Hathway Broadband Users Can Enjoy Unlimited FUP at 50 Mbps for Only Rs 399 Per Month

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One of the noteworthy broadband service providers in the industry seems to be Hathway. Even with a growing competitive broadband sector, the company which majorly derives revenue from its DTH operations is shipping some attractive broadband plans. Earlier, Hathway was offering an offer which availed a 50 Mbps unlimited data broadband connection at only Rs 349 per month. But under a new offer, Hathway has introduced a ‘Lifelong Binge’ plan which ships 50 Mbps connection at Rs 399 per month. Although this plan is limited to a few circles only, it could be an attractive deal in case you are looking for a broadband connection.

Hathway Lifelong Binge Offer Details

To recall, Hathway had introduced the “Life Set Hai” offer in Hyderabad only back in May. The service provider was shipping the 50 Mbps plan for Rs 449 per month, but under this offer the company was providing a discount of Rs 100 on the monthly rental meaning that subscribers could get the 50 Mbps unlimited data plan for Rs 349 only. But this time around, Hathway has made a little change for its “Lifelong Binge Offer” and is offering this plan for Rs 399 per month and the speed remains the same at 50 Mbps. On the offer page of Hathway official website, the company has mentioned that the subscriber will have to do a one-time non-refundable registration which will charge Rs 1,999, and after that, they will be able to subscribe to this offer.

Hathway Broadband Plans in Hyderabad and Other Cities

It is worth noting that in the Hyderabad region, Hathway Cable and Datacom is offering all its broadband plans without any FUP. Now with the Lifelong Binge offer, it will be offering no-FUP plans across many other cities as well. Hathway’s broadband plans start with 25 Mbps speed which is available under the Gold subscription for Rs 349 per month. The service provider also offers 50 Mbps connection for Rs 399, 75 Mbps connection for Rs 399, 100 Mbps connection for Rs 549, 125 Mbps connection for Rs 599 and 80 Mbps connection for Rs 399 as well. While these are the prices for the middle tier Gold connections from Hathway, the subscribers can also opt for higher priced Blast subscription of these broadband plans, which go as high as Rs 649 per month for the 125 Mbps plan.

Hathway currently has operations in many cities like Aurangabad, Bhilai, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Baroda, Delhi, Goa, Indore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Navi Mumbai, Mumbai, Pune, Surat and Thane among more. In other cities except for Hyderabad, the broadband provider is shipping plans with data FUP and it is only in select cities like Bengaluru where Hathway offers the no-FUP data.

Hathway Slashes Prices of High-Speed Broadband Plans

Hathway has also recently cut down on its prices of high-speed broadband plans offering 100 Mbps or more. Some of the plans which offer 100 Mbps, 150 Mbps and 200 Mbps are being offered on a discounted price. The 100 Mbps plan by Hathway is now retailing for only Rs 699 per month and it also offers 1000GB FUP limit. It is also worth noting that Hathway is offering the Hathway Playbox along with these broadband plans, and to avail the benefits the subscribers will have to subscribe to these plans for a minimum period of three months. Similarly, the 150 Mbps and the 200 Mbps plan will set back the user by Rs 1,499 and Rs 1,999 per month.

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