ACT Fibernet Revises Select Broadband Plans Upping Speeds by 50 Mbps

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ACT Fibernet has become one of the major broadband service providers in the country. It is also India’s largest fibre-focused wired broadband ISP (Internet Service Provider) which has been known to launch operations in some of the biggest cities of India and other significant circles. Now in a new move, Atria Convergence Technologies has upgraded and revised its plans in one of its most crucial circle of Chennai. Now subscribers in Chennai will be able to benefit from the revised plans of ACT Fibernet and enjoy faster and uninterrupted broadband speed at no additional cost.

ACT Fibernet Plan Upgrade Details

ACT Fibernet has also announced that these changes will be live starting July 15. Under the new revision, one of the most popular plans of ACT Fibernet, ACT Blast Promo has been upgraded from 100 Mbps to 150 Mbps speed with 1000 GB FUP limit. The ACT Storm plan has been upgraded from 125 Mbps speed to 175 Mbps speed with 1250 GB FUP limit. Lastly, ACT Lightning plan has been upgraded from 150 Mbps to 200 Mbps speed with 1500 GB FUP limit and ACT Incredible has been upgraded from 250 Mbps to 300 Mbps speed with 2000 GB FUP limit.

ACT Fibernet Getting On with the Competition in Broadband Sector

It is worth noting that with the increasingly competitive broadband sector in India, ACT Fibernet is eyeing new customers and is also trying to hold on to its subscribers lest the customers be migrating to Reliance Jio GigaFiber in the coming days. On these lines, ACT Fibernet has increased the speeds on its Blast Promo, Storm, Lightning and Incredible plans by 50 Mbps. However, the monthly data limits on these plans remain the same. The first three plans, i.e. ACT Blast Promo, ACT Storm and ACT Lightning come with 1 Mbps post-FUP speed while the ACT Incredible plan comes with a post-FUP speed of 2 Mbps.

Talking about the new revisions on the ACT Plans, Mr Sandeep Gupta, COO, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd. commented, “With online streaming, gaming and smart homes gaining momentum among customers fast and reliable home broadband connectivity is a necessity. Sensing the market needs we have upgraded our broadband to empower and enable customers to do and achieve more in the digital space”.

ACT Customers Enjoying 100GB Extra Data Under World Cup Offer

It is also interesting to note that since the past few months, ACT Fibernet has been bullish on the broadband sector and has been making consumer-centric moves to attract more and more subscribers. As a result, ACT Fibernet has introduced some attractive offers and products. The brand has also forayed into the consumer product segment with the launch of ACT Stream TV 4K. ACT Fibernet was also providing flexybytes+ plan worth of Rs 600 for free to its customers providing them 100GB data valid for three months as part of World Cup offer. The free 100GB data was credited to customers on July 6, and it would be valid till August 30.

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