Airtel Broadband Fibrenet FTTH Plans for Delhi NCR!

anant.del

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#81
Just a headsup before buying, now a days a bit of yutbe and flash with just chrome kicks my C2D's butt so hard. The usage and ram hits 2GB in no time and then if VLC is on playing and yutbe is played the vid starts to lag.
 

pteek

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#84
mgcarley said:
...he says to a man building an FTTH network...Yes, I know what they have and I'm very well aware of what an FTTH network entails.What I was saying is that because of the existing cabinets [where their current fibre terminates in a DSLAM] and conduits, blowing new fibre from the street to the building, splitting it in the basement and running the cable up to the apartment won't take too much time because very little digging is required and all that would be required is to replace or supplement the DSLAM with an OLT suitable for whichever type of network they propose to build (god I hope it's GPON rather than EPON). Most cabinets will take both and they've already got the electricity supply.Due to these factors, the stretch for them to upgrade your existing DSL line to FTTH is a lot smaller than you might imagine because they already have a very large amount of plant already in place. And with a team the size of Airtel's (many thousands) they can get more done in less time than say, my team of
 

vj_0987

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#86
man i like the service of airtel too much but the cost is too high....
but by the way it is not available in bhopal . i dont know why...i used the 2mbps plan previously..
 


#87
I apologize in advance since I'm crossposting this from the 'Suggest Broadband' forum.
I'm moving to Nirvana Country in Gurgaon. Have been using You Broadband for 2 years in Sushant lok without much to complain about. Unfortunately they don't cover Nirvana. Any idea what would be a good ISP in the area?
Thanks.
 
#88
Any update on the upload speed ? Is it still capped at 1mbps ? I am in a fix to choose b/w Nextra/Airtel...If the upload speeds are still capped at 1mbps, i am left with no other option that to go with Nextra. Although, lot of my friends have witnessed lower pings on Airtel FTTH as of when compared with Nextra.
 
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mgcarley said:
...he says to a man building an FTTH network...Yes, I know what they have and I'm very well aware of what an FTTH network entails.What I was saying is that because of the existing cabinets [where their current fibre terminates in a DSLAM] and conduits, blowing new fibre from the street to the building, splitting it in the basement and running the cable up to the apartment won't take too much time because very little digging is required and all that would be required is to replace or supplement the DSLAM with an OLT suitable for whichever type of network they propose to build (god I hope it's GPON rather than EPON). Most cabinets will take both and they've already got the electricity supply.Due to these factors, the stretch for them to upgrade your existing DSL line to FTTH is a lot smaller than you might imagine because they already have a very large amount of plant already in place. And with a team the size of Airtel's (many thousands) they can get more done in less time than say, my team of