ACT Fibernet Subscribers Can Get Up to 50% Discount on Monthly Broadband Plans by Making Referrals

Subscribers can go to ACT Fibernet app and ACT website to refer their friends and family to avail these benefits.

  • Subscribers in Vizag, Guntur, Rajahmundry, Vijayawada and Eluru can get movie vouchers worth Rs 400
  • Benefits of referral program will vary region by region

Reliance Jio is already onto the task of introducing its FTTH service Reliance Jio GigaFiber, and we are sure that the telco plans to enter this territory with a bang. This is a threat to all the existing FTTH, and broadband providers in the market right now and a prominent name when it comes to FTTH services in the metro cities is ACT Fibernet. It is already known, that ACT has been introducing very attractive price revisions to its plans along with some changes to its portfolio as well, thus making its subscriptions worth the buck. In its latest move, the ISP has introduced an exciting referral program which will help the referrers and the referees in gaining good benefits, and on top of that ACT will also get more subscribers. Read ahead to know the details about the new ACT Fibernet referral programme.

Benefits of ACT Fibernet Referral Programme

The subscribers who want to use the ACT Fibernet referral scheme must do so via the ACT portal page or the ACT Fibernet page. The condition for getting the referral benefits mandates that the person who is referred by the ACT subscribers must complete the payment, for the referee to be eligible for the offer. After you have accessed the ACT portal page or app and ensured that your friend has made the payment to ACT, you can move on to counting the benefits which you will receive.

As per ACT’s website, the subscriber who refers and successfully fulfils the conditions mentioned above will be eligible to get a 25% discount only on “monthly tariff” of his or her plan. Whether the customer has a monthly subscription plan, 6 monthly or 12 monthly plan, the subscriber will get the 25% discount only on “monthly tariff”. Further, this referral benefit will be only applicable in cities of Tirupati, Nellore, Coimbatore, Bangalore and Delhi.

For ACT subscribers in Chennai, who make a successful referral, ACT will provide a 25% discount on the monthly tariff. On two successful referrals, the referrer will get 35% discount on their monthly tariff, whereas on three successful referrals, the subscribers will enjoy a 50% discount on their monthly tariff. For subscribers in Vizag, Guntur, Rajahmundry, Vijayawada and Eluru a successful referral will get them movie vouchers worth Rs 400. Lastly, subscribers in the Hyderabad circle will get Rs 250 as cashback in their PayTm account upon a successful referral.

Further, ACT has outlined that subscribers who make referrals on the website or ACT app will receive the benefit once in a month regardless of how many times they make a referral.

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No takers for Act Fibernet referrals.They have to increase the speeds at par with other providers.

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