Asianet revises true unlimited broadband plans Speed 510 and 899 in Kerala

By May 29th, 2016 AT 6:30 AM

Just few months into re-introducing its iconic true unlimited broadband plans 510 and 899, Asianet has now increased the monthly rent for the plans to Rs 599 and Rs 999 respectively. The new tariff will come into effect from June 1st, 2016 across Kerala.

Asianet Broadband Unlimited Plans

The plans now branded as TU 599 and TU 999 offer true unlimited broadband speed of 1Mbps and 2Mbps respectively without any FUP limits. Asianet has hiked monthly cost of both plans by almost Rs 89 and Rs 100 respectively.

T20 Series unlimited plans

Asianet has also introduced special broadband plans for T20 cricket season. The T20 Series broadband plans offer speeds up to 20 Mbps and comes with FUP limit from 10GB to 100GB based on plan. However, the post FUP limit is limited to just 512kbps. Asianet is also providing free modem with the plans and charge Rs 999 for activation.
Asianet T20 Asianet Broadband, which provide DOCSIS 2.0 and DOCSIS 3.0 cable broadband, compete directly with BSNL in the Kerala circle. The true unlimited broadband plans from Asianet are more attractive and affordable for broadband users.

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Harshil
Harshil

This time I am with BSNL taken 999bb plan and guess what getting 4mbps speed truly unlimited by a simple trick.Hats Off BsNL….yo

priyank
priyank

Will you please elaborate that trick???

sachin
sachin

peering speed is good on torrent youtybe nd google in bsnl or asianet?

TUSHAR GUPTA
TUSHAR GUPTA

I am getting 2mbps unlimited for rs 300 in mtnl.

praful jain
praful jain

can you tell the trick ??

Sujit
Sujit

They are one of the worse operators to deal with. They take around 6-7 days to fix a complaint. That too after repeated reminders. Their customer care is also not toll free. You have to spend around 200 to an issue fixed and the issues keep repeating every 2 months.

Shaheen Mohammad
Shaheen Mohammad

I am using FTTH from asianet and a very happy customer so far. Their unlimited non fup plans are deadly awesome. And almost 99% up time with negligible packet loss

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