256k for unlimited was achieved by lots of sweat and hard work. The forum members got together and mounted an email campaign which forced the BSNL to introduce new plans. Now, the question arises whether should be petition again to TRAI to re introduce the definition of Broadband as 512k? There are couple of problems here:1) What do you need faster access for? The content service providers don't exist. You Tube/ Google Video has a neglible audience from India. 2)File sharing is "illegal". You wish to download songs? Your ISP would start monitoring the connection. 3)Video Conferencing? How many people do that? Does the usage base justify the expenses involved ?4)1 Mbps is availble from BSNL at a steep price of 3000 per month with a download limit. Technically speaking its available, but then, how many customers would opt for it? 5)Set up VPN: It's still "illegal" AFAIK as per BSNL. Hence, we need a clear direction as to why we need unlimited broadband at higher speeds. Once this is clear to us, we could start petitioning TRAI. Thats a later story. How many among you would like to work for better connectivity?