Tata Docomo Revised FTTH Broadband Plans for Bangalore

By July 11th, 2013 AT 4:18 PM

Tata Docomo today revised its tariffs for Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) Broadband service offering in Bangalore.

Tata Docomo FTTH Broadband

Now Tata Docomo FTTH Broadband customers can enjoy data usage worth 20 GB at 4 Mbps speed for as low as Rs 1000 per month. Alternatively customers can also avail 80 GB of data usage at 4Mbps and 8 Mbps with fair usage policy for Rs. 1400 and Rs. 1500 respectively.

There are also two more plans with 50 GB at 8 Mbps and 80GB at 16Mbps with fair data usage policy for Rs.1200 and Rs.1700 respectively. Furthermore, the data plans provide consumers the speed they choose and it is available to them at all times even during peak hours.

TTL FTTH Plan Name4 Mbps 20GB FUP [email protected]8 Mbps    50 GB FUP [email protected]4 Mbps 80GB FUP [email protected]8 Mbps   80 GB FUP [email protected]16 Mbps 80 GB FUP [email protected]
Monthly Rental10001200140015001700
Download Speed4 Mbps8 Mbps4 Mbps8 Mbps16 Mbps
Upload speed256 Kbps256 Kbps512 Kbps512 Kbps1 Mbps
FUP Limit20 GB50 GB80 GB80 GB80 GB
Download Speed post FUP512 Kbps512 Kbps512 Kbps512 Kbps512 Kbps
Upload speed post FUP256 Kbps256 Kbps256 Kbps256 Kbps256 Kbps

Currently Tata Docomo’s FTTH Broadband service network covers well over 50,000 residential units in Bangalore including premium apartments and complexes such as Prestige Santhiniketan, Brigade Metropolis and Divyashree Elan.

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