- Hathway is also providing cheapest 100 Mbps plan at an effective price of Rs 699
- Almost all Hathway Broadband plans ship with unlimited data benefit
Hathway Broadband new customers can avail a 50 Mbps broadband plan without any FUP limit in Hyderabad city for Rs 399. Hathway’s all-new Lifelong Binge offer allows the residents in Hyderabad to pick a 50 Mbps broadband plan at Rs 399. Normally, in Hyderabad, Hathway is providing a 50 Mbps plan with unlimited data at Rs 499 per month, however, as part of this offer, the plan can be availed for Rs 349 per month. Notably, the Rs 349 charges are for each month and there will be additional taxes applicable on top of the monthly charges. Other plans of Hathway in Hyderabad include high-speed 125 Mbps plan, 100 Mbps plan, 75 Mbps plan, 80 Mbps plan and a 25 Mbps plan. For the 25 Mbps unlimited data plan, Hathway is charging Rs 449 per month (excluding taxes), so the Lifelong Binge offer allows customers to get the plan of 50 Mbps with unlimited data at kist Rs 399 per month.
Rs 399 ‘Lifelong Binge’ Broadband Offer by Hathway
Notably, Hathway is advertising this plan as being priced at half of what the other broadband providers are offering. It is also worth noting that Hathway offers five more plans in the Hyderabad region besides this newly introduced offer of Rs 399 which is also the cheapest plan in Hathway’s broadband portfolio. The 25 Mbps plan of Hathway starts at a monthly rental of Rs 449, and this one also comes with no FUP like Hathway’s other plans. The six months and 12 months subscription of this plan will cost the subscribers Rs 2394 and Rs 4500 respectively. Hathway offered similar offer last year as well, but after a while, the plan’s price will be changed to the original price of Rs 499. However, under this new offer, there’s no such rollback on the price and benefits.
Other Broadband Plans in Hyderabad by Hathway
Next up, we have the 75 Mbps speed plan by Hathway which also starts at Rs 349 under Value subscription tag and is available for Rs 399 and Rs 449 under the Gold and Blast subscription banner. The six monthly and annual price for this plan is Rs 2649 and Rs 4788.
Going further up in Hathway’s portfolio we have the Freedom plan which offers 100 Mbps speed to Hathway subscribers and this plan is available for Rs 499 under the value subscription and for Rs 549 and Rs 599 under Gold and Blast subscription. The six monthly and annual rentals for this plan are Rs 3294 and Rs 5988 respectively. Lastly, the highest speed available in Hathway’s portfolio is under the Thunder plan which offers service at 125 Mbps. The various rental ladders under this plan start at Rs 549, Rs 599 and Rs 649. The six monthly and annual rentals for this plan are Rs 3594 and Rs 6588.
Overall, there are plenty of very attractively priced offerings for Hathway broadband subscribers in the Hyderabad region. For someone who is a heavy user, the Hathway plans work well as they offer speeds up to 125 Mbps and they also come with no FUP limits. The introduction of this new Rs 349 plan which offers 50 Mbps is a good call for subscribers who would like to browse the internet and go on only with their daily internet related work without spending a lot on their connection.
Do make a note that the 50 Mbps broadband plan offer from Hathway is currently available only in Hyderabad and it’s a limited period offer from the company.
JioFiber Entry May Not Disrupt the Industry
Reliance Jio announced the JioFiber broadband plans a few days ago and the plans aren’t that impressive, to say the least. JioFiber broadband plans start at Rs 699 and go all the way up to Rs 8,499, delivering speeds of 100 Mbps and 1 Gbps respectively. However, the major disappointment with JioFiber plans is the FUP limit. If you look at Hathway, the company is providing an 100 Mbps long-term plan with 1TB FUP per month at an effective price of Rs 699. But JioFiber’s Rs 699 plan ships with just 150GB of data benefit even if you choose it for one year.
Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.