ACT Fibernet Introduces 1 Gbps Broadband Services in Bengaluru
ACT Fibernet after launching India’s first 1Gbps wired broadband internet service in Hyderabad earlier this year, now unveiled the services in Bengaluru. The plan will be available at Rs 5,999 for 1 month, Rs 35,994 for 6 months and Rs 71,988 for 12 months subscription. The service was launched by Shri. Priyank Kharge, Minister of IT, Bio Technology, Science & Technology, Tourism, Government of Karnataka.
The 1 Gbps plan will be available for retail and SME (Small Medium Enterprise) customers. Under retail, the plan gives 1 Gbps broadband speed with 1250GB FUP upload and 1250GB FUP Download at Rs. 5999. Users who opt for 6-month plan will get one-month free subscription and for 12-month plan will get two-months free subscription. They can also upgrade the current broadband plan to Giga plan at Rs. 2500 for installation cost and for new consumers the cost is Rs. 5000.
Under Small Medium Enterprise plan, ACT GIGA Plus plan offers 1Gbps speeds with 5TB upload and 5TB download limit at Rs. 15,000. The company said that the ACT SME Exceptional Plus and ACT SME Phenomenal Plus plans will be upgraded to 1Gbps speed in near future.
“Bengaluru has been announced as the city that is most adaptable to digital change and has always been in the forefront of technology and innovation. It is a matter of pride that ACT Fibernet being a Bengaluru founded start up, has become pioneer in India to introduce 1Gbps broadband connectivity in the country and by launching this in Bengaluru today, it would only further enable us to digitize the entire city and supplement the Government of Karnataka’s Vision along with India’s vision to be later in the digital economy. With the launch of 1 Gbps internet in the technology capital of India, it further strengthens Bengaluru’s position as a true Global City. I wish the very best to ACT FIbernet and I’m sure they will play a very important role in the Internet industry of India,” said Shri. Priyank Kharge, Minister of IT, Bio Technology, Science & Technology, Tourism, Government of Karnataka.
“With the success of 1GBps in Hyderabad, I am extremely happy to extend our services in Bengaluru. Known as the tech capital of India, we realised the city needs cutting edge / futuristic internet technology to accelerate its development. We therefore, ramped up our network with Giga technology and will now provide full coverage for individual home and corporate organisation. I am confident that as we keep introducing such advanced technology across cities we will soon witness a societal transformation,”said Bala Malladi, CEO, Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt. Ltd.