MTNL Revises Its Unlimited Broadband Plans, More Speed Day and Night

By October 31st, 2011 AT 6:09 PM

Mumbai’s largest Broadband service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) continues to shower its love on Mumbaikar using its Broadband Services. MTNL today announced the launch of “Triple Broadband Bonanza” wherein its Unlimited Broadband Plan Subscribers will get increased 20% Downloading Speed while day time and also more ‘Night Hours’ for all Unlimited plan subscribers in Mumbai circle.

More Speed (Day Time) – Same Price :

Now MTNL’s Unlimited Broadband plan users under Plan-395, Plan-495 Combo, Plan-599, Plan-749 and Plan-999 will get approx 20% increased speed (day time) of 384 Kbps (existing 320 Kbps), 608 Kbps (existing 512 Kbps), 832 Kbps (existing 752 Kbps), 1.13 Mbps (existing 1 Mbps) respectively without any extra charges.

Increased Night Hours : With the Free Speed Up-gradation for Day Time, MTNL also increased “Night Hours” for all Unlimited Broadband Plan subscribers. Now MTNL’s Unlimited Broadband plan users will get more additional downloading Speed during night hours 6 pm to 8 am. Earlier the night hours was 8 pm to 8 am, So 2 more extra hours to enjoy fastest broadband.

New Downloading Speed During Daytime and increased Night Hours will be effective from 1st Nov 2011.

MTNL Unlimited Broadband Plan In Details (Mumbai) :

MTNL also waive off one time Testing and Installation charges of Rs.300 for new Broadband subscribers till 30 November 2011.

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