Ortel Broadband Introduces 50 Mbps DOCSIS 3.0 internet In Odisha

Ortel Broadband has introduced 50 Mbps DOCSIS 3.0 internet in Odisha. As of now, the service has been launched in Bhubaneswar, but soon it will be floated in other cities as well. With the inclusion of DOCSIS 3.0 technology, Ortel Broadband has ensured that users get higher throughput compared to earlier versions. While using DOCSIS 3.0, users get higher than normal speed for download and upload.

Ortel Broadband currently offers 512Kbps at Rs 865 with unlimited upload and downloads.


Bibhu Prasad Rath, CEO, Ortel Broadband, considers it an important step for the company in Odisha market. “It’s great to launch high-speed internet of up to 50 Mbps speed with DOCSIS 3.0 technology,” says Mr. Rath. It’s a revolutionary step in India that will redefine the internet offering completely. The best part of this mega plan is that users can enjoy high-speed internet at nominal prices.

The company also intends to distribute DOCSIS 3.0 modems in the market to enhance customer base. DOCSIS technology has been developed by CableLabs and approved by The International Telecommunication Union. Most of the leading ISPs in USA and Europe market use this technology to provide high-speed internet.

Ortal Broadband claims that its customers can download video songs within a few seconds and movies of 750 Mb size in two minutes.

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S Gopal
July 13, 2015 3:55 pm 3:55 PM

Ortel Broadband has harped on the speed which is commendable, however, it remains silent on the pricing and how much of a scrooge they will be for their FUP packages. Currently, the price that they charge is higher than what even BSNL Broadband (DataOne) charges.

June 25, 2015 11:39 pm 11:39 PM

Its all fake statement by Ortel. Seems getting the competition heat from private operators like SitiCable and newly launched JetSpot.in. Soon their era of monopoly will come to an end… most likely forever

June 25, 2015 11:31 am 11:31 AM

Do they also have 20 kbps FUP like the revolutionary IIN ????