MTNL upgrades ADSL broadband speeds in Delhi to 2Mbps till FUP

By October 4th, 2015 AT 10:46 AM

Following BSNL’s footsteps in upgrading broadband data speeds, another PSU telecom unit, MTNL has now revised all its broadband plans with upgraded data speeds of 2Mbps in Delhi.

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A few days back, we had reported that MTNL upgraded Broadband packs with extra data to FUP limit in Mumbai. However, unlike what they did in Mumbai, MTNL has increased download speeds till FUP in Delhi. This revision came when the company is losing out customers to rivals Airtel and other broadband providers. Mainly they have revised ADSL broadband plans.

We would like you to check out the details from the chart that is embedded below.

 Revised MTNL ADSL Broadband Plans for Delhi Users.
PlanExisting Data Download SpeedRevised Data Download Speed
TriB-Silver-UL1MbpsUpto 2Mbps till 6 GB, 1Mbps afterwards
TriB- Data- 245Upto 1 MbpsSpeed up to 2 Mbps   (Free permitted limit is 2GB)  After free usage 30 paisa per MB for additional 5850MB will be charged.  Maximum billing per month in this plan is restricted to Rs.2000/- only (excluding taxes).
TriB-395-ComboUpto 1 MbpsSpeed up to 2 Mbps   (Free permitted limit is 6 GB)  After free usage 30 paisa per MB for additional 5850MB will be charged.  Maximum billing per month in this plan is restricted to Rs.2150/- only (excluding taxes).
TriB-MP11MbpsUpto 2Mbps till 6GB, 1Mbps afterwards
TriB-MP21MbpsUpto 2Mbps till 6GB, 1Mbps afterwards
TriB-599-UL512 KbpsUpto 2Mbps till 1GB, 512Kbps afterwards
TriB-597-UL512 KbpsUpto 2Mbps till 1GB, 512Kbps afterwards
TriB-999-UL1MbpsUpto 2Mbps till 6GB, 512Kbps afterwards
TriB-749-UL768 KbpsUpto 2Mbps till 3 GB, 768Kbps afterwards
PP UL data 449512kbpsUpto 2Mbps till 1GB, 512Kbps afterwards
PP UL 4499-Combo Annual512kbpsUpto 2Mbps till 1GB, 512Kbps afterwards
Power Connect 275192 KbpsUpto 2Mbps till 1GB, 192Kbps afterwards
Power Connect  Annual 2750192 KbpsUpto 2Mbps till 1GB, 192Kbps afterwards

Note that the both, existing and new MTNL Delhi users, will get revised speeds while browsing. However, this revision doesn’t improve these plans because of the FUP limit. So, we don’t think this will help the operator to winning back users from other networks. Private broadband operators are providing better speeds, good consistency, and quality services, so MTNL will have to outdo these private operators in order to win back customers.

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