MTNL triband @ 2mbps

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  1. mtnl upgrade there costomer from 256kbps to 2mbps
    but there is no speed boost
    i ask 1504 they say there is some technical problem
    also mtnl is not maximize free download limits and it not applicable for unlimited plan
    then what is use of 2mbps??

    write ur own feedback about mtnl upgrade.
     
  2. dinesh_mettur

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    We r Having Bsnl ....
    Our Tariff And Download was Increased BSNL rocks ...
     
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    watch before u post.

    There are already such threads here.
     
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    wizrulz GUNNING DOWN TEAMS

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    Thank got we don't have to suffer MTNL , i have said this line 100 times in this month , i feel sad for the MTNL users. I hope it gets fixed soon .

    btw , i am getting solid 2mbps without a hitch all the time from 28th dec last year.
     
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    ankitsagwekar

    ankitsagwekar Guest

    this post is for mtnl user not for bsnl user

    my friends where u find another post related to this post??

    i know bsnl user n joy ther 2mbps speed
     
  7. shaunak

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    Lets do some mathematics:

    2Mbps = 2097152 bits per second. ---------------[1]

    400MB = 3200 Megabits = 3355443200 bits. -------------------[2]

    therefore,
    seconds taken to exaust [2] using [1] = 3355443200/2097152 = 1600 seconds
    = 26.67 MINs

    bottomline: You could cross your limit within the 1st half an hour of surfing.

    I rest my case.






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  8. blueshift

    blueshift Wise Old Crow

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    ^ thats really pathetic.
    I am 200plan. ;-(
     
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    @shaunak

    Dats gud piece of calculation...:)

    Evn in bsnl, unlimited users r not gettin ne benefit of increase in speed.

    Both 4 MTNL n BSNL, thr is some major upgradation arnd april. dey r shifting to some "multi-ply" or whtevr it is calld (as told by mtnl staff). It is supposed to b later stage of triband.
     
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    hey is there any unlimited data transfer plan in bsnl?????
     
  11. Akshay

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    Yup! Rs.900UL. Here u get unlimitd DL n UL's. U can chk bsnl.co.in for details...
     
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    what is the download rate in unlimited 900 plan of bsnl.
     
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    The 900 plan is unlimited at 256. There is no unlimited plan at 2mbps..
     
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