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which plan to put in my cafe ?

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    hi eveyone.
    I am planning to start a new broadband cafe, with 10 computers..
    I am confused which plan to use..
    bsnl or airtel ?
    home or bussiness ?
    single or multi ?
    i need full details
    please suggest me an profitable, speedy plan..
    thank u..

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    First of all if you go to BSNL you cannot opt for Home plan. You will have to opt for Business Plan only. No idea about Airtel but I believe that companies such as Airtel, Sify, Reliance help in setting up an i-cafe franchise.

    If you go to BSNL, you should opt for 2 mbps Business plan to start with and see how it goes. Be careful and please do implement virus control and internet protection software on all machines. You do not require a multi user connection but you will need to have some software that will measure internet bandwidth usage so that you can charge accordingly to your customers.
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