Tikona Introduces New Broadband Tariff Plans With No GB Restrictions and No speed Downgrade

By February 22nd, 2013 AT 2:51 PM

Tikona Digital Networks has introduced new broadband tariff plans now subscribers can avail more speed for sure in three broad-based categories, Heavy usage – No GB restrictions and No speed downgrade, Medium usage – 5GB to 20GB/month and Light usage – upto 10GB/month.

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Tikona New Broadband Tariff Plan Details :

Tikona Heavy usage category: (No GB restrictions)

Unlimited 4Mbps plan@1499 per month, very high Fair Usage policy (FUP) with entitlement of 80GB
No speed downgrade after reaching FUP
Contention ratio is increased, which does not impact speed in low traffic time zones

Tikona Medium usage category: (5 GB to 20GB per month)

Guaranteed Bill Limit
4 Mbps @ 849 per month, 5GB FUP and 2 Mbps @ 599 per month 10GB FUP
Highest secondary speed of 1 Mbps and 512 Kbps post FUP respectively

Tikona Light usage category: (40 GB for 6 months, 125 GB for 12 months)

Bill free prepaid plan
6 ps./MB in the 125GB/12 months plan @ Rs.7999 incl. ST and installation

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Monica Jain
Monica Jain

Anyone using this broadband plans of Tikona? Can they share their tikona broadband review here? It would be really helpful for all of us.

Sagar
Sagar

It’s pathetic don’t ever consider to join it

Nita Lakhani
Nita Lakhani

Are these broadband plans of Tikona still available? Can anyone share their review for Tikona here?

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