Have you tried it? I can drop cable, and after a few weeks, just register new fiber connection using parents contact info to avoid it right?
thanks for informing anyway, just more reasons to jump to other ISPs whenever available.
@aerunManu Both have their own pros and cons. As for airtel u will have zero downtime zero speeds and packet loss . But the main con is since it's a copper connections max speeds u will get is 40 mbps and uploads are much less in the range of 5 to 10mbps. Otherwise there not bigger problems with airtel. As for asianet it entirely depends on area wise while some areas has issues like packet loss speeds drops while some areas can match airtel in terms of perfomance also u will get higher speeds with asianet . I have almost zero downtime with asianet since I taken the connection. Best thing is to ask around about the asianet with neighbours and take it
Asianet has the best routing which is comparable to airtel
Hi, one clarification... was planning to take asianet fibernet in poojapura trivandrum. As per the installation guy, i need to buy a dual band 5ghz routerwith additional 1.2 k charge tto get a full 150mbps wifi connection, else it will be only 50mbps via a single band router. Why is this so? Are they capping the speed or a substandard router provided?
@ANS yes their single genexis router is giving only 50 mbps, u can buy single band router, and buy another wifi router and put it in the ap mode. From what I know asianet modems are solely their property should be returned upon connection termination