Nextra is Providing a 200 Mbps Broadband Connection in Delhi at Rs 1999

Fixed-line broadband service provider, Nextra Teleservices has upgraded its Fibernet internet plans for its existing customers in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. The revised plans offer higher speed and FUP limits at same costs. There are several Internet Service Providers (ISP) in the country, but only a few standout from the crowd, thanks to the stellar offers. Nextra is one amongst them, at least because of the attractive broadband plans. The ISP is providing up to 200 Mbps broadband plan without any FUP at Rs 1999. Read on to more about Nextra’s broadband plans.

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Nextra Broadband Plans in Delhi/NCR and Jaipur

For its Delhi (NCR) and Jaipur subscribers, Nextra has unlimited internet plans with speeds ranging from 50 Mbps to whopping 200 Mbps. The company has basically five main broadband plans that offer unlimited internet access and come without any FUP limits. The include Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond.

The Bronze plan comes with 50 Mbps speed, unlimited internet and starts at Rs 799 per month exclusive of taxes. The Silver broadband plan has 75 Mbps internet speed and costs Rs 999 monthly rental. Next in line from Nextra is the Gold broadband plan which offers users 100 Mbps high-speed connection for a monthly price of Rs 1199.

Nextra’s Platinum and Diamond broadband plans come with 150 Mbps and 200 Mbps speeds respectively and start at Rs 1499 and Rs 1999 per month. All of Nextra plans come without any data limits, though the company says these are meant for personal use only. Nextra says the data usage of above 900GB will be considered commercial usage.

In addition, there is also a Basic plan exclusive for Jaipur customers that starts Rs 599 monthly rental and offer 50 Mbps speed. The plan, however, comes with 100GB of internet data as opposed to unrestricted access.

Nextra Broadband Plans in Mumbai and Pune

For Nextra subscribers in Mumbai and Pune, the company has Dhakkad and Nfinity Plans. The Dhakkad plans offer speeds high as 200 Mbps but come with FUP limit, while Nfinity plans offer unlimited internet access.

Under its Dhakkad plan category, Nextra has basically four main plans with varying internet speeds. These plans are Dhakkad 50, Dhakkad 75, Dhakkad 100 and Dhakkad 200 with 50 Mbps, 75 Mbps, 100 Mbps and 200 Mbps internet speeds. The plans can further be personalised as per the data FUP limits, and the price of the plans depend on the same. Post usage speed of all these plans is 2 Mbps.

For starters Dhakkad 50 with 50GB FUP data cost Rs 599, 100GB costs Rs 799, 250GB costs Rs 999, 375GB costs Rs 1199 and 500GB costs Rs 1999. As for Dhakkad 100 plans, 25GB costs Rs 799, 100GB costs Rs 999, 250GB costs Rs 1199 and 375GB costs Rs 1999.

As for Dhakkad 100 plans: 500GB costs Rs 2999, 250GB costs Rs 1999, 100GB cost Rs 1199 and 50GB costs Rs 999. Finally, the Dhakkad 200 plan with 100GB of FUP data starts at Rs 1999 monthly rental

Under its Nfinity plans, Nextra has a total of six plans with varying speeds, but they offer unlimited internet. The Nfinity 5, Nfinity 10 and Nfinity 15 come with 5 Mbps, 10 Mbps and 15 Mbps speeds and the monthly rentals for these are Rs 599, Rs 799 and Rs 999 respectively. Similarly, the Nfinity 20, Nfinity 30 and Nfinity 50 offer 20 Mbps, 30 Mbps and 50 Mbps speeds and come with monthly rentals of Rs 1099, Rs 1399 and Rs 1999 respectively.

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Kiran Fernandes | Goa
April 21, 2018 1:41 pm 1:41 PM

anything above 900GB is considered as commercial usage? lol Nextra was there in Gurgaon, and they never had unlimited plans. Now they’re crying because other ISPs in Delhi are giving better services than them, and people are leaving Nextra. But the only problem i sthat they don’t realise that people are using Zettabytes of data and they’re the only ones complaining. yup. Nextra is the same as Act and Airtel. crybabies.

April 21, 2018 7:37 am 7:37 AM

We need broadband that covers pan india.even Airtel is not so..why keep tier 2 3 cities like as if in other. Country. Waiting for jio. Government should have imposed minimum coverage of 50percent to start rules no improvement..where is jio broadband?