Spectra's new broadband plan offers 400GB data at 1 Gbps speed for Rs. 899

Spectra's guiding philosophy is to make life better for individuals and businesses.

    Spectra, a broadband service provider, has announced the launch of a new plan for consumers in Bengaluru. The company is now offering 400 GB of data at 1 Gbps speed for just Rs. 899. This plan will be available in select areas around Bengaluru.

    Spectra is now offering 400GB data at 1 Gbps speed for Rs. 899


    Notably, this is the starting package for interested consumers. Meanwhile, all Spectra customers in the city will be upgraded to this pack. Interestingly, this is an unlimited plan and the unused data can be carried forward. There is another plan without any cap and for which consumers will have to pay Rs. 1,249.

    Announcing the plans, the company said: "Spectra's Bengaluru customers have been upgraded to the 1 Gbps speed at no extra cost and with this, it is now the largest 1 Gbps broadband speed network provider in the country."

    Mr. Udit Mehrotra, CEO and Managing Director, Spectra, said, "At Spectra our guiding philosophy is to make life better for individuals and businesses. This means enabling them with the opportunities that come with unlimited internet and fueling our country's future digital innovations. This is why we had launched affordable 100 Mbps with symmetric speed and unlimited data download volume in the past and 1 Gbps is the logical next step to that. After receiving an overwhelming response from our customers in Delhi NCR, we are excited to bring 1 Gbps to Bengaluru."

    Since September 2017, the company has committed to invest Rs. 100 crore in its network expansion to cover 4 lakh households. Now the launch in Bengaluru is a critical step in the company's roadmap.
    Meanwhile, Spectra has also joined hands with Hungama and ALTBalaji whose services come bundled in Spectra's Rs 1,549 and Rs 1,849 packages.

    Spectra also has dedicated fiber connectivity for business with plans starting from Rs 1,999 per month for basic 1 Gbps broadband and goes up to Rs 14,000 per month for a dedicated leased line for 50 Mbps Advantage Speed for first 500 GB and 5 Mbps thereafter with multiple IPs.

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