ACT launches services in Tirupati, plans start from Rs. 549

By August 24th, 2016 AT 10:08 AM

Bengaluru-based optical fiber-based Internet services provider Atria Convergence Technologies Private Limited (ACT) has launched its services in Tirupati region. The plans for Tirupati region start from Rs. 549 for 30GB and go up to Rs. 999 for 60GB.


There is a gold plan priced at Rs. 699 offering 40GB of data at 10Mbps. The Diamond plan costs Rs. 999 and offers 60GB data at 20Mbps. This two plans significantly offer twice better speed at 512Kbps after FUP quota. There are no announcements regarding the SOHO and enterprise plans in the region.

Also, as newly launched, the service is currently available only in a few parts of the city, covering crowded places and residential areas. Its coverage will expand to more regions in the upcoming days.

Plan Price Data Benefit (FUP) Speed Speed after FUP
Silver Rs 549 30 GB 5 Mbps 256 Kbps
Gold Rs 699 40 GB 10 Mbps 512 kbps
Diamond Rs 999 60 GB 20 Mbps 512 Kbps

In July, ACT launched the service in the Delhi region, available in Southern part of the city, covering areas like Safdarjung, Green Park, Kalkaji and Malviya Nagar. Its other service areas include cities such as Chennai, Bangalore, and Visakhapatnam. The plans in Delhi start from Rs. 999 for 50 GB usage and go up to Rs. 1999 for 50 GB usage.
ACT is India’s fourth largest ISP in the wired broadband category with 9.1 lakh subscribers as of May 2016.

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mausam singh

I will change my act connection. Still if you call them they say that the minimum speed is 256 kbps as per trai… They’ll learn after losing customers. It’s been ages since they have changed their plan on Bangalore

Oni Ray
Oni Ray

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought the minimum post-FUP speeds had to be at least 512Kbps for an internet service to be designated as ‘broadband’? Isn’t that what TRAI mandated? Not just BSNL, but also private operators like Hathway here in Kolkata, WB, offer post-FUP speeds of 1Mbps for all its plans. Everybody else AFAIK offers at least 512Kbps post-FUP.

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