- 4th February 2013 #1
Giving up BSNL Broadnband & availing Airtel 3g
Problem is I am getting terribly low speeds during the afternoon till 9:30 approx. Sometimes it wont even connect. I read on the Internet that BSNL is usually this way in "peak hours".
So finally I decided to leave BSNL & take Airtel 3G. I have the AIrtel 3g modem. I have used Airtel 3g before & was very satisfied with speed.
I left it & took BSNL coz I wanted an unlimited connection.
What do you think about my decision ?
- 4th February 2013 #2
The only safeguard you need to take is to be in the allocated usage zone, i.e., not exceed the usage limit. If Airtel 3G is good in your area then otherwise, you have no problems.
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