ACT Broadband Launches New 60Mbps Plan at Rs 1,999 in Bangalore

By Vivek
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Fiber Optic home broadband company ACT (Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) has recently launched its new broadband brand called ACT Fibernet. Additionally, the company has also updated its plans for Bangalore. Also customers who are currently in older plans would be automatically upgraded to new plans without being charged extra cost.

ACT Broadband Launches New 60Mbps Plan at Rs 1,999 in Bangalore

 

The company has offered a range of new plans. To be precise, the 60Mbps plans for Rs. 1,999 with a download limit of 100GB and 1Mbps after the limit is decent considering the tariff. Other plans include 40 Mbps at Rs. 1399 and 20 Mbps at Rs. 1049. You will also get other plans with 2Mbps and 4MBps speed at relatively low price.

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Bala Malladi, Group CEO of the ACT Group said, "We believe that ACT is at the forefront of driving Internet consumption in India, not just in terms of growing the market but also changing the online user behaviour and enhancing the way users experience this medium."

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He further added, " Just as the company has evolved over the years, likewise our brand must evolve and reflect the impact of our technological advancement and the value it brings to more than half a million subscribers. ACT plans to invest a substantial amount of money to reach the milestone of 1 million subscribers in the next 18 months."

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