Upgraded ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans in Chennai Now Offer Minimum 50 Mbps Speeds

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ACT Fibernet has upgraded its broadband plans in Chennai city to provide at least 50 Mbps speeds to the users. ACT Fibernet has a total of seven broadband plans in Chennai and the company is even offering 1 Gbps speeds. Notably, the ACT Giga plan with 1 Gbps speeds is the cheapest plan in Chennai, compared to Bengaluru and Hyderabad where the company is charging Rs 5,999 every month. ACT Fibernet is even offering a 350 Mbps broadband plan in Chennai city after the latest revision. The broadband plans in Chennai start from Rs 799 and they go all the way up to Rs 2,999 (excluding taxes). Besides, ACT Fibernet customers choosing the same plan for a longer duration will be eligible to receive six months of free service. That said, it seems like ACT Fibernet is no longer providing extra data with six months validity to Chennai users, which is slightly disappointing.

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ACT Fibernet Broadband Plans Upgraded in Chennai: Check Full Details

Atria Convergence Technologies is providing a total of seven broadband plans to the residents of Chennai. The broadband plans in question are ACT Basic priced at Rs 425, ACT Blaze that costs Rs 999, ACT Blast Promo with a monthly rental of Rs 1,049, ACT Storm which can be availed for Rs 1,099, ACT Lightning retailing for Rs 1,299, ACT Incredible which is the second most premium plan priced at Rs 1,999, and lastly, there’s the ACT Giga plan offering 1 Gbps speeds at Rs 2,999 per month.

However, only five broadband plans are part of the latest revision and they are ACT Basic, ACT Storm, ACT Lightning, ACT Thunder and ACT Incredible. As for the speeds, the ACT Basic plans ships with a promise of delivering up to 50 Mbps speeds and 200GB FUP, post which the speeds will come down to a mere 512 Kbps.

The ACT Blaze plan offers 100 Mbps speeds up to 500GB, ACT Blast Promo offers 150 Mbps speeds up to 1TB; ACT Storm comes with 200 Mbps speeds up to 1.25TB, followed by the ACT Lightning plan with 250 Mbps speeds and 2.5TB FUP limit every month. Then there are the ACT Incredible and ACT Giga broadband plans providing 350 Mbps and 1 Gbps speeds respectively.

Plan Name

Internet Speed

Monthly Data

(Download + Upload)

Post FUP Speed

Monthly Rental

ACT Basic

50 Mbps

200 GB

512 Kbps

Rs 799

ACT Blaze

100 Mbps

500 GB

1 Mbps

Rs 999

ACT Blast Promo

150 Mbps

1000 GB

1 Mbps

Rs 1049

ACT Storm

200 Mbps

1250 GB

1 Mbps

Rs 1099

ACT Lightning

250 Mbps

1500 GB

1 Mbps

Rs 1299

ACT Incredible

350 Mbps

2000 GB

2 Mbps

Rs 1999

ACT Giga

1 Gbps

3000 GB

2 Mbps

Rs 2999

ACT Fibernet Long-Term Recharge Offers Also Available

Almost every broadband operator in the country right now is looking to lock-in their subscribers for a longer period by providing lucrative offers. And ACT Fibernet is no different in this regard. ACT Fibernet broadband users can avail up to four months of extra service for free on choosing the same plan for 12 months, which makes it a total of 16 months subscription. In addition, customers will also get the option to select a free Wi-Fi router on a returnable basis.

For example, if a customer chooses the ACT Lightning broadband plan in Chennai priced at Rs 1,299 for one year, then the charges would be Rs 15,588 (excluding taxes). ACT Fibernet will give two offers to the customers; Under the first offer, the customer will get three months of extra service of the same plan and free Wi-Fi router and the second offer provides four months of extra service without any Wi-Fi router. If the customer opts for the second offer, then the overall subscription period would be 16 months- an additional four months of service free from the side of ACT Fibernet.

As mentioned above, ACT Fibernet is no longer providing extra broadband data with its broadband plans in Chennai.

Chakri K

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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