Hyderabad...

The third plan is the real MvP..
 
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swatkats

swatkats

The TroubleShooter!
BTW, Airtel and BSNL tried very hard to grab some pie, But ACT countered them with Speed :p




Airtel:
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BSNL:

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ACT:
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SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
Somebody should find the person in BSNL/Airtel who decides to give good plans to Hyderabad circle but prevents rest of India from getting them. I would literally hit them on the head with their own stupid modem.

ACT, Y U No launch them pan India? :hissyfit:
 

sling-shot

Wise Old Owl
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Looks like all my prayers are now answered.


Possibly due to similar plans from Airtel and BSNL.


4lFJTXU.jpg


40Mbps up to 100Gb, 3Mbps post fup for 1050 ;)
But going from 40 to 3 will be too jarring.
I would rather prefer 6 to 3 or at the maximum 12 to 3.
 
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swatkats

swatkats

The TroubleShooter!
You got me wrong. I am not against these plans. Just saying this kind of downgrade will make it quite jarring.
People have got this thing called USAGE PATTERN. Everyone has their own way of using the internet, While some i see finish FUP in just 5 days just because they hate FUP and Few of them still struggle to finish off FUP in the last two days of the calendar month.
I feel blessed for what i am getting right now compared to worst condition in so called Capital and Business Capital cities.
 

Vyom

The Power of x480
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^hah, once you've tasted blood (no FUP), there's no going back

Right from the time my dad installed MTNL connection of 256 kbps years ago, we only had one requirement, no FUP. No matter how less I use Internet, once you have a FUP, you can never have a peaceful life. You will only worry about not exceeding the FUP too soon, and then hate the Internet once FUP is reached, since you can have good speeds, until the next month. That Really Sucks.

So no matter how shitty the plan (figuratively), I will always prefer plans with no FUP.
 

sling-shot

Wise Old Owl
Right from the time my dad installed MTNL connection of 256 kbps years ago, we only had one requirement, no FUP. No matter how less I use Internet, once you have a FUP, you can never have a peaceful life. You will only worry about not exceeding the FUP too soon, and then hate the Internet once FUP is reached, since you can have good speeds, until the next month. That Really Sucks.

So no matter how shitty the plan (figuratively), I will always prefer plans with no FUP.
Exactly why I am still with the 512 Kbps unlimited plan. I have adjusted to it. Will only go to another true unlimited plan. A 50% FUP may be acceptable for truly high speed plans like those by ACT above and in a pinch a 25% FUP too. But the pre and post FUP should NEVER be more than that.
 
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