Video: Spectranet’s Truly Unlimited 100 Mbps Plan Costs Just Rs. 1849: Everything You Need to Know

By August 8th, 2017 AT 5:51 PM

Spectranet, one of India’s leading ISP operator, has decent offers under its belt in areas where it operates. Spectranet currently offering operations in eight cities- Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, and Chennai.

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There are a lot of other plans as well from Spectranet. To know more details, please check out the video below.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCbVbLGpydA]

The company is offering a lot of plans, however, the standout ones are the truly unlimited plans. For example, Spectranet has a Rs. 1849 broadband plan that gives 100 Mbps speed with no FUP plan. The Rs. 1849 plan is valid in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Mumbai, and Noida. There’s a 50 Mbps truly unlimited FUP plan as well, which costs Rs. 1349, while an unlimited 10 Mbps plan costs Rs. 799 per month.

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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