Bharti AIrtel Introduces High Speed Broadband Plans

Bharti Airtel has introduced high speed broadband internet plans for tier-1 and tier-2 cities in India. The best part about these new plans is that they cost less, have high data download limits and have minimum data speeds of 2mbps in Tier-1 and 1mbps in Tier-2 cities. The cities where this minimum 2mbps broadband plan will be available include Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune.

Here is the detailed tariff structure:

Top 10 Cities

All the plans listed below will have a minimum download speed of 2mbps

Alpha Plan: 3GB data @ Rs. 649

Alpha Plan: 6GB data @ Rs. 799

Max Plan: 10GB data @ Rs. 999

Max Plan: 30GB data @ Rs. 1299

Max Plan: 75GB data @ Rs. 1599

Max Plan: 150GB data @ Rs. 1999

Rest of India

All the plans listed below will have a minimum download speed of 1mbps

Ace Plan: 3GB data @ Rs. 549

Ace Plan: 6GB data @ Rs. 699

Mega Plan: 10GB data @ Rs. 899

Mega Plan: 30GB data @ Rs. 1499

Mega Plan: 75GB data @ Rs. 1999

Airtel’s Chief Marketing Officer – Girish Mehta said while unveiling the plans that raising the broadband internet speed threshold with the new broadband plans will help enhance uptake of the array of content and rich media experience on Airtel broadband.

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  1. I’ve been trying to get an Airtel Broadband connection for the last 13 days in the heart of Bangalore (Richmond Town to be precise). I applied for the Max 30 GBplan and even paid Rs.1299/- as an advance for the line activation and cabling cost. They’ve given me the run around since then. All sorts of excuses for not showing up and getting it done. Now they say that they dont have space on the nearest junction box to support the high speed requirement. Bah! Get your act and infrastructure together guys before thinking of launching more products and creating hype you cannot live up to. Totally dissapointed with Airtels service. You arent able to provide the basic service promised in the heart of one of the largest cities in the country. You just lost yourself a customer. And are doomed to loose many more with a service like this. Goodbye. [email protected]

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