Will Bsnl Be Able To Sustain Bandwidth With Unlimited Connection

netfreak

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Okay, here is the one playing spoilsport (or Davils's Advocate)Generally I have seen good feedback about speed of BSNL/DataOne. Do you feel that BSNL will be able to sustain that level of sevice once people start maxing out their connections with heavy downloads...
 

Sushubh

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thye managed very well during the first 6 months of the launch. they can still do it. the problem is how would they fund the costs of the bandwidth when thye have to buy it from other companies.
 

max

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They have hordes and hordes or bandwidth. They can support a lot more than this ;)
 


Sushubh

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if one colony has 10 heavy downloaders, a city would have thousands of them... we are talking abt a company which provide services in lots of cities not in patches like with sify/airtel... talk abt nationalising broadband connectivity for the first time in india.
 

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Its only a 256k connection.....not a 4-5mbps connection ;) I think they should be able to sustain it.Or they ought to be able to sustain it!!
 

cyrux

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I would like to make one point clear, If BSNL has announced unmilimted plans , not everybody will make a switch. Infact i would say 1 in every 10 person would shift that wouldnt atleast choke up the bandwidth
 


Sushubh

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would you want to be a part of the 9 out of 10 people who should not signup for the unlimited package?
 

gb_baran

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As far as now, the bandwidth is gooooooood... But I already thought of the same thing when they announced the UL plan. Hope they know what they are doing. I was hoping that they would just change the unlimited time from 2 am- 8 am to 10 pm - 8 am or something like that... But UNLIMITED is good when there is not much of users.
 

leomax

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I they would be able to since 256k isnt that high speed.if they need more profit,they should have thier own intl b'width.
 

vshs

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bsnl would definately be able to support.i will make a switch to 256k unlimted from bsnl.. can any one tell me what is the best speed that i would be expecting while uploadingthanks
 

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