More Bandwidth from Alliance Broadband in Kolkata

By March 30th, 2014 AT 4:15 PM

Kolkata’s local internet service provider Alliance Broadband is all set to increase international bandwidth for its customers. The move comes in a time when major ISPs like BSNL, MTNL and Airtel are hiking their wired broadband tariff across the cities.

Across the country there is a trend among few internet service providers, that they are offering peering services for their subscribers. In Kolkata top two local ISPs like Alliance and Meghbela offer the same to its customers. Apart from general torrent downloads their cache system provide peering speed on other websites too.

Check out Alliance’s Unlimited plans (to be applicable from 1st April, 2014):


(+ Service Tax extra)


(old speed)

Happy Hours (1am – 9am)Peering
PRIME700 kbps (500kbps)2mbps20mbpsRs 550
PREFERRED1 mbps (700kbps)4mbps25mbpsRs 750
PREMIUM1.5 mbps (1mbps)6mbps35 mbpsRs 1050
SPEED2 mbps (1.5mbps)8mbps35 mbpsRs 1399
FLASH3 mbps (2.5mbps)10mbps45 mbpsRs 2499
STARTER PLUS512 kbps (320kbps)NA3 mbpsRs 399
ZOOM PLUS640 kbps (440kbps)NA5 mbpsRs 499
EXECUTIVE PLUS800 kbps (600kbps)3 mbps20 mbpsRs 699

All plans are valid for 30 days.
Alliance is not changing happy hours and peering speed on any of the unlimited or limited plans. The speed is also to be increased on Alliance’s limited usage plans. Alliance’s website – is still to update these details.

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