ACT Fibernet launches high-speed fiber broadband service in Jaipur

MUMBAI: ACT Fibernet, a fiber broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider), has launched its high-speed fiber broadband services in Jaipur. Aligning with the company’s new brand strategy ‘Feel the Advantage’, ACT Fibernet has introduced broadband plans that will enable residents of Jaipur to experience the advantage of futuristic internet speed and next-gen technology every day.

As part of this move, ACT Fibernet broadband plans will be available to customers beginning 1st March 2019. ACT Silver plan will offer 100 Mbps speed with 500 GB FUP limit, Likewise, ACT Gold plan will offer 150 Mbps with 1000 GB FUP limit.

In addition to this, customers subscribing to any of the broadband plans for a period of 6 months will get 1-month complimentary broadband internet connectivity along with 300 GB additional data over the subscription tenure. Similarly, on subscribing any of the broadband plans for a period of 12 months customers will get 2-month complimentary broadband internet connectivity along with 1200 GB additional data over the subscription tenure. Further, as an introductory offer, installation charges for ACT Fibernet’s broadband connection will be waived for the first 30 days of launch.

Atria Convergence Technologies CEO Bala Malladi said, “Jaipur being one of the fastest-growing and most progressive cities, with its young population, requires cutting edge & futuristic internet technology. We are happy to launch our services in the city. We believe with our pioneering speed and next generation fiber broadband technology, we will help our customers feel the advantage of speed and explore new possibilities in the virtual space. Our goal is to enable them to have an enhanced home internet broadband experience with streaming, gaming, video calling, and much more in real time with uninterrupted connectivity”.

In India 80% of data consumption happens through fixed line broadband, in homes, offices, schools and other enterprises. According to recent reports, the number of broadband subscribers increased by 6.5 million between November 2018 and December 2018 alone. With the government’s constant and fervent efforts to internet-enabled cities, initiatives such as ACT Fibernet’s will boost the country’s digital adoption.

The below table captures all plan details: