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ACT Fibernet upgrades existing broadband plans
MUMBAI: ACT Fibernet, India’s largest non-telco internet service provider (ISP) and third-largest ISP, has upgraded its existing internet plans for customers in Hyderabad starting 1 March by increasing the speed and fair usage policy (FUP) at the same price.
At a similar upgrade in October 2016, ACT Fibernet had increased its entry-level plan A-Max 410 from 1 Mbps to 2 Mbps and is now taking it to a new level of 5 Mbps with download and upload limits of 60 GB each.
Likewise, A-Max 650 has been upgraded to 25 Mbps versus its previous offerings of 10 Mbps with new upload and download FUP of 100 GB at no extra cost. A-Max 1050 is being upgraded to 60 Mbps from speeds of 40 Mbps with new upload and download FUP of 200 GB, again at no extra costs.
With over 70% market share in Hyderabad, ACT Fibernet is Hyderabad’s largest and favoured internet service provider. The new offerings will enable access to high-speed and uninterrupted internet services to subscribers’ meet entertainment, business and utility services requirements.
ACT CEO Bala Malladi commented, “In Line with our philosophy of offering exceptional speeds and download limits that empower our customers, we are upgrading our plans to offer the best speeds and FUP limits at exceptional value to our customers. With the ultimate objective of liberating our customers from speed and data inhibitions, our new plans will open a whole new world of possibilities such as HD and 4K movie downloads.”
Until 31 December 2016, ACT had 1.12 million broadband customers.