Connect Broadband to soon deploy 1Gbps to all its customers on its fixed line network

Connect Broadband successfully tested the internet speed of 100 Mbps on copper and 500 Mbps on FTTH network, says a release from the company. The company will roll out these speeds in cities in a phased manner.

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Commenting on the achievement, Mr. Arvind Bali, CEO Connect Broadband and Videocon Telecom said, “With IOT gaining ground HD and 4K video content availability and VR coming into the picture, high bandwidths will provide consistent user experience. At Connect Broadband we are committed to highest standards of Quality of Experience (QOE) for all our customers. Videocon Group is investing heavily in creating a network capable of delivering speeds exceeding 1 Gbps to all its customers.”

The company has copper and fiber network across Punjab covering 100+ towns.

Connect Broadband is also testing technologies such as vectoring with VDSL and G.Fast to offer 300 Mbps on its copper network. According to the company, it is working with assistance from international experts in the field to achieve the desired results. To establish tie-up with international players, the company recently participated in the industry event ‘Broadband World Forum’ held in London, thereby exploring various technologies existing around the world.

Also Read: Connect Broadband offers 300 GB free data with free voice calls

“All these developments will help internet users to consume more and more content at the snap of the fingers,” company said.

Attaining a speed of more than 1 Gbps on fiber networks is a feat achieved by service providers like Google, AT&T, Verizon, and British Telecom. Connect Broadband claimed to bring these same technologies to India.

Connect Broadband is leading broadband and fixed line operator in Punjab. It is a part of Videocon group.

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Justin Hong
November 6, 2016 12:27 am 12:27 AM

Again A Good Player But Limited To Particular Region 🙁

NMLl
November 5, 2016 4:31 am 4:31 AM

Why dont they launch nationwide? Videocon is broke these days.

Arjun Aggarwal
November 5, 2016 10:51 am 10:51 AM

I don’t think the Videocon group is anywhere near “broke”. They sold their 1800 MHz spectrum in 6 circles to Airtel a while back. And their consumer electronics business is not doing bad either. And they are into petroleum exploration too.

Abhishek Sharma
November 5, 2016 2:08 am 2:08 AM

I wish they could atleast start offering 4-8 Mbps plans in my hometown. We have been just upgraded to 2 Mbps after 2 years of being a customer, lol.

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