RCom and Tata both didn't want to provide a wired connection to my apartment. RCom Netconnect+ provided a more stable connection than the BSNL wired connection that was the 'default' wired ISP for my building. Airtel a few days ago offered a wired internet connection but their 72 hours of installation after receiving papers is up and I'm not certain that the wiring will reach my bed room. RCom also had an abusive manager/supervisor at the nearest outlet (which is closed down) so they have extra negative points in my mind for that. Incase I get a wired Airtel connection to my bedroom, I may switch my primary mobile call network from RCom to Airtel even though RCom has better call reception. RCom doesn't provide micro sims much less nano sims and I'd need a nano sim if I get a 2GB RAM phone from Samsung (Galaxy A5). I personally prefer a brand provider to a commodity provider even if the internet is a utility service. In the long run, brand providers (Airtel) seem to win against commodity providers (RCom) in more developed markets.