Exclusive : MTNL Revised 2 Mbps Xpress Unlimited Broadband Plans

By July 6th, 2012 AT 12:08 PM

Mumbai’s number one and largest Broadband Service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today announced the rationalization of two High Speed Xpress Unlimited Broadband plans of Rs.1000 and Rs.1500 (combo and non-combo) added more free data usage at 2 Mbps speed.

MTNL Mumbai increases approx 33% Free data usage at 2 Mbps speed offered in both plans. Now customers using 2 Mbps Xpress Unlimited Broadband plan of Rs.1000 will get 2 Mbps Speed up to 30 GB instead of 22 GB thereafter speed will be 1 Mbps for non-combo and 752 Kbps for combo plan users for further Unlimited data usage.

While 2 Mbps Xpress Unlimited Broadband plan Rs.1500 customers will now enjoy 2Mbps speed till 80 GB data usage instead of 60 GB, thereafter speed will be 1.13 Mbps for non-combo and 1 Mbps for combo plan users for further Unlimited data usage.

The changes in both Xpress Broadband Plans will be effective from 7th July 2012. For more details dial 1500 / 022-22221500 (toll free from MTNL).

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TN/chennai guys: I’m planning to take internet connection.I will not mind even it is wired/wireless.final budget is RS 1200(incl.tax) Downloads 50-60GB.Plz suggest some plans.


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FUP exists everywhere,still no ISP is giving 2Mbps speed after fup at that price.

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