Pioneer Broadband is Offering 100 Mbps Fiber Broadband Connection With 700GB FUP at Rs 2,000

By February 23rd, 2018 AT 8:34 AM

How many times have you seen a broadband service provider offering service in city outskirts? Well, here’s one such wired Internet Service Provider which is known for providing wired broadband service in outside parts of Hyderabad. Pioneer Elabs (let’s call it Pioneer Broadband) is one of the oldest ISP in Hyderabad as the company was established back in 1998 with an aim to deliver service to every corner of the Hyderabad city. Headquartered in Hyderabad, Pioneer Broadband is currently offering fiber and normal broadband services in the city and at affordable rates when compared to the competition. Pioneer’s Fiber broadband plans range from Rs 350 monthly charges to Rs 2,000 monthly charges ranging speeds between 2 Mbps and 100 Mbps. And the best part of them is that incredible and super fast service.


Pioneer’s broadband plans are divided into two categories- VC and Unlimited. Plans under VC comes with a monthly FUP, while plans under Unlimited category doesn’t have monthly FUP limit, but the speeds are limited though.

Pioneer VC Plans
Pioneer’s VC plans start at Rs 350 per month and goes up to Rs 2,000. Overall, there are eight plans under this category. The Rs 350 base plan gives download speed of 2 Mbps with 500GB FUP and 512 Kbps after FUP speed, followed by a Rs 500 VC plan with 5 Mbps speed, 140GB monthly FUP and 1 Mbps after FUP speeds.

Next on the list, we have a 10 Mbps broadband plan with 160GB monthly FUP and 1 Mbps after FUP speed at Rs 550. Pioneer also has Rs 650 and Rs 750 monthly broadband plans with 25 Mbps and 40 Mbps download speed and 200GB FUP limit. The Rs 650 plan gives an after FUP speed of 1 Mbps, while the Rs 750 monthly plan provides 3 Mbps post the completion of monthly FUP.

Lastly, Pioneer has three plans priced over Rs 1,000 of Rs 1,050, Rs 1,200 and Rs 2,000. The Rs 1,050 broadband plan gives download speed of 60 Mbps up to 250GB and 3 Mbps post that; the Rs 1,200 plan provides a user 300GB of monthly FUP at 80 Kbps and 4 Mbps after FUP speed. Finally, the premium Rs 2,000 broadband plan offers 100 Mbps connection with 750GB monthly FUP and 4 Mbps after FUP speed. These plans are on-par with ACT Fibernet’s broadband plans in Hyderabad region.

Pioneer Unlimited Plans
Under the Unlimited plans category, Pioneer is offering four plans of Rs 400, Rs 550, Rs 700 and Rs 1,200. The Rs 400 plan offers 1 Mbps connection; the Rs 550 plan gives 2 Mbps; the Rs 700 broadband plan gives unlimited data at 4 Mbps, and the Rs 1,200 plan gives unlimited data at 10 Mbps.

I have been using Pioneer Broadband for more than four months and haven’t faced a single issue. Also, their technical team in quick in resolving the issues. In fact, you never face issues with Fiber broadband service, but there were a couple of times the service was down, and they’ve fixed it in just an hour. Also, the best part with Pioneer is they provide broadband service in the corners of Hyderabad city.

Note: These plans are not yet updated on the company’s website. But you’ll be give the same plans when you request for a new connection.

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Kiran Fernandes | Goa
Kiran Fernandes | Goa

Ethernet Xpress gives 300Mbps in Goa, but it’s a private ISP, and they aren’t covering all of Goa, but they’re scared of Jio fiber and are trying their best to connect a number of users in Goa.

If you take the yearly plan, you’re getting 24TB and the post fup speed is 50Mbps LOL

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Priyansh Singh
Priyansh Singh

They should launch their Services on Pan India Basis. We need this in our HomeTown too. 🙁

Kiran Fernandes | Goa
Kiran Fernandes | Goa

haha sadly this is only for Goa for now. Don’t worry Priyansh, Jio will be giving 1Gbps plans and they wanna roll it out to every nook and corner of India, but they will bring it later. This Ethernet Xpress will upgrade to gigabits only after Jio comes, because the only reason why they did this is because of the Jio scare. Jio seems to be focusing on fiber, and they should come to your place by 2020. just keep an eye out for the news of it coming to your place. Where do you stay btw?

Priyansh Singh
Priyansh Singh

Ma’am Data Speed is my Only Concern. I’ve never experienced anything above 4 Mbps. To download a Song within Seconds is still a Dream for me. Speed – that’s all what I need.

Priyansh Singh | Kashipur (Uttarakhand)
Priyansh Singh | Kashipur (Uttarakhand)

I hope you have the answer to your Question Now. Thanks for Having me. 🙂


Plans for each region might be different, I’m using Pioneer’s 100mbps up and down fully unlimited no FUP plan in Kukatpally, Hyd, about 1750rs per month. Works reasonably well. Fiber to the building/shaft, cat5 to flat.

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