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ACT Fibernet

ACT Fibernet Revised Plans Bengaluru-250Mbps Plan now at 2TB FUP

ACT Fibernet launched the 250Mbps plans in Bengaluru in 2015 or business users. Now, the company has made updations in the plans by increasing the FUP from 1.25TB to 2TB at the same price. Earlier, it had updated the FUP from 1TB to 1.25TB. This plan is categorized as ACT SME Phenomenal Plus.

The company has also updated the FUP limit for some other plans which include 200Mbps and 150Mbps plans which have upgraded to 1.25TB and 900GB, respectively. Speeds on post consumption of FUP will remain the same.

Also Read: ACT Fibernet In Delhi

Installation charge for business connections are Rs. 5000 and monthly rental includes additional tax.

Features of Corporate Plan:

  • Fibre-to-the-office (FTTO) connectivity over a dedicated Gigabit Switch
  • 100% committed bandwidth
  • Free Static IP
  • 24X7 Proactive Monitoring and NOC support

Brief Overview of ACT Fibernet's Updated Plans

Plan NameSpeedMonthly Rentals (Rs.)Old FUPNew FUPSpeed Post FUP Limit
ACT SME Phenomenal Plus250 Mbps12,0001.25 TB2 TB5 Mbps
ACT SME Exceptional Plus200 Mbps9,0001TB1.25 TB4 Mbps
ACT SME Ultrafast Plus150 Mbps7,000750 GB900 GB3 Mbps
Source: Fonearena

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