Airtel upgrade free, what about BSNL users?

Thor

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Just saw that Airtel users of 256k unlimited have been upgraded free to 512k unlimited and extra free calls. :blink:
This was posted elsewhere, so look at the picture

http://img394.imageshack.us/my.php?image=airtelplan1lg.jpg

And we are still stuck with 1 Gb limit and 2AM downloads :(
 

max

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yeah, i know. i too am waiting eagerly for airtel to lay their cables in my building :p
 

sachin214

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Originally posted by [email protected] 29 2005, 05:22 AM
Just saw that Airtel users of 256k unlimited have been upgraded free to 512k unlimited and extra free calls.  :blink:
This was posted elsewhere, so look at the picture

http://img394.imageshack.us/my.php?image=airtelplan1lg.jpg

And we are still stuck with 1 Gb limit and 2AM downloads  :(
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This is freedom combo plan which has a 1.25GB limit and not unlimited ,no official announcement for 512kbps unlimited as of now.
 


Raptor

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I opted for BSNL cos Airtel was not available in my locality. I have been waiting for 3 months now for Airtel to lay their lines.
 

srrao

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I use Airtel at my other office at Cbe. Just changed my plan from 256 (limited to 1 GB) to 256 (4GB) with static ip @ 1200/ pm
 


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abdulrahman004

Even if they didnt officially announce the upgrade from 256 to 512 kbps , remember what they did some weeks back ? Yes , they did upgrade all the users from 128 - 256kbps . Still a really lucrative offer. I hope BSNL can atleast double the limit for all its plans. A speed upgrade wouldnt make much of a difference if the data cap remains the same
 

vishalrao

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yep, triple the limits would be good for BSNL... 15 GB for 512k is just about right ... plus the NU time if extra needed
 

thecoolone

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Originally posted by [email protected] 31 2005, 05:21 AM
yep, triple the limits would be good for BSNL... 15 GB for 512k is just about right ... plus the NU time if extra needed
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nah dude, BSNL will never reduce its data cap to such an extent, if it wud then how wud it make money ?? :lol: also we gotta keep in mind tat bsnl is the only mofo ISP which charges u for upload... wat a load of bull i'd say !!
 
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