Airtel Broadband Fibrenet FTTH Plans for Delhi NCR!

Sushubh

Administrator
#71
lol. from what i hear.. the fibrenet plans are only available in few societies in gurgaon. i guess they laid down these fibers in these new societies as a test.
 
#72
ARE PLANS TO THEEK HAI but tell me does is work good m switching to fibrenet 15gb and i expect much lower pings and much higher speed bcz when i asked those ppl i want to migrate my plan to fibrenet 15gb they said no wires will be changes they will just connectm the copper cable to Fibre in the DP and no need for ethernet cable for that ! plz help ! should I take that plan bcz a freind said FTTH is good as long as they give u ethernet cable instead of copper (dsl wala) !
 

x720

Incoherent Poster
Regulars
#73
Alright. You seem to be the first documented user in that case :p Pings are bound to be lower. Where in NCR are you ?
 


x720

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#74
Also, if they are going to connect the phone line to copper, I'm not sure if thatd be FTTH, or even fttb.More like fttn/fiber to the cabinet. So, speed limitations are bound to exist. Itd be great to have mgc, give some insight on this !
 
#75
Alright. You seem to be the first documented user in that case :p Pings are bound to be lower. Where in NCR are you ?

I LIVE IN RAJA GARNDEN near rajouri garden
and i think it is FTTH since on the website its written FTTH sites only
 

mgcarley

Founder, Hayai Broadband
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#76
ARE PLANS TO THEEK HAI but tell me does is work good m switching to fibrenet 15gb and i expect much lower pings and much higher speed bcz when i asked those ppl i want to migrate my plan to fibrenet 15gb they said no wires will be changes they will just connectm the copper cable to Fibre in the DP and no need for ethernet cable for that ! plz help !
should I take that plan bcz a freind said FTTH is good as long as they give u ethernet cable instead of copper (dsl wala) !

Ethernet cable would be FTTB and isn't what Airtel is advertising (and, by the way, is still copper). FTTH means they will be giving you a new modem & new cable in to your premises. Only the cable between the modem and your computer will be the same type.

Also, if they are going to connect the phone line to copper, I'm not sure if thatd be FTTH, or even fttb.

More like fttn/fiber to the cabinet. So, speed limitations are bound to exist.

Itd be great to have mgc, give some insight on this !

If they connect the phone line to anything, it's DSL (ADSL or VDSL) and not FTTH. FTTC/N just means they are running the DSLAM at a closer location to you than they would otherwise (on your street or in your building instead of at the central office) - end of the day, it's still DSL. In the unlikely event that Airtel would be advertising an FTTC/N/B configuration as FTTH I would hope they got their asses kicked by the advertising standards council (ASCI).