ACT Fibernet revises broadband plans in Delhi, 150Mbps plan now at Rs. 1999

ACT Fibernet

ACT (Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt. Ltd.), popular for its Fiber Optic broadband has revised its broadband plans in Delhi in a year of launch. This will allow customers to enjoy higher speeds at no additional cost, said ACT.  The Basic plan remains the same, but other plans have been upgraded. 100Mbps plan has been upgraded to 150Mbps at same costs Rs. 1,999 with 300GB FUP, compared to 250GB. Previously 125Mbps plan was the maximum for SOHO (Small office / Home Office) customers, now there are 150Mbps plans offering 50GB more data at same cost.

These plans for Delhi will be revised from 1st August 2017 automatically. Check out the detailed list of plan upgrades in the table below.

Plan Name Tariff (Rs.) Old Speed New Speed Old FUP New FUP Speed Post-FUP
ACT Basic 749 20Mbps 20Mbps 50GB 50 GB 512 Kbps
ACT Bronze 999 40Mbps 75 Mbps 100GB 125GB 512 Kbps
ACT Silver 1199 40Mbps 75 Mbps 150GB 175GB 512 Kbps
ACT Gold 1499 75Mbps 100Mbps 200GB 250GB 512 Kbps
ACT Platinum 1999 100 Mbps 150Mbps 250GB 300GB 1 Mbps
ACT Remarkable 2999 100 Mbps 125Mbps 375GB 425GB 2 Mbps
ACT Exceptional 3999 125 Mbps 150Mbps 500GB 550GB 2 Mbps
ACT Phenomenal 4999 125 Mbps 150Mbps 650GB 700GB 2 Mbps

Commenting on the plan upgrades, Bala Malladi, CEO, Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt Ltd, said:

In Delhi we have always witnessed an ever growing demand among consumers for high-speed broadband connectivity. Keeping this in mind, we have revised and upgraded our plans to offer better speeds at no additional costs. We provide promised speeds to our customers – so a customer on 150 mbps plan can expect 150 mbps 24*7,365 days on his connection. We believe this upgrade will further strengthen our presence in the market and help us bring new customers on board.

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