ACT Fibernet Expands Operations to Lucknow, Starts by Offering Three Plans With Up to 150 Mbps Speeds

After announcing the beginning of its operations in Jaipur, the company has now announced Lucknow as its new market

Highlights
  • ACT Fibernet plans will be available starting at the price of Rs 749
  • The plans will include ACT Silver, ACT Gold and ACT Platinum

ACT Fibernet, India’s largest fibre broadband service provider has launched its services in Lucknow. In an event held in February, the company had announced the launch of its new brand identity and logo and had also shared plans about its rapid India expansion plan with a futuristic vision. It is worth noting that ACT Fibernet is planning to launch new services and offers for the subscribers. Aligned with that vision, ACT Fibernet’s launch in Lucknow comes as a good addition in its already existing network which spans extensively in the metro cities. The ISP is also one of the leading providers shipping such high speeds to subscribers at affordable prices.

ACT Fibernet has also announced that its plans will be available to the customers starting March 2 in Lucknow and to open up its services, the provider will be bringing three plans for the consumers. Not only this, ACT Fibernet has been known for shipping exciting offers for the subscribers which make its plans even more attractive. Making no exception here, the service provider has also listed offers which will be going live in Lucknow with the launch of its new plans.

ACT Fibernet Plans Available in Lucknow

The first plan which will be available in ACT Fibernet’s portfolio in Lucknow will be the ACT Silver plan of Rs 749, and it will be available for one, six or twelve-month time period, and it will ship 100 Mbps speed with FUP data of 500GB. The offer with this plan is providing a one-month free subscription to the customers along with 300GB data on buying the six months plan. On buying the 12 months plan, subscribers will get two months free and 1200GB additional data.

The second plan by ACT will be the ACT Gold plan of Rs 999 which will also be available for subscription for one, six or twelve-month time period and it will provide 150 Mbps speed with 1000GB data. The offer for this plan will be similar to the previous one. Lastly, there will be the ACT Platinum plan which provides 150 Mbps speed, and 1250GB data to the subscribers and its monthly rental is Rs 1249. For this plan, subscribers will get the same offer wherein, a subscription of six months will get them one free month and 300GB additional data, and a subscription of 12 months will get them two free months and 1200GB additional data.

ACT Fibernet Launches Services in Jaipur

It is worth noting that ACT Fibernet is on the task of launching services in new regions to expand its footprint across India. The provider has already announced that it will be forming content partnerships in the coming days to broaden its offerings along with providing exclusive support for gaming activities. This week, ACT Fibernet has also announced the start of its operations in Jaipur as well.

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ACT’s strategy is going to backfire very soon. They concentrate on new city launches while leaving their existing subscriber base in other cities to dark. In order to gain more connections, they are aggressive in connections and service in new cities they launch and once they gain momentum their service will become worser than BSNL. I have seen this in Hyderabad, Vizag and now in Bangalore. You cannot escalate the issues to anyone else other than the same support team and it is like reporting to same person who created the problem. Tried several times escalating it to their nodal… Read more »

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I dont know what they are planning. Most operators in Lucknow and every operator in Gomtinagar at least have a 300 mbps plan, with some of them having a 500 mbps, 750 mbps and a gigabit plan. And the pricing for the 150 mbps too is very similar. Even local operators are on fibre so thats not a novelty anymore. How are they hoping to compete? I was hoping for a gigabit plan with more sensible pricing from ACT but guess i was wrong. Looks like i have to wait for Spectra or commercial release of Gigafibre. Gigafibre right now,… Read more »

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