Reliance Netconnect+ Brings New Speed Based Plans

By September 8th, 2011 AT 8:42 PM

Reliance Netconnect+ Brings New Speed Based PlansIn a bid to compete with 3G players Reliance Communications now brings speed based plans for Netconnect Broadband+ subscribers.

Earlier Rcom drops price of its EVDO based dongles to Rs 1299, which lowest entry point for any 3G or HSPA operator – MTS MBlaze dongles comes Rs 1599/1549, MTS MBlaze Ultra dongle at Rs 2499, Tata Photon+ dongle at Rs 1799/1899 or BSNL EVDO dongles at Rs 1499 while 3G HSPA dongles from different operators comes with MRP of Rs 1600 to Rs 3500.

Many subscribers want data plans with a specific speed, just like wireline broadband. Such plans are more pocket friendly. For them Reliance offers various speed based plans, starting with monthly rental of Rs 400.

You can opt plans with bandwidth of 150kbps, 256kbps or 384kbps respectively.


** Nationwide coverage will ensure Reliance Netconnect Broadband+ coverage in more than 500 major cities and seamless integration with High Speed 1x for National coverage.

**Please note that day/night classification of a particular session will be done on basis of session start time i.e. If the session starts in Peak time/Day Usage (6 AM to 10 PM), it would be classified as a day session and if the session starts in Off-peak time/Night Usage (between 10 PM to 6 AM), it would be classified as night session.

For more details visit or visit nearest Reliance World Store.

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