BSNL: 2007 is year of broadband in India

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BSNL: 2007 is year of broadband in India
Government owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced the next year as the year of the broadband services in India.
The company has announced their plans to increase the broadband speed for their customers from 256 kbps to up to 2 mbps.
This service would be provided for a [...]

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he was talking about unlimited bandwidth
 


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and whats that with data caps? unlimited speeds? nounlimited availability? nowhats unlimited in that case?
 

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QUOTE(avinds @ Dec 24 2006, 12:58 PM) [snapback]71595[/snapback]
he was talking about unlimited bandwidth
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An adsl line if allowed to explode at full rate could peak 8mbps while adsl2+ could hit 24mbps.
We could achieve 60% of these theoretical limit easily so what kind of unlimited speed is this?
 

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QUOTE(Sushubh @ Dec 24 2006, 05:57 PM) [snapback]71618[/snapback]
and whats that with data caps?

unlimited speeds? no

unlimited availability? no

whats unlimited in that case?
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unlimited stupidities

unlimited lies

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That was a good one Max... But I don't know if BSNL is really going to upgrade the connection from the 1st of Jan... Till now there is no news regarding the upgrade officially in their website and no info about the new tariff plans. Less than a week to new year now but BSNL still keeps silent... At least they should have announced the plans before a week. If they are not gonna announce it right after Christmas then I really doubt they will do it...Moreover the news that was announced about the upgrade was not very widespread. It came up in some newspapers and there was no news regarding this in my local newspapers. I mean I don't think it reached the ears of many. Are they really gonna upgrade??? Nobody knows...
 

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