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anand_cruise

Newbie
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I am new to this networking thing. I am using BSNL Net One (172222) and it gives on an average about 35Kbps, I live in a remote area so ther is no hope of getting a Broadband anytime soon. Can somebody tell me if there is a way to increase the speed or of any plans offered by BSNL NetOne, faster (atleast 128kbps) even if it is more expensive? Thanks!ANAND
 

Garry1209

Newbie
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Hello Anand, I think my reply will disappoint you but Dial-up doesn't give more than 56kbps, as dial-up modems are only built for 56kbps max. and there is no software that can help you boost the speed , there are plenty that say that they increase the speed but it's all lie. I don't wanna be rude, just wanna tell you the word is 'internet' or simply 'net' not 'networking'. Networking goes on to have a different meaning.
 

jackrabbit

Arrive.Raise Hell.Leave.
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Hi Anand,For the time being, if money is not a constraint , then you can go for Reliance Data Card or Airtel Data Card. The cards wil come within 4K or something( I am not sure on that), and then you can speed atleast double of wut you are having now. Guess around 115Kbps or something. So in a remote area, like your's thats a decent speed. Above that you can even have unlimited limited tariff plans too.You need to call up the respective card companies to know the tariff plans.Regds,Kirty
 


netfreak

Regulars
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Do you have BSNL's FWT/FWP phone in your area? It will give you 100kbps speed. Its called "Garuda" in MTNL Mumbai, something similar must be there in BSNL.If you give me your PIN code, I can check BTS availability in your area.
 

Spawn Freak

Regular
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Get a reliance FWP.... gud speed gives nearabout 90 kbps (wen i had it earlier) n reliance data card (in my dad's lappy) gives 120 kbps...
 

GSV13

Special Member
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Get a as what net freak referred called as bsnl tarang what i remember are giving unlimited connection for 150 bucks you will constantly get 80kbps or more(depends on network) and its cheaper than dial up also.
 


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