MTNL LAUNCHES 4 MBPS BROADBAND IN MUMBAI

By September 1st, 2009 AT 11:45 AM

MTNL LAUNCHES 4MBPS BROADBAND IN MUMBAIEveryday India’s broadband space is heating up with the increasing number of competition, directly helping broadband users. Now MTNL’s Wire line Broadband internet connection (TriBand) has just got faster up to 4 Mbps at an affordable price.

In an attempt to provide High Speed Broadband service to the peoples of Mumbai, the city’s largest Broadband service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today announced the launch of new 4 Mbps broadband internet access in Mumbai. Earlier 4mbps access was available only for Unlimited Plan users. Presently MTNL TriBand (Broadband) offers speeds ranging from 512 Kbps to 4 Mbps for home and Business users at Rs.199 onwards, the lowest rates in Mumbai.

MTNL ‘s claim that the 4 Mbps service is the first of its kind in the Mumbai region, with a lower price point and more free downloads compared to other ISPs.

Details of MTNL “DSL4 Mbps Broadband” Tariff plan (Mumbai):

Monthly Rent-Rs.1499

Free Data usage per month- 8GB

Data usage (after Free Download usage) : 70 paisa per Mb.

Discount: Rs.1499 (on payment of annual subscription).

To know more call 1500/22001500 (Toll Free)

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Its my bad luck I dont stay closer to the exchange Inspite of changing my plan I never get the speed let alone 4 mbps I dont get 200 kbps …… monkeys with not so high speed networks but they charge you never the less

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Agnivo :Aren’t we all tired of these crappy gimmicks? First of all, we don’t even have a good backbone capable to support good speeds and contention-ratio; yet we boast of such plans which have a data cap like peanuts and huge monthly rentals? Merely upping the max. speed (like Airtel 16Mbps) isn’t going to make India a broadband superpower, we have to upgrade networks and backbone. Throw in 10/20Mbps uncapped or decent cap at affordable prices like in developed countries then I’ll say jai ho, else these gimmicks suck and would change nothing. Take UK/China/USA 10Mbps is just basic to… Read more »

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