Excitel Broadband launches broadband plan salesEstimated reading time: 1 minute, 30 seconds
Excitel Broadband yesterday announced the launch of broadband plan sales wherein it will be offering high speed internet upto 300Mbps to its broadband users in the 12 cities wherein it currently operates starting as low as Rs 399 per month.
The company will offer 100Mbps unlimited plan at Rs 699 per month, 200Mbps unlimited plan at Rs 849 per month, and 300Mbps unlimited plan at Rs 999 per month. Those who subscribe to quarterly, four months, semi-annual, nine months, and annual subscription will get discounted tariff.
|PREPAID MONTHS||FOR STREAMERS (100 Mbps)||FOR DOWNLOADERS (200 Mbps)||FOR GAMERS (300 Mbps)|
The 100Mbps unlimited plan is available at Rs 565 per month with 3 month subscription, Rs 508 per month with 4 month subscription, Rs 490 with 6 month subscription, Rs 424 with 9 month subscription, and Rs 399 with 12 month subscription.
Similarly the 200Mbps unlimited plan is available at Rs 638 per month with 3 month subscription. Excitel currently is offering only 1 month and 3 month subscription option for 200Mbps plan.
Excitel’s 300Mbps unlimited plan is available at Rs 752 per month with 3 month subscription, Rs 636 per month with 4 month subscription, Rs 600 per month with 6 month subscription, Rs 533 with 9 month subscription, and Rs 499 with 12 month subscription.
“With an explosion of smart devices, rising Internet penetration and the advent of bandwidth-intensive graphical/video content and apps, ISPs and telcos will have to offer abundant usage at affordable prices to consumers in order to propel the growth of Broadband. All our plans are truly unlimited without any FUP or restriction of any kind on data usage, a feature which strangely no other ISP is providing and ideally everyone should.”
Vivek Raina, Excitel co-founder and CEO
The new tariff plans are already in effect since October 26. The plans come without any FUP and are said to be truly unlimited. The company will also expand its operation to another 50 cities by the end of 2021.
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