|PLAN NAME ->||HD Elite||HD3 Stream||HD Bliss||HD4 Stream|
|Speed||50 Mbps||50 Mbps||50 Mbps||50 Mbps|
|FUP (Monthly)||50 GB||100 GB||150 GB||200 GB|
|Post FUP||2 Mbps||2 Mbps||3 Mbps||3 Mbps|
|Subscription Charges (INR)3 Months||2549||2999||3899||4499|
|Subscription Charges (INR)6 Months||4949||5699||7599||8599|
|Subscription Charges (INR)12 Months||9349||1099||14299||16499|
|Plan Name||Internet Speed||Monthly data limit (Download + Upload)||*Extra GB||Post FUP Speed||Monthly Rental (Rs.)|
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Difference between Wireless, DSL, Optical Fiber:
It wouldn’t come as a surprise that consumers cannot tell the difference between DSL, Optic Fiber, and Wireless connections. There’s no shame in not knowing about it because life is a learning process.
Wireless: Currently, many ISP are offering Wireless connections in urban cities to the consumers. The Internet Service Provider eliminates the cable, and he provides you access to the Wifi Internet that router installed near to your house. There are few ISP, who let you use WIFI installed in stores, restaurants, shopping malls, and any place where XXX ISP added their routers in India. The company provides you Login with a password; then you can use it anywhere in India.
DSL: DSL full form is Digital subscriber line, which is the first line that enabled Internet connection possible in India. The DSL connections are spread throughout India, which covers urban cities to villages. The downside of the DSL connection is speed, and 15MBPS is the final Internet speed DSL can offer.
Fiber Optic:Optical Fiber is the next generation technology of DSL. You can say that it is an improved version of DSL, where the Optical Fiber cut the cost to 25% and the maximum speed Fiber can offer is 100MBPS. The downside of Optical Fiber connections is that the infrastructure is limited to urban cities only. While DSL connections are throughout India, so it’s going to take a long time to replace DSL with Optical Fiber.
How we rate Broadband services:
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