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Airtel Broadband's latest internet plans for Delhi NCR

Discussion in 'Airtel Broadband' started by Navjot Singh, Feb 6, 2017.

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  1. Navjot Singh

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    Barring minor changes, these new plans are very similar to the plans available through their pamphlet.

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    Sources, please. Time to talk to Airtel once more and reduce my plan cost.
     
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    It's official. Got it from the website.
     
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    ^ Got it. Emailed CC. Let's see what they get back with.
     
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    Rather they should had updated post FUP to 1 mbps, would had customer more happy.
     
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    ^^ 1MBPS? They should do it 2 or 4 MBPS. They are loosing their business in metro cities.
     
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    Good to see new plans, hope they add this plan for all regions.
     
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    they are only losing customers where a local service provider has launched faster plans. they are still the preferred choice in most markets where no competition exists. if they start offering 4mbps as basic speeds, no one would be paying for higher plan as most people are quite content with 4mbps and airtel does not even have faster speeds in a lot of areas. airtel is just enjoying the moment while they can. eventually they would most likely be relevant in even smaller pockets. there is no way they can compete with the local players with DSL based plans and god knows if they are even expanding their fiber presence. jio would most likely kill their remaining market within the next decade.

    ps: i pay airtel more money every month than excitel just because it's reliable. excitel has been fairly reliable but there are no guarantees. airtel has a track record and that forces me to keep them for backup. of course the unlimited calls component does not hurt. i would have found it very hard to keep paying airtel if my parents were not making good use of the calling option. in my area airtel broadband is shite. 4mbps is peak speed and the connection gets unusable if i upload anything. i end up not using the internet when excitel is down. it is just so so bad in comparison.
     
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    @Sushubh nicely said, they are loosing customers in a faster pace. And now only they have introduced V-Fiber, which should have been introduced before itself. And feasibility is very bad, our area is not feasible till yesterday (almost 5 years). Today they say it is feasible, but i am scared to apply as they in the end will say something and cancel the connection.
     
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