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Now Enjoy upto 50 Mbps in Airtel

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    The state of broadband Internet in India is getting better by the day. Only last week, BSNL announced it is coming out with 2Mbps plans with unlimited downloads, while MTNL recently cut prices or upgraded speeds across the board. Airtel also has introduced new ‘Impatience Plans’ recently, with speeds of up to 4Mbps.

    Now, the Airtel is really stepping up the game. Using VDSL2 technology, Airtel has launched the country’s first 30Mbps and 50Mbps broadband plans!

    The 50 Mbps plan will cost users Rs. 8,999 per month and allow for up to 200GB of free data transfer. The cost per MB beyond that isn’t known yet. The 30Mbps plan will cost Rs. 7,999 per month and also allow for 200GB of free data transfer. Both the plans will come with valu-added services such as parallel ringing, Website Builder (Basic), PC Secure (Anti-Virus software), online storage, and unlimited gaming on Games on Demand.
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    o great, but i think its only for companies people. I think AirTel should concentrate more on providing some good speed UL plans below Rs 1000 like MTNL instead of providing high speed plans which hardly very few ppl are gonna buy >.>

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    Quote Originally Posted by vorazeal View Post
    o great, but i think its only for companies people. I think AirTel should concentrate more on providing some good speed UL plans below Rs 1000 like MTNL instead of providing high speed plans which hardly very few ppl are gonna buy >.>
    Higher speed will increase bandwidth and thus atlast decrease the costs.....
    It is good to have such a speed plans ...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Higher speed will increase bandwidth and thus atlast decrease the costs.....
    It is good to have such a speed plans ...........
    well yea agreed it will increase bandwith but cost will be very high which is not affordable for common people.

    Like if they make 1MBPS UL plan for Rs 900, it will create a much more impact among thousands people than providing 50MBPS plan which will be used by fewer people (hardly 40-50).

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    First thing,
    No one is crazy about even VDSL so forget VDSL2.
    Second thing,
    Let These companies first provide complete UL plans with no FUP rather than going to such high speeds.(India cant develope so much in a day with 40-50 people having such high speeds)

    After MTNLs extereme tarrif cuts I was expecting Airtel to make such a move which is completly useless to common people.
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    buddy can u guide me by providing a link to one of such envious MTNL schemes having extreme tariff cuts that ur mentioning..I want to know abt preferably UL schemes with 1 MBps speed..is there sth like that..pls direct me to such a link..

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    [QUOTE=gaggan4392;275157]Now, the Airtel is really stepping up the game. Using VDSL2 technology, Airtel has launched the country’s first 30Mbps and 50Mbps broadband plans!

    This speed is awesome, but the cap of 200GB is bullshit!!, I mean what I just wrote, bullshit! Calculate the amount of GBs you can download at that speed, and anyone who is willing to spend that kind of money everything will have very high downloads requirments,and 200GB limit will be reached in like 10 days, if not 15! With 30 or 50mbps, they should have either kept it (ideally speaking) totally unlimited, or should have kept it at 500GB or so. This is so petty after spending so much money. We are being taken for a ride by all providers. The so called FUP needs to go away!!

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