Cherrinet is a local Internet Service Provider (ISP) with its broadband operations across Chennai, Puducherry, Trichy, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Coimbatore, Salem and Rajapalyam. The company has earlier offered a 200 Mbps connection without any FUP at just Rs 1,499 in these cities. And now, the company has come up with an excellent broadband plan, with which it’s providing 2TB of FUP and 100 Mbps connection at an effective price of Rs 666 per month. Furthermore, the company is also offering a free-to-use Wi-Fi router for every new connection a user picks up. However, to avail this new broadband plan, there are some catches. The after FUP speed offered by the company with this plan is 5 Mbps.
Firstly, the effective rental plan is available only if the subscriber avails the plan for six months or more. And this plan is valid only for residential customers. Also, if the customer avails this plan for three months, they’ll get one month of service for free. And if a customer avails the service for six months, they’ll get three months of free service. And lastly, for the customers who choose a yearly plan, they will receive six months of free internet.
Furthermore, Cherrinet has also launched G-Force broadband plans offering 1 Gbps connection. However, the company is charging a premium amount for these plans and they’re available only in Chennai. The Cherrinet G-Force 2 plan of Rs 9,999 offers 1 Gbps broadband connection with 4TB of FUP and 10 Mbps after FUP speed per month. There are other two G-Force plans of Rs 24,999 and Rs 34,999 with the same 1 Gbps connection and 12TB, 20TB FUP respectively. Both the plans also come with 10 Mbps after FUP speed. Cherrinet is also offering a Lite plan of Rs 799, with which it’s giving 40 Mbps connection and 80GB of FUP for one month.
The company is also providing free Sun Nxt subscription to the users, which is an added benefit.
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