Act Broadband

Act Fibernet Puts a Step in National Capital Delhi.

ACT Fibernet :

The famous ISP of South India has finally put a step in the capital. ACT Fibernet is one of the well-known broadband service providers in South India, especially in the major cities like Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Chennai. Act is popular for its Fiber Optic broadband and now it will compete with Airtel, Nextra, and Spectranet. Initially, Act Fibernet is launched in Safdarjung, Green Park, Malviya Nagar and Kalkaji and now by that,  it should solve the Delhi’s worst internet cities in India. It is offering ACT Tornado and ACT Cyclone under this four plans are there.

ACT Fibernet

It is offering currently offering four plans

  • ACT Bronze
  • ACT Silver
  • ACT Gold
  • ACT Platinum

ACT Bronze

It offers 30Mbps speed with 50GB and charges Rs. 999 for the rent.  After 50GB of usage, the speed will be reduced to 512Kbps. This is fairly low when compared to other cities.

ACT Silver

Under this plan, the user will get 40Mbps up to 75GB for Rs. 1199 and after that speed will be reduced to 512Kbps.

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ACT Gold

This plan offers 60Mbps for 100GB and then speed will be reduced to 512Kbps and you will be charged Rs. 1499 for this plan.

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ACT Platinum

It is the top-most plan by ACT Fibernet as of now. It offers lightning fast speed 100 Mbps up to 150 GB and after 150GB that basic or moderate user do not cross, the Speed will be reduced to 1Mbps and this will cost you Rs.1999 for the rent.

It is also spreading its coverage in the coming months in Delhi and new launched ACT Fibernet will also come with Enterprise Plans.

About Himanshu Kainth

Himanshu Kainth
Himanshu Kainth, Chief editor of GadgetsParade. He loves to write about technology and tries to make aware about new tech gadgets to the people. He is a foodie by heart and loves to go to new different places. He is pursuing BCA in New Delhi.

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