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    I read the FUP PDF and it says see tariff for plan-wise applications. But in most plans, like 1Mbps unlimited, there is no speed change mentioned. I remember seeing a long time ago 512Kbps(till xGB) , 256Kbps afterward. If this is not mentioned in plans like Freedom 1699 and Explorer 1099, does is mean that there is no FUP on these plans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hplp20 View Post
    I read the FUP PDF and it says see tariff for plan-wise applications. But in most plans, like 1Mbps unlimited, there is no speed change mentioned. I remember seeing a long time ago 512Kbps(till xGB) , 256Kbps afterward. If this is not mentioned in plans like Freedom 1699 and Explorer 1099, does is mean that there is no FUP on these plans?
    The FUP for the Freedom 1699 plan is 100GB, beyond which the speed will be reduced to 512 kbps. The Explorer 1099 plan has been discontinued- according to CC in Bangalore because customers were not getting 1 mbps at night - which I believe is BS...
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    Is it 100GB download or 100GB download + upload?

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    Download+Upload, i.e. total traffic including overheads. So the TCP headers are also counted as well as the sync signals that the modem sends out from time to time...
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    FUP is applicable on unlimited plans with speeds 384 kbps and above.

    FUP is not applicable on 256 kbps plans because as per TRAI guideline, the speed of the Broadband plan cannot be less than that.
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    can anyone please confirm if FUP is applicable for 1mbps unlimited 1699rs connection in hyderabad.I heard some cities were exempt from FUP as of now.

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    How is the 100GB calculated - is the 100GB limit per month? Pl say yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphadke View Post
    How is the 100GB calculated - is the 100GB limit per month? Pl say yes!
    100 GB includes both uploaded & downloaded data. Its 100 GB for every month.
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    100 GB means upload + download
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    in a month if you download 60GB and upload 30GB then your total consumed bandwidth comes to 90
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    you download 80GB and upload the same 30GB then it makes 110GB which is exceeding this 100GB limit.

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    yes dude fup is applicable for 1mbps unlimited.....its limit is 100gb after u cross 100gb ur speed will reduce to 512kbps.......

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