New packages launched today for kolkata users

bajechele

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From Alliance Broadband :thumbup::thumbup:
 

audioslave

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One More ISP woke up by Beam's Butt Kick!:naughtybottom:Some More Should Come out like this and play with Airtel.
 


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Alliance is Kolkata based, they have nothing to do with Beam. But I showed beam tarrifs to some Alliance people who told they would look about this and wallah they introduced new packs though not as good as beam's but still enough to butt kick bsnl.BSNL 750 UL 512kbpsALLIANCE 750 UL 560kbps with NIGHT 3mbps :solid:
 

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Peering is the arrangement of traffic exchange between Internet service providers (ISPs). Larger ISPs with their own backbone networks agree to allow traffic from other large ISPs in exchange for traffic on their backbones. They also exchange traffic with smaller ISPs so that they can reach regional end points. Essentially, this is how a number of individual network owners put the Internet together. To do this, network owners and access providers, the ISPs, work out agreements that describe the terms and conditions to which both are subject. Bilateral peering is an agreement between two parties. Multilateral peering is an agreement between more


Peering requires the exchange and updating of router information between the peered ISPs, typically using the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Peering parties interconnect at network focal points such as the network access points (NAP) in the United States and at regional switching points. Initially, peering arrangements did not include an exchange of money. More recently, however, some larger ISPs have charged smaller ISPs for peering. Each major ISP generally develops a peering policy that states the terms and conditions under which it will peer with other networks for various types of traffic.

Source: WEB.
Probably the speed is not Guaranteed !
May be similar to telephone calls of Airtel/Reliance etc
being routed via MTNL/BSNL etc and the other way round.
 


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