Asianet launches high speed Broadband plans with 20Mbps speed

Kerala’s leading cable and broadband service provider Asianet has launched new high speed broadband plans with speed up to 20Mbps in Trivandrum and Cochin. These new Xtreme plans start at Rs 375 per month for 8Mbps and Rs 1625 for 20Mbps.

Asianet also launched unlimited high speed Dart plans which offer up to 15Mbps unlimited with FUP at Rs 4999. Asianet also offer double usage on some plans for subscribers with their digital cable service Asianet Digital TV.

Asianet Broadband Plan Details

Asianet always tailor its plan against BSNL broadband which is their main competitor in the state. Their plans are always faster and cheaper than BSNL. Till now only BSNL had high speed VDSL 24Mbps plan with 250GB at Rs 6999 per month. Asianet offer 20mbps at just Rs 1625 for 20GB, which is very affordable for anyone who needs to feel the change in speed.As we move towards high speed era of 3G and 4G it is high time for traditional broadband to catch up.

Inputs: Tharun George 

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Meeran Maluk Mytheen Maluk
Meeran Maluk Mytheen Maluk

I Do follow the comments of Mr. S. Radhakrishnan, Thiruvananda puram.
VERY BAD EXPERIENCE. SORRY.
Thinking of cancelling and switch on to some other private brands.

S Radhakrishnan
S Radhakrishnan

Extremely poor Customer Service here in Trivandrum. It is impossible to get through. I must admit that when you do get through the people are quite OK and help you. Also all calls to Customer Service are charged. When you call them, all that you hear for 5 or 10 minutes is just some crappy music. They do not have an effective digital answering service or a good queue system for waiting calls. If you hang up they do not call you back. Also they do not check later on whether the problem has been solved. Their equipment is so… Read more »

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