Excitel Broadband Expands Operations to 2 More Cities, Offering 300 Mbps Plan at Rs 999 per Month

In Bengaluru, Excitel is currently providing three broadband plans, priced at Rs 699, Rs 849 and Rs 999, offering 100 Mbps, 200 Mbps and 300 Mbps speeds, respectively

By November 4th, 2019 AT 9:30 AM
  • Excitel Broadband is currently offering speeds of up to 300 Mbps
  • The Internet Service Provider expanded services to five cities
  • Excitel Broadband is taking on the competition by providing affordable 300 Mbps broadband plan

Excitel Broadband, which has been operating across three Indian cities, has now expanded its services to two more cities. Excitel is now providing broadband services in Lucknow and Bengaluru as well, and the company has some best plans in the portfolio. In the newly launched two cities, Excitel is providing speeds up to 300 Mbps, something which the company did not offer in the other two cities- Delhi and Hyderabad. Surprisingly, Excitel is charging just Rs 999 per month even for the 300 Mbps broadband plan which will attract a lot of users. Similar to the other broadband plans from the company, FUP limit on the 300 Mbps broadband plan is also unlimited. So users will be able to get a 300 Mbps broadband plan without any FUP limit at Rs 999 per month (excluding taxes).

Excitel Launches Up to 300 Mbps Broadband Plans Priced Under Rs 1,000

Excitel Broadband launched its services in Delhi first, followed by Hyderabad in the second half of 2017. Later on, the company expanded operations to Jaipur, and now, Excitel is offering up to 300 Mbps broadband plans in Lucknow and Bengaluru cities as well. At the same time, the company has silently launched 200 Mbps and 300 Mbps broadband plans quietly to take on the competition. Earlier, Excitel offered broadband plans with speeds up to 100 Mbps. The 300 Mbps plan from the company is now available at less than Rs 1,000 in four cities where it’s operating right now.

In Bengaluru, Excitel is currently providing three broadband plans, priced at Rs 699, Rs 849 and Rs 999, offering 100 Mbps, 200 Mbps and 300 Mbps speeds, respectively. Basically, the 100 Mbps plan from Excitel with unlimited FUP still costs Rs 699, but the prices of 200 Mbps (Rs 849) and 300 Mbps (Rs 999) are surely surprising. And yes, all the Excitel broadband plans offer unlimited data without any FUP limit.

If a customer chooses, the 300 Mbps plan for 12 months, then the monthly effective price comes down to Rs 623 only. And for the 100 Mbps plan, the monthly effective price will be Rs 436 if a customer opts for an annual plan.

Excitel also says the customers will get free Fibre router with dual-band support on a returnable basis because it’s now collecting Rs 2,000 refundable security deposit from every customer.

The plans mentioned above are currently available only in Lucknow, Bengaluru and Jaipur cities, whereas in Delhi and Hyderabad, the company is still offering speeds of up to only 100 Mbps. In Hyderabad and Delhi, Excitel has three broadband plans- 50 Mbps priced at Rs 500, 75 Mbps plan at Rs 545 and a 100 Mbps broadband plan priced at Rs 645 per month. These broadband plans also ship with unlimited data and there will be no FUP limit.

Excitel Has the Cheapest 300 Mbps Broadband Plan Right Now

Priced at Rs 999, Excitel Broadband’s 300 Mbps plan comes without any FUP limit and its the cheapest plan available right now from any Internet Service Provider (ISP). Even after adding taxes, the overall price of the plan comes to just over Rs 1,200. Right now, Airtel Xstream Fibre has a 300 Mbps broadband plan in Hyderabad without any FUP limit at Rs 1,499, whereas the company’s 200 Mbps plan costs Rs 999. While Airtel Xstream Fibre is shipping OTT service subscriptions, Excitel is not offering any such benefits to the customers. But the unlimited data benefit will be something a lot of users will like from Excitel. The ISP is yet to launch 300 Mbps plans in Hyderabad and Delhi cities.

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A shit service and customer care… do not fall for the lucrative price and speed. What is the point in having a service is down most of the time and there is no one to care?

Chhota Chetan
Chhota Chetan

Which city?


Their service in Bangalore is disaster .. support systems is pathetic

Chhota Chetan
Chhota Chetan

I have good experience in Delhi.

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