ACT Fibernet Crediting 100GB Additional Data to Broadband Users as Part of World Cup Offer

On the occasion of Cricket World Cup knockout stages, ACT Fibernet is crediting free 100GB of flexyBytes+ data

  • ACT Fibernet users get 100GB of free data to watch World Cup knockout matches online
  • The free data will expire on August 30, 2019

Atria Convergence Technologies or ACT Fibernet has started crediting 100GB of flexyBytes+ data to broadband customers as part of the World Cup offer. ACT Fibernet broadband users will get a total of 100GB data valid for three months. Basically, the company is providing the Rs 600 flexyBytes+ plan that offers 100GB of extra data for three months. With the knockout stages of Cricket World Cup already underway, this move from ACT Fibernet comes as good news to the existing customers. After the new broadcasting tariff regime in place, a lot of subscribers are viewing the Cricket World Cup 2019 through OTT apps like Hotstar, Thop TV and so on, so for those users, this World Cup offer from ACT Fibernet will be extremely useful.

ACT Fibernet World Cup Offer: Everything You Need to Know

ACT Fibernet is one of the leading fibre-based broadband service providers in India right now. The Internet Service Provider has more than two million users under its belt and it has operations across 17 popular cities in the country. Talking about the ACT Fibernet Wolrd Cup offer, users will be able to check the free 100GB data by logging into their account through ACT Fibernet website or mobile app. In my case, the free data was credited on July 6 and it will expire on August 30.

The offer validity will most likely be similar to every ACT Fibernet broadband user.

ACT Fibernet flexyBytes+ Plans: What Do Customers Get?

A while back, ACT Fibernet revamped its data add-on packages and they are now called as flexyBytes+ plans. ACT Fibernet is providing a total of five flexyBytes+ plans to the subscribers priced at Rs 225, Rs 400, Rs 600, Rs 1,250 and Rs 2,500. All these flexyBytes+ plans ship with 90 days validity and they offer 25GB, 50GB, 100GB, 200GB and 500GB of data respectively. Also, the company allows users to carry forward the unused data from flexyBytes+ plan to the next recharge.

The flexyBytes+ plans will come into picture only when a customer exhausts the monthly FUP limit. ACT Fibernet is already providing decent FUP limit with almost all its broadband plans, but for those who exhaust the limit, they can make use of the flexyBytes+ plans.

ACT Fibernet Steps into Streaming Devices Category

In other news, ACT Fibernet has stepped into the streaming devices category with the launch of ACT Stream TV 4K Android TV box. The ACT Stream TV 4K from ACT Fibernet takes on Amazon Fire TV Stick and it’s priced at Rs 4,499. Being an Android TV box, users will get access to all the popular OTT apps like Hotstar, Netflix, ZEE5, Sun NXT, and so on. Also, Amazon has confirmed that the Prime Video app will be available for download via Google Play Store on Android TV.

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Waiting for some major changes(Upgrades) in broadband sector.

Expecting technologies are:
1. VoWifi -> which will remove stress on the mobile towers.
2. IPTV -> TV channels through internet line.
3. Landline connection.

all these in single broadband connection.
We needed this tech from the broadband industry.

Almost all the tech following people know about Jio Fiber plans. But why are they not launching this technology now?

There are well established players in the market like Airtel, ACT, BSNL, why are they not launching this? ? Is it because they lack latest technology infrastructure? Or they are waiting for some other reason?

Please answer if anyone knows.


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