Asianet Offering 200 Mbps Broadband Plan at Rs 499 Effectively

Asianet also says that the Entry plans do ship with free Cable TV service, of which the details are unknown at the moment

Highlights
  • Asianet Broadband Entry plans offer 200 Mbps speeds and 2 Mbps after FUP speeds
  • Asianet also providing 100 Mbps broadband plan at Rs 699

Asianet Broadband, one of the popular Internet Service Providers in Kerala, is now providing a 200 Mbps broadband plan at an effective price of Rs 499 per month. Asianet is providing three Entry plans of Rs 1,499, Rs 2,499 and Rs 2,999, and they all ship with 200 Mbps speeds. These Entry broadband plans from Asianet are long-term plans valid for two, four and six months. The Rs 2,999 plan offers 200 Mbps speeds for six months along with an overall FUP limit of 1200GB, thus resulting in a 200GB monthly limit. The FUP limit is undoubtedly on the lower side, but on the brighter side, the company is providing after FUP unlimited data at 2 Mbps speeds. Even if you complete your monthly limit in 15 days, you can browse the web at 2 Mbps for the rest of the month till the FUP recovers.

Asianet Entry Broadband Plans Ship With 200 Mbps Speeds

Aforesaid, Asianet’s Entry broadband plans are for the users looking for a new broadband connection. The Entry broadband plans in the company’s portfolio include Rs 1,499, Rs 2,499 and Rs 2,999. Before JioFiber announcement, the company offered Rs 1,499, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,499 under the same Entry range of plans. However, with JioFiber now official and the plans set to disrupt the market, Asianet has made some changes to its broadband plans as well. By far, Asianet is providing the cheapest 200 Mbps broadband plan in the country, but the FUP limit is on the lower side, nevertheless.

The revised Entry range of broadband plans from Asianet ship with 200 Mbps speeds, after FUP 2 Mbps speeds and long-validity. Starting with the Rs 1,499 Entry plan, it provides a user 1000GB of FUP limit for two months or 60 days, which further divides to 500GB per month. Before the revision, the same Rs 1,499 Entry plan offered 500GB FUP limit, translating to 250GB per month.

The other Entry broadband plans are Rs 2,499 and Rs 2,999. The Rs 2,499 Entry plan ships with 300GB FUP limit every month for four months, totalling 1200GB limit. The Rs 2,999 offers 1200GB of FUP limit for six months, thus resulting in a 200 Mbps broadband plan with 200GB FUP every month at Rs 499.

Asianet also says that the Entry plans do ship with free Cable TV service, of which the details are unknown at the moment. We’re expecting the company to release more details about this combo offer in the coming days.

As mentioned, all the Entry broadband plans from Asianet come with after FUP 2 Mbps speeds and GST will be added on top of the prices mentioned above. Sadly, Asianet’s Entry broadband plans are available only in long-term options and not in monthly options. Customers opting these plans will also get free Fiber Modem.

Asianet Also Offering 100 Mbps Broadband Plan at Rs 699 per Month

Just a couple of days ago, we reported that Hathway Broadband has started offering a 100 Mbps broadband plan with 1TB FUP limit at just Rs 699 per month. And now, Asianet Broadband has started doing the same, although the company has a very poor FUP limit of 100GB, which doesn’t even do justice to the speeds offered by the company. The Rs 699 Unlimited broadband plan from Asianet offers 100 Mbps speeds with 100GB FUP limit, whereas the Rs 725 plan ships with 100 Mbps speeds and 400GB monthly FUP limit. That said, Asianet’s Rs 725 Unlimited broadband is a better option over the Rs 699 plan.

The company also has other 200 Mbps Ultra broadband plans priced at Rs 999, Rs 1,299 and Rs 1,499, providing 600GB, 800GB and 1000GB FUP limit every month. All in all, Asianet is providing just 100 Mbps and 200 Mbps broadband plans to the customers and removed the low-speed plans from its portfolio to counter JioFiber.

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