MTNL Delhi Launches Two FTTH Broadband Plans with 100 Mbps and 50 Mbps Download and 10Mbps Upload Speed

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today announced the launch of two new FTTH Broadband plans with 100Mbps and 50 Mbps Downloading and 10Mbps Uploading speed for its high end customers in Delhi circle.

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MTNL FTH-3000 come at monthly rental of Rs.3000 offers 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload speed till the 120 GB data usage. After 120 GB data usage (Upload+Downloads), speed is downgraded to 1Mbps for further Unlimited data usage.

While MTNL FTH-5000 plan offers offers 100 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload speed till 200 GB. After FUP of data usage, speed is downgraded to 1Mbps for all further unlimited usage.

MTNL 100Mbps and 50Mbps FTTH Broadband plan_delhi

Both new plans will be available as a Promotional offer for 90 days w.e.f. 21.11.2013 to 18.02.2014 and may be continued after market response.

MTNL Delhi also offering Unlimited FTTH Broadband plans with FUP, starting from Rs.1000 with 10Mbps speed in Delhi circle as earlier we shared on TelecomTalk.

This Article Was Written By: Sanjay Bafna

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  • Arshad November 22, 2013 2:23 pm, 2:23 PM

    its only for commercial use specially for offices huge companies and organizations they will cap their speed through mac on router. For business use.

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    • Sunil November 30, 2013 1:14 am, 1:14 AM

      The main thing is the money who will pay mate tell me , in Germany had been living and US too but for so high speeds the charges are so enormous so only good for the companies then what you will do with so high speed only down load ? in other countries never saw so much download like India so they put limits i think as not so familiar now from long only short visit to homeland. if people are ready to pay they get what they want every where but when not then be happy what you got or getting. Same if you want a Porsche then the cost ? maintenance and all but when a Suzuki car the cost will be half even in fuel and maintainence.

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  • What What November 22, 2013 1:51 pm, 1:51 PM

    NOOO!! Why do you drop the speed to 1Mbps??? That’s exactly 1% of the pre-FUP. Nonsense! Cut it by 50% if you want, even 75%, but why 99%?? With this plan, I’ll be lightning fast for the first week of the month, and then have to suffer 1Mbps for the rest of the month. I’d rather you just take your 1Mbps truly unlimited plan.

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    • Sunil November 30, 2013 1:46 am, 1:46 AM

      FUP as it looks a must for the country like our Bharat due to the piracy of the film music or software or of the platform like window. No where else may be china so the limit is there. Why not in other countries in the word !!!! just because they do not download so much. I am in Japan in Tokyo and the Glass Fiber connection of 1 Gb but how much and what all wil i download same question i asked the Nippon people so the limit has to be introduced due to the piracy . the speed we are getting are perfect too. remember the cost of the lamborghini if you want to be the fastest ? then you insurance fuel and all how much so be happy with the speed and the FUP . Be happy and cheers .

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  • Noice November 22, 2013 1:47 pm, 1:47 PM

    An excellent connection for a fair price (by Indian standards). But why must you FUP me so badly? I will blaze through 200GB in a week with a 100Mbps connection. I already consume more than 400GB a month, and thats with an 4Mbps line!

    For those complaining about the price, get used to it, you live in India.

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    • Pankaj November 22, 2013 3:14 pm, 3:14 PM

      which isp and plan also place??

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  • Arup Ghosh November 22, 2013 10:50 am, 10:50 AM

    Its better to get a able broadband connection in that price.

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  • George November 21, 2013 7:52 pm, 7:52 PM

    But the i think the price is high!
    Are these guys aiming for large Firms or IT industry?

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    • Sunil November 30, 2013 1:49 am, 1:49 AM

      The prices are not high just tell me what you want a speed of lamborghini !!!! then you must pay for the cost too if not be happy a´like other with the Maruti or Suzuki. Both brings you to your destination.

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  • yash November 21, 2013 6:08 pm, 6:08 PM

    now thats why i called mtnl the boss of all , atleast now bsnl should think about new broadband plans and speed upgrade the min. download speed !!

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  • Amar November 21, 2013 5:31 pm, 5:31 PM

    w.e.f. 21.11.2013 to 18.02.2013 it should be 18.02.2014

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  • Esmail November 21, 2013 5:12 pm, 5:12 PM

    Rather than offering 50 and 100 Mbps plans they should double the FUP threshold of existing 10Mbps plans keeping the tariffs constant.

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    • Sunil November 30, 2013 2:26 am, 2:26 AM

      i am in IT and the problem in Mera Bharat Mahan is that people download like a record breaker then any country in the world so, what will you do then simply to put the FUP as so called or the speed limit no other way .

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  • spiderman November 21, 2013 4:23 pm, 4:23 PM

    Need FTH-1000, with 60 GB !!

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    • Sunil November 30, 2013 2:31 am, 2:31 AM

      Time is not far but you will see when the anti piracy things get more hot you will get the same so called FUP reason in Kansas with Google i saw what all can you do with 1 GB/s but no body downloads the way in india specially from the bittorrent that is illegal that is th reason why the FUP is so wildly observed in India.

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