Act Fibernet, the third largest wired broadband service provider in India has revamped its broadband plans in seven cities including Hyderabad, Guntur, Eluru, Nellore, Vijayawada, Tirupati and Visakhapatnam. The operator with 1.69 million subscribers as on July 31, 2020 has been revamping its fibernet plans since late September. Bengaluru, Delhi, Chennai, Madurai and Coimbatore are the cities where ACT Fibernet has revamped its plans since late September. The operator in Visakhapatnam now offers enhanced data benefits while the users in other cities in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana receive both enhanced speeds and data limits.
ACT Fibernet Offers Enhanced Speed and Data Limits in Six Cities
The third largest wired broadband provider in India continues to offer six broadband plans in Hyderabad but now offers enhanced data and speed limits on its mid tier plans. The A-Max 1075 that earlier offered 100 Mbps speed and 1000GB (1TB) data now offers 125 Mbps speed and 2000GB (2TB) data for the same price of Rs 1075.
The A-Max 1325 priced at Rs 1325 earlier enabled users to browse at 150 Mbps speed up to 1250GB (1.25TB) data. The operator has now revamped its A-Max 1325 plan to enable users to browse up to 200 Mbps speed till 3000GB (3TB). Further, the Incredible 1999 plan earlier enabled users to browse at 200 Mbps speed till 1500GB (1.5GB) data with the operator now revamping the plan to offer 300 Mbps speed till 3000GB data.
The top-tier ACT GIGA plan that offered 1 Gbps speed till 2000GB has now been revamped with the plan enabling users to browse at high speed till 4000GB (4TB) data.
Similar to the A-Max 1075 plan, the operator has not revised the prices of its other mid-tier and top-tier plans in Hyderabad. However, ACT Fibernet has not revamped its two entry entry level plans dubbed as A-Max 500 and A-Max 700.
The ACT Fibernet users in Eluru, Guntur and Vijayawada will now receive both enhanced speed and data benefits. It has to be noted that the operator in the three cities including Vijayawada offers three identical plans to its users…Read more>>