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BSNL has now introduced the fastest broadband in India

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    Smile BSNL has now introduced the fastest broadband in India

    Increased competition is giving subscribers better services. Now BSNL is offering speed upto 24mbps.

    BSNL indias largest broadband service provider has introduced this hi-speed broadband which will be available for Rs 8999 with free data downloads of 150 GB along witrh 600 free calls . 15 paisa per MB will be charged after the free data download limit is surpassed.

    This new plan announcement is the first of its kind in India after airtel launched the unique 16mbps plan. With this plan a high definition movie of 4GB can be downloaded in around half an hour.

    Along with this plan BSNL also introduced new broadband combo plans of speeds ranging from 512kbps to 24mbps. This is googd news to all those netaddicts who want everything at super fast speeds.

    To avail services contact 1504 or 1800-464-1600
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    Wao!!! What a speed!
    Waiting for price to fall upto Rs.1000/Month(might take 5-6 years).

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    lol yeah price is high !
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    Source plz.. 1504 doesnt have any info on these plans

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    airtel already with 16mbps,,,
    job takes the child away.

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    very much old news.news dated 04 October,2009

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    lol @ paying 8999 per month for shitty DSL that still suffers packet loss, unreliability and frequent server reboots/outages with no backup service when that happens.

    hahahahahaha

    also, old news.

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    there miserable copper lines cant carry 4Mbps properly and u r talking about 24Mbps !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    there miserable copper lines cant carry 4Mbps properly and u r talking about 24Mbps !!
    haha well said
    the internet went down in the south kolkata area today in the morning for about 2 hours

    i thought bsnl had backup services
    o wait

    LEGENDARY RELIABILITY

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcom View Post
    there miserable copper lines cant carry 4mbps properly and u r talking about 24mbps !!
    Do you have 4 mbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    there miserable copper lines cant carry 4Mbps properly and u r talking about 24Mbps !!
    They support that........and they can carry.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet_physical_layer

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    Guys, i think even 24Mbps should be possible on the present DSL lines, ya few issues to work out but very likely to be implemented with reliability. Guess what, Google is working toward new fibre technology for speeds in Gbps!!! so, 24Mbps though charged high, will be very much serviceable, otherwise BSNL would never have offered it looking at the prices and how demanding the customers are when they pay such prices!!!!

    Yes, in about 2-3 years, there will be 8-16Mbps plans at very affordable prices.... :-) You can even put the speed and price graphs for various ISP's for last 10 years and see where we will be in 3 years time. In USA, 2Mbps is like startup plans whereas for users here its 256kbps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indranil View Post
    Do you have 4 mbps
    have? I've used plans upto 20MbPS on Reliance Fiber Optic Ethernet(when really need that speed).

    my Fiber Link Speed
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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    They support that........and they can carry.

    Ethernet physical layer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    i bet u cant upload at 24MbPS like other BSNL plans.

    Quote Originally Posted by rsen View Post
    haha well said
    the internet went down in the south kolkata area today in the morning for about 2 hours

    i thought bsnl had backup services
    o wait

    LEGENDARY RELIABILITY
    this is the reason dude, truth is hard to digest.
    Last edited by Rcom; 24th February 2010 at 05:44 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    i bet u cant upload at 24MbPS like other BSNL plans.
    Do you know as you increase your download plan, your upload does not increase as rapidly.

    Eg:
    For 2 Mbps - Upload speed - 512 kbps
    For 8 Mbps - Upload speed - less than 2 Mbps
    For 24 Mbps - Upload speed - Only 5 - 6 Mbps{Not even 1/4}(Is it impossible)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Do you know as you increase your download plan, your upload does not increase as rapidly.

    Eg:
    For 2 Mbps - Upload speed - 512 kbps
    For 8 Mbps - Upload speed - less than 2 Mbps
    For 24 Mbps - Upload speed - Only 5 - 6 Mbps{Not even 1/4}(Is it impossible)


    for ur kind info on Reliance Fiber Optic Ethernet i get same UL and DL speeds if I'm downloading public torrents i upload at same speed as download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    for ur kind info on Reliance Fiber Optic Ethernet i get same UL and DL speeds if I'm downloading public torrents i upload at same speed as download.
    Speed ???
    It must to slower internet plan.............

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    my upload speed on 300kbps plan, on Reliance FiberNet ur upload speed is increased as u switch to any plan say on 1 mbps u get 1 mbps UL rate.

    Attachment 6620

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    my upload speed on 300kbps plan, on Reliance FiberNet ur upload speed is increased as u switch to any plan say on 1 mbps u get 1 mbps UL rate.

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    That is only for slower plan, my friend.
    It does not follows as you go up in download speed.
    No one get upload more than 256 Kbps in 1 Mbps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    That is only for slower plan, my friend.
    It does not follows as you go up in download speed.
    No one get upload more than 256 Kbps in 1 Mbps.
    last week i was on 600KbPS plan and i swear i get 620kbps UL rate because in reliance u can switch to any plan anytime and used 1Mbps for 2 days and got 134 kBps UL rate i.e more than 1MbPS next time i will capture scr shot of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    last week i was on 600KbPS plan and i swear i get 620kbps UL rate because in reliance u can switch to any plan anytime and used 1Mbps for 2 days and got 134 kBps UL rate i.e more than 1MbPS next time i will capture scr shot of it
    Normally upload speed is 1/4 of the downloading speed after crossing 384 Kbps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Normally upload speed is 1/4 of the downloading speed after crossing 384 Kbps.
    this rule is not applicable on Reliance Fiber link!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    this rule is not applicable on Reliance Fiber link!!
    Link please......

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Link please......
    what link? , if u ever use Fiber Optic Internet then u will believe the amazing UL speeds!

    for example Verizon wireless in USA is giving SAME UL AND DL speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    what link? , if u ever use Fiber Optic Internet then u will believe the amazing UL speeds!

    for example Verizon wireless in USA is giving SAME UL AND DL speed
    I am talking about India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    I am talking about India.
    poor reliance haven't stated anything on UL rate on their site but in reality u get same UL speed as DL better search reliance forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    poor reliance haven't stated anything on UL rate on their site but in reality u get same UL speed as DL better search reliance forum.
    Have you tried speedtest on my site.
    Takes 5 sec only.
    Consumes 500 KB or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Have you tried speedtest on my site.
    Takes 5 sec only.
    Consumes 500 KB or less.

    yeah i tested it it was showing 370kbps and i'm on 300 kbps


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    yeah i tested it it was showing 370kbps and i'm on 300 kbps


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    Is it correct???

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Is it correct???
    same speedtest from speedtest.net shows 350KbPS but always it is above 300!!

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    How does you shoot photo from the Desktop???
    I mean tell me the software, i have never used these things yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    How does you shoot photo from the Desktop???
    I mean tell me the software, i have never used these things yet.
    hit PRT SCR KEY on key board after that open MS paint hit on edit and then paste ur screen shot will be pasted in blank space after that save it wherever u want

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    hit PRT SCR KEY on key board after that open MS paint hit on edit and then paste ur screen shot will be pasted in blank space after that save it wherever u want
    Thanks.............
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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    Thanks.............
    Rep++
    ur welcome

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    first BSNL should make 2mbps unlmited plan exist...then only go for 24 mbps...

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    lol i wish they give this much speed in UL 750.(not possible)

    BSNL will rock if they even give UL 750 subscribers 1 or 2mbps speed.(quiet possible)

    BTW good plan bu i don't get this much bill in current plan.Big bill.
    if i were them i introduced this plan with 100mbps
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    Quote Originally Posted by einstein0072004 View Post
    Guys, i think even 24Mbps should be possible on the present DSL lines, ya few issues to work out but very likely to be implemented with reliability. Guess what, Google is working toward new fibre technology for speeds in Gbps!!! so, 24Mbps though charged high, will be very much serviceable, otherwise BSNL would never have offered it looking at the prices and how demanding the customers are when they pay such prices!!!!

    Yes, in about 2-3 years, there will be 8-16Mbps plans at very affordable prices.... :-) You can even put the speed and price graphs for various ISP's for last 10 years and see where we will be in 3 years time. In USA, 2Mbps is like startup plans whereas for users here its 256kbps.

    This is the latest.... BSNL has launched FTTH (Fiber To Home) service using GPON(Gigabit Passive Optical Network Technology) technology. There is a downloadable word file on the homepage of this website.

    Welcome to Bangalore Telecom District website

    Check it out... Max speed supported is 100 Mbps. But its bloody costly!

    Services offered:

    High speed Internet Access 256Kbps to 100Mbps
    IPTV MPEG-2
    Voice over IP Local/STD/ISD
    Interactive Gaming
    VPN over Broadband

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    wow!!!!!!!!!! great BSNL rocks! always...i think this is the best Internet service provider......24mbps will be a dream for many users 4 GB will be downloaded in 5-10 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    How does you shoot photo from the Desktop???
    I mean tell me the software, i have never used these things yet.
    In Vista & Windows7 you can also use the snipping tool to capture your screen shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    there miserable copper lines cant carry 4Mbps properly and u r talking about 24Mbps !!
    Ha Ha Ha Ha........

    yeah!... u r correct...
    these cables shiver a lot on carrying the present 2MBps speeds....
    i can't believe in this plan...
    and even though.. the cost is very high...
    i think this plan is not meant for home users......

    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    have? I've used plans upto 20MbPS on Reliance Fiber Optic Ethernet(when really need that speed).

    my Fiber Link Speed
    Attachment 6619
    what is the DU Meter Stopmeter..
    is that any tool for checking our download and upload rate..
    where can i get it ..
    Last edited by KSR1989; 9th October 2010 at 09:13 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSR1989 View Post
    what is the DU Meter Stopmeter..
    is that any tool for checking our download and upload rate..
    where can i get it ..
    Many tools are available. Try

    1. Bitmeter

    2. Networx Bandwidth meter

    3. Tautology meter.

    4. DU meter

    etc

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