Airtel providing 2 Mbps unlimited for 700 INR in Hyderabad

ronnie_1712

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Just a quick heads-up guys. Airtel is providing 2 Mbps "unlimited" plan in Hyderabad, for 700 per month. There are other plans as well, but I found this one to be the best VFM. 2 Mbps till 10 GB, 256 kbps post that.

Other plans -

1. 1 Mbps - 550 pm, 10 GB - post 10 GB, 256 kbps

2. 2 Mbps - 1150 pm, 50 GB - post 50 GB, 256 kbps

3. 4 Mbps - 850 pm, 10 GB - post 10 GB, 256 kbps

4. 4 Mbps - 1250 pm, 50 GB - post 50 GB, 256 kbps

Not sure if these are limited period offers, but sound okay. Still nothing compared to You Broadband's 800 pm, 10 Mbps, 30 GB, 2 Mbps plans, though!

PS: my source is this pamphlet I was given yesterday -- www.i.imgur.com/LoLSN.jpg
 

Sushubh

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lol. almost all the plans from airtel are 'unlimited' in nature. unlimited is a funny term when it comes to service providers.
 


ronnie_1712

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call it dual speed. It's true unlimited, not the ones where you pay after a certain amount of data is over.well I'm happy they at least don't charge post 10 GB.
 

balajik

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Crawling @256kbps post 10GB is equivalent to commiting suicide.But, these plan rates are cheaper than usual.
 

ronnie_1712

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that's what I'm paying for, with BSNL. No fup, but then it's 256k all along.
 


Sushubh

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it's hyderabad. city of beam right? airtel is known to offer cheaper plans in cities where there is serious competition.
 

balajik

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Irony is the FUP of the 700 plan you mentioned is not seen because of the light lol.
Yeah but he's mentioned it in his post.
 

ronnie_1712

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it's hyderabad. city of beam right? airtel is known to offer cheaper plans in cities where there is serious competition.

yeah, but I don't know, many friends have complained about Beam's services.
 

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