ACT Fibernet Increases FUP Limit on All Broadband Plans by Up to 1TB in Bengaluru

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ACT Fibernet or Atria Convergence Technologies has revised its broadband plans in Bengaluru city. Among all the cities where ACT Fibernet has operations, Bengaluru plans aren’t that impressive compared to other cities. However, the company has changed it now because the FUP limit on all the plans in Bengaluru city has been increased now. ACT Fibernet’s premium broadband plan in Bengaluru is the Rs 5,999 one and it ships with 1 Gbps speeds. Now, the plan offers 3.5TB of FUP limit, which is an increase from the earlier 2.5TB limit. ACT Fibernet has a total of ten plans in the city and eight of them ship with additional 1500GB of data valid for a period of six months. The new plans are already effective in the city and the customers will be automatically moved to the new plans. Besides the FUP limit, the broadband operator also upped the speeds of all plans by at least 25 Mbps.

ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans Under Rs 1,000 in Bengaluru

As mentioned above, ACT Fibernet has a total of ten broadband plans in Bengaluru and they start at Rs 685. The first plan in the list is ACT Swift which used to offer 15 Mbps speeds and 100GB FUP limit; After the revision, the same plan offers 40 Mbps speeds and 200GB FUP for one month. Sadly, this plan does not come with any additional data like other ACT Fibernet plans in Bengaluru and the cost of this plan is Rs 685 (excluding taxes).

Under Rs 1,000, ACT Fibernet has another plan called ACT Rapid Plus priced at Rs 959. The plan now comes with 75 Mbps speeds and 350GB of FUP limit every month, and this plan is also part of the company’s 1500GB additional data offer. After FUP speeds of both the ACT Swift and ACT Rapid Plus is 512 Kbps.

ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans Under Rs 2,000 in Bengaluru

Between Rs 1,000 and Rs 2,000, the Internet Service Provider has four plans- ACT Blaze, ACT Storm, ACT Lightning and ACT Incredible, priced at Rs 1,059, Rs 1,159, Rs 1,399 and Rs 1,999, respectively. The ACT Blaze plan now offers 100 Mbps speeds, up from the earlier 75 Mbps speeds and it now has a monthly FUP limit of 450GB. The ACT Storm plan offers 150 Mbps speeds with 650GB, followed by the ACT Lightning plan with 200 Mbps speeds and 800GB FUP limit per month. Lastly, the ACT Incredible plan has 250 Mbps speeds and 1TB FUP limit. All these four plans also come with 1500GB extra data for new users which will be valid for six months.

ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans Above Rs 2,000 in Bengaluru

Above Rs 2,000, ACT has four plans- ACT Essential, ACT Advance, ACT Progress and ACT Giga. Besides the ACT Giga broadband plan, the rest three plans come with 250 Mbps speeds and a FUP limit of 1.5TB, 2TB and 3TB, respectively. Lastly, we have the ACT Giga plan priced at Rs 5,999 with a new FUP limit of 3.5TB.

On top of the revised plans, ACT Fibernet is also providing extra service for customers choosing the plans for a longer period. For example, if a customer chooses the ACT Giga plan in Bengaluru for 12 months, then the company will provide an additional six months of service for free. ACT Fibernet is running the extra service offer in several cities.

Chakri K

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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