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Sushubh

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hmm. it probably does not really require a bill to be passed in the parliament.

and looks like you are right. even in april 2018, they were still planning to raise it to 2mbps.

Internet in India - Wikipedia

anyways. most isps including bsnl have themselves boosted speeds on their plans. though post fup speeds fall down to 1mbps. anyone else decreasing it to as low as 512kbps on wired broadband these days?
 

prudhvee

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I use bsnl 10mbps, I forced to set the port to 8mbps to make it stable. 150GB fup, myparents reach 100gb every month.

but there's 100mbps plan available in my village from Dvois-ion reseller.
for 650, 50mbps 300GB plan is a sweet spot, too bad the network is unreliable.


My point is bandwidth capacity is increasing every month, we shouldn't care the post fup minimum speed if the fup is high enough.

Airtel in metros is doing a decent job with fup limits.
 

prudhvee

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fup is officially 512kbps to allow wireless carries to call themselves broadband even at 400kbps

India has 480 million broadband users, 400 million of whom are mobile users.

If minimum speed is changed to 2mbps, that number drops drastically.
 


prudhvee

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my numbers may have been wrong, but the point is the same

18 Million wired broadband: 258 million mobile broadband
 
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