ACT Fibernet revises plans, doubles the speeds as well as FUP limits in Chennai

By October 21st, 2015 AT 6:13 AM

ACT Fibernet, the most popular ISP in southern part of India that offers broadband over optical fibre, has revised its tariffs for its customers in Chennai. As per the revised packages, 100Mbps plan now costs Rs. 1,999. Previously the 100Mbps plan was available only for SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) customers.

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The ISP has also increased speeds in almost all packages upto 45 Mbps. Along with the upgraded speed, they have increased the FUP data limits.

Changes in retail plans:

  • The ACT Blaze plan for Rs. 999 now offers 40Mbps instead of old speed of 20Mbps. FUP limit has been increased to 50GB.
  • The ACT Storm plan for Rs. 1,099 now offers double the speed at 40Mbps with an FUP limit of 75GB.
  • There is a new 75Mbps ACT Thunder plan for Rs. 1,499 with an FUP limit of 125GB.
  • The ACT Lightning plan, which costs Rs. 1,299, has now been revised with a new speed of 60Mbps and an FUP limit of upto 100GB.
  • Customers using ACT Incredible plan of Rs. 1,999 will now get almost double the old speed. It now offers 100Mbps speed and an FUP limit of 200GB.
Revised ACT Fibernet plans for Chennai
Plan NameTariff (Rs.)Old SpeedNew SpeedOld FUPNew FUPSpeed Post-FUP
RETAIL Plans
ACT Blaze99920 Mbps40 Mbps40 GB        50 GB512 Kbps
ACT Storm109920 Mbps40 Mbps60 GB        75 GB
ACT Lightning129940 Mbps60 Mbps75 GB100` GB        
ACT Thunder1499———-75 Mbps———-125` GB
ACT Incredible        199960 Mbps100 Mbps125 GB200 GB1 Mbps
SOHO  (Small office / Home Office) Plans
ACT SME Swift299960 Mbps100 Mbps250 GB300 GB2 Mbps
ACT SME Flash399980 Mbps125 Mbps350 GB400 GB
ACT SME Force4999100 Mbps125 Mbps500 GB550 GB

There is no change in speed post the FUP limit in retail plans, as all SOHO plan customers now get 2Mbps speed post the FUP period. These plans are available only for Chennai, and all the existing customers using the old plans will be upgraded to new plans starting today without any additional cost. It remains unclear when they would revise broadband plans in other cities.

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