ACT Fibernet launches Giga speed plans in Chennai

R Dinakaran Chennai | Updated on August 10, 2018 Published on August 10, 2018

ACT Fibernet has launched the 1Gbps (Giga speeds, 1000 Mbps) wired broadband Internet service in Chennai. Speaking on the launch, Bala Malladi, CEO, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd, said, “High-speed fiber broadband is the future of Internet, and we are delighted to launch our super-fast Giga speed in Chennai. With this proposition at an attractive price point, we believe we will be able to service high-end customers, start-ups, co-working spaces, cafes, hotels, and enterprises. Further, the growth of animation, high-end, real-time video/ movie/ sound processing units, SaaS start-ups and other related industries will get a huge fillip with this technology. We are confident that our new offering will empower our customers and amplify their experience with ACT Fibernet”.

The Giga plan will cost Rs 2,999 per month. ACT Fibernet offers a one-month free subscription on subscribing for six months, and two months free subscription if they subscribe for 12 months. Customers will have to pay a one-time installation fees of Rs 2,000 to upgrade to GIGA plans.

ACT Fibernet has also upgraded the existing fixed term broadband plans for retail, SOHO and SME, which will allow users to enjoy higher speeds and FUP limits beginning August 8 at no additional cost.

ACT Basic has been upgraded to 120 GB FUP limit with 30 Mbps speed; ACT Blaze has been upgraded to 500 GB FUP limit with 100 Mbps speed; ACT Blast Promo has been upgraded to 1000 GB FUP limit with 100 Mbps speed; and ACT Storm has been upgraded to 1250 GB FUP limit with 125 Mbps speed. Likewise, ACT Lightning has upgraded to 1500 FUP limit with 150 Mbps speed, ACT Thunder has been upgraded to 1750 FUP limit with 200 Mbps speed and ACT Incredible has been upgraded to 2000 GB FUP limit with 250 Mbps speed.

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Published on August 10, 2018
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