ACT Fibernet Expands its Broadband Operations to Madurai, Plans Start at Rs 599

By September 11th, 2018 AT 2:26 PM

ACT Fibernet or Atria Convergence Technologies Limited has now expanded its wired broadband operations to Madurai city located in Tamil Nadu. ACT Fibernet has introduced broadband plans for both Retail and SOHO (Small office, home office) customers. The Retail plans start at Rs 599, and the Internet Service Provider has launched a total of four plans. At the same time, ACT Fibernet stated that it’s serving nearly 1.3 million homes in across 15 cities where it has operations. Recently, ACT Fibernet expanded its broadband operations to Warangal city and also launched 1 Gbps broadband plan in Chennai city.

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ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans in Madurai

Under Retail, ACT Fibernet has introduced two broadband plans of Rs 599 and Rs 799. The Rs 599 broadband plan aka ACT Silver comes bundled with 150GB FUP limit and 50 Mbps speed, while the Rs 799 broadband plan (ACT Gold) offers 300GB of FUP limit every month and 100 Mbps speeds.

Similarly, for SOHO (Small office, home office), the ACT SOHO Lightning plan offers 600GB FUP limit with 100 Mbps speed and ACT SOHO Incredible provides 1000GB FUP limit with 150 Mbps speed.

Commenting on the launch Mr Sandeep Gupta, COO, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd. said,” Madurai is one of the major cities of Tamil Nadu, and in a short span of time the city has emerged to be an important industrial and educational hub. As a result, people have become more digitally savvy, which has further led to an incessant demand for a reliable and fast internet broadband service. Our aim is to empower every citizen in India with high-speed internet broadband connectivity, and we are very happy to bring our services to the consumers of Madurai”.

ACT Fibernet Now Has Operations in 16 Cities

With the launch of its fibre broadband services in Madurai, ACT Fibernet is now offering services in 16 cities- Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Eluru, Guntur, Hyderabad, Kakinada, Madurai, Nellore, Rajahmundry, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Vishakhapatnam and Warangal.

With operations spread across 16 cities, ACT Fibernet is serving 1.3 million homes, which is not the company’s user base. ACT Fibernet often terms itself as India’s largest fibre broadband service provider.

ACT Fibernet Offering 1200GB of FlexyBytesPlus to Users in Madurai

Alongside broadband plans, the ISP has also introduced various offers for users choosing a plan for six months or one year. ACT Fibernet is offering a total of 1200GB FlexyBytesPlus to the users for selecting the plan for one year.

Users in Madurai city choosing the ACT Silver and ACT Gold plans for six months will get one month of free service and 300GB of FlexyBytesPlus data. And for users choosing the plan for 12 months, ACT Fibernet is offering two months of free service and 1200GB of FlexyBytesPlus data.

And with ACT SOHO Lightning, ACT SOHO Incredible plans, ACT is giving 600GB FlexyBytesPlus and 1200GB FlexyBytesPlus data with six months and one-year rental plans.

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