Railwire 100 Mbps Broadband Plan With 1TB FUP Limit Now Costs Rs 999 per Month

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Railwire, the Public sector undertaking company has now upgraded almost all its broadband plans' FUP to 1TB, following the launch of JioFiber. Before the launch of JioFiber plans, every Internet Service Provider (ISP) expected that the Mukesh Ambani-owned company would disrupt the broadband segment, however, the JioFiber plans did not impress many, especially the FUP limit set on the plans below Rs 1,000. Railwire which has operations across 23 regions of India, has wide-range broadband plans starting at around Rs 400 and going all the way up to Rs 3,000. Also, Railwire has separate broadband plans for SMEs (Small and medium-sized enterprises) in select cities. In Kerala, Railwire has increased FUP limit on all of its broadband plans to 1TB, except for the base Rs 449 plan. Right now, the FUP limit has been increased only in Kerala, but we're expecting the company to make the same changes in other cities as well.

Railwire 100 Mbps Broadband Plan With 1TB FUP Costs Rs 999

In Kerala, Railwire has a total of nine FUP plans and four unlimited FUP plans. Starting with the FUP plans, they start at Rs 449 and go all the way up to Rs 1,949 providing speeds up to 200 Mbps. The base Rs 449 Railwire plan offers 10 Mbps speeds and 30GB of data for a month, which is underwhelming. However, the best plans are yet to come. There's a Rs 499 broadband plan from Railwire that offers the same 10 Mbps speeds, but a whopping 1TB of FUP per month, so there's a no point in choosing the Rs 449 plan.

Moving on we have 20 Mbps, 40 Mbps, 50 Mbps, 75 Mbps, 100 Mbps plans priced at Rs 699, Rs 799, Rs 899, Rs 949 and Rs 999, respectively. All these plans ship with a FUP limit of 1TB or 1000GB per month. So Railwire is providing a 100 Mbps broadband plan with 1TB FUP limit at Rs 999 (excluding taxes). Lastly, there are 125 Mbps and 200 Mbps broadband plans priced at Rs 1,249 and Rs 1,999, offering 1.5TB and 2TB FUP limit, per month.

Railwire Also Offering Four Unlimited Data Plans

Besides the FUP plans in Kerala, Railwire is also providing four unlimited data plans to the customers in the state. The four plans in question are Rs 599 one offering 10 Mbps speeds, Rs 899 plan providing 15 Mbps speeds, Rs 1,399 plan delivering 20 Mbps speeds, and lastly, the Rs 2,499 plan that offers a user 50 Mbps speeds without any monthly limit. That said, these Unlimited Data plans from Railwire aren't that impressive as the pricing is on the higher side. Maybe, the government-owned company will revise these plans in the coming days to match the competition.

Talking about Railwire, it currently has operations across 23 major regions in India. Railwire has its presence across Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Bihar, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh East, West Bengal, Delhi, Goa, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh West, North East 1 and North East 2.

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