- Tata Sky broadband also offers 100 Mbps broadband plans
- You Broadband 100 Mbps plans start at Rs 999
- Most plans come with long term subscription options as well
While the industry has been filled with the chatter of 1 Gbps speed plans, there is no dearth of operators offering plans which come with 100 Mbps speed. While the plans with 1 Gbps speed do sound a lot fancy, the truth with most consumers is that they are not likely to require such high speeds for their day to day usage. With the common usage being streaming of services like Netflix, or even gaming, most broadband users will be better off using connections which offer 100 Mbps sped. The good thing about plans with 100 Mbps is that they are not like the 50 Mbps plans that tend to slow down when multiple users are occupying the bandwidth, and also they are not as highly-priced as the other higher speed plans from the broadband operators. Almost all the broadband companies are offering very affordable 100 Mbps broadband plans in India right now. Here we take a look at some of the most affordable 100 Mbps broadband plans in the industry right now.
Hathway Broadband 100 Mbps Plan for Rs 799
Hathway Broadband is not only one of the most popular cable TV operators, but also happens to be one of the popular broadband operators as well. In its portfolio, Hathway Broadband has lots of plans which offer various speeds like 20 Mbps, 50 Mbps and even 100 Mbps. One of the cheapest plans from Hathway Broadband in 100 Mbps category comes for Rs 799 which offers 1000GB data per month and an after FUP speed of 5 Mbps. The subscription charge for three months for this plan come out to be Rs 2,247. This plan is available in select locations of Hathway Broadband.
You Broadband 100 Mbps Plan for Rs 999
Another broadband service provider in India is You Broadband, and this operator also offers 100 Mbps broadband plans to the subscribers. The You Broadband plan of 100 Mbps costs Rs 999 per month, and it offers 1000GB data per month with an after-FUP speed of 2 Mbps. There are various subscription options which include 120 days, 270 days, and 540 days. These options offer 5333GB, 13500GB, 27000GB, respectively, with better overall rates.
Tata Sky Broadband 100 Mbps Plans Starting at Rs 900
Another popular broadband service provider in India is Tata Sky which has also gained its reputation as a broadband service provider as well apart from being a DTH company. In its revised plans, Tata Sky broadband is offering unlimited and fixed GB plans with different rates. Under unlimited data plans, Tata Sky broadband is offering the 100 Mbps plan for Rs 1,100.
Whereas under the fixed GB category, Tata Sky Broadband is offering the 100 Mbps plan with 250GB monthly FUP for Rs 900 and with 500GB monthly FUP for Rs 1,00. But, the thing to note with the fixed GB plans of Tata Sky Broadband is that they also come with data rollover, meaning that the subscribers will be able to use leftover data next month.
Airtel Xstream Fibre 100 Mbps Plan at Rs 799
One of the most popular broadband service providers is Airtel Xstream Fibre which is offering its 100 Mbps broadband plan at Rs 799 with 150GB monthly data FUP. The subscribers get the added benefit of Airtel Xstream subscription and unlimited local and STD calls. The subscribers can also decide to pay Rs 299 more per month and extend their FUP limit to unlimited data. So, the Airtel broadband plan with unlimited data and 100 Mbps speed would cost the users a little below Rs 1,100.
BSNL Broadband 100 Mbps Plan Starting at Rs 1,277
The Rs 1,277 broadband plan from BSNL ships 100 Mbps speed with an after-FUP speed of 2 Mbps and it ships 750GB data per month to the subscribers. The subscribers also enjoy unlimited local and STD call along with the data benefit. There are other 100 Mbps broadband plans from BSNL as well which include the Rs 1,999 broadband plan, Rs 2,499 and others. However, these plans come with a daily data cap.
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