ACT Fibernet Expands Broadband Operations to Jaipur, Launches Three Plans With Speeds Up to 150 Mbps

ACT Fibernet now has its operations in 16 cities with majority of them being located in South India

Highlights
  • ACT Fibernet makes Jaipur its 16th city to launch high-speed broadband services
  • The ISP is offering up to 150 Mbps speeds in Jaipur city

ACT Fibernet has expanded its operations to Jaipur city now, making it the 16th city. With this expansion, the Internet Service Provider (ISP) would be looking to take on the existing providers like Nextra, BSNL as they’re providing some competitive plans in the city. In total, ACT Fibernet or Atria Convergence Technologies has launched three high-speed broadband plans in Jaipur and they offer up to 150 Mbps speeds. Notably, the prices of these plans are reasonable too. On top of that, ACT Fibernet is providing some additional offers to Jaipur residents. But sadly, it did not introduce the Amazon Fire TV Stick scheme in Jaipur which is underwhelming. And yes, subscribers will also get 1.2TB or 1200GB of additional data if they choose a single plan for one year.

ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans in Jaipur Detailed

As noted, ACT Fibernet has launched a total of three plans in Jaipur and they are named as ACT Silver, ACT Gold and ACT Platinum. In other cities like Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi and Chennai, the ISP is offering more than ten broadband plans. While the plan options are very limited at three, the prices of these plans are very reasonable when compared to the same plans of ACT in other cities.

The first plan on the list is ACT Silver which offers 100 Mbps internet speeds with monthly FUP limit of 500GB along with post FUP speeds of 1 Mbps at a monthly rental of Rs 749. Users choosing the ACT Silver plan for six months will be eligible for one month of free service, zero installation charges and 300GB of additional data. And for users who choose the same plan for 12 months or one year will get two months of free service and 1200GB of additional data.

The ACT Gold plan of Rs 999 offers 150 Mbps speeds with 1000GB monthly FUP limit and 1 Mbps after FUP speeds. Lastly, the ACT Platinum plan of Rs 1,249 ships with 150 Mbps speeds and 1250GB of FUP along with post FUP speeds of 2 Mbps. Users who choose the ACT Gold and ACT Platinum for six or 12 months will be eligible for the benefits mentioned above with the ACT Silver plan.

ACT Fibernet Modifies Brand Identity

For years now, ACT Fibernet is one of the major wired broadband service providers in South Indian cities such as Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Vijayawada and others. But ACT Fibernet is looking to expand its operators across all the major cities and make itself a pan-India operator. Last month, ACT Fibernet revamped its logo and brand identity. It introduced a new scheme wherein subscribers will be eligible for free Amazon Fire TV Stick along with Fire TV Remote on six, 12-month plans.

The company is yet to announce what are the steps it’s going to take this year and how it’s going to tackle Jio GigaFiber. One feature which we would love to see from ACT Fibernet is Data Carry forward option like how Bharti Airtel, Spectra and YOU Broadband are offering.

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Anagh

I’ve been an ACT customer in Bengaluru since 2013. The plans in Bengaluru is more expensive than in other cities. I’m planning to shift if they don’t bring some better plans.

Yash Pal
Yash Pal

Just wait a little bit. The moment Jio comes to Bengaluru, they will be forced to revise their plans.

Anagh
Anagh

I agree. But ACT was started in Bengaluru. So it should have had a better advantage over other cities.

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