ACT Fibernet increases data limit of all plans at no extra cost

ACT Fibernet is ramping up to stay competitive.

    ACT Fibernet, India's largest non-telco and 3rd largest ISP (internet service provider) in the wired broadband category, increased data limits for all broadband plans for all its customers across - Vizag, Vijayawada, Nellore, Tirupati, Eluru, and Guntur in Andhra Pradesh.

    ACT Fibernet increases data limit of all plans at no extra cost

    Known as a pioneer in Giga enabling an entire Indian city and a disruptor in the Indian broadband ecosystem, ACT Fibernet's upgraded plans will allow customers to enjoy higher data limits at no additional cost.

    ACT Fibernet has combined the upload FUP and download FUP limits into one monthly data limit. The customer now has the freedom to consume data on uploads or downloads as per his/her needs and usage behaviour.

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    In Vizag, ACT Fibernet has doubled the ACT Sliver to 140 GB FUP from 70 GB FUP and ACT Gold to 200 GB FUP from 100 GB FUP. ACT Diamond and ACT Platinum have been upgraded to 250 GB FUP from 125 GB FUP and 350 FUB from 175 GB FUP respectively.

    ACT Fibernet increases data limit of all plans at no extra cost

    Simultaneously, for Vijayawada, Guntur and Eluru, ACT Fibernet has doubled all its retail broadband plans. ACT Silver has been upgraded to 150 GB FUP from 75 GB FUP, ACT Gold to 250 GB FUP from 125 GB FUP and ACT Diamond has been upgraded to 300 GB FUP from 150 GB FUP.

    For the residents of Nellore, ACT Sliver has been doubled to 80 GB FUP from 40 GB FUP, ACT Gold to 100 GB FUP from 50 GB FUP, ACT Diamond to 150 GB FUP from 75 GB FUP, ACT Platinum to 250 GB FUP from 125 GB FUP and ACT Titanium has been upgraded to 350 GB FUP from 175 GB FUP.

    In Tirupati, ACT Silver has been upgraded to 100 GB FUP versus its previous offerings of 50 GB FUP. Likewise, ACT Gold has been upgraded to 180 GB FUP from 90 GB and ACT Diamond has been upgraded to 250 GB FUP from 125 GB FUP.

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