The devastating wave of the Covid-19 pandemic that rocked the world last year has forced the majority of industries and sectors to force their employees to work from the comfort of their homes. People have shifted to the culture of working from home and the demand for unlimited plans has increased dramatically. Various Internet Service Providers (ISPs) across the country have competed to provide their customers with better and more attractive offers than their competitors. Although ISPs offer a wide variety of plans with different internet speeds, in this article we are going to take a look at some of the plans from major ISPs across the country that offer internet speeds below 100 Mbps and are best suited for people working from home.
Airtel’s 40 Mbps plan
Airtel has redesigned its plans and the service they offer to attract users to an already highly competitive market. With Airtel Xstream Fiber, users enjoy better, improved and faster daily broadband connection experience as it provides fiber optic internet connection. Airtel allows one of the fastest broadband connections and users can access the “Basic” package which provides 40 Mbps of internet speed at a monthly cost of Rs 499 excluding tax.
Users get 3.3TB or 3,300GB of monthly Fair Use Policy (FUP) data with this plan. Airtel also provides âAirtel Thanks Benefitsâ with its broadband packages which in this case include a subscription to Wynk Music and Shaw Academy.
Jio’s 30 Mbps plan
JioFiber provides a 30 Mbps internet speed data plan at the price of Rs 399 per month. The FUP limit set on this plan is 3300 GB or 3.3 TB. By using JioFiber’s 30 Mbps plan, customers can access a smooth and transparent Internet connection on multiple devices. In addition to high speed internet, users also benefit from symmetrical upload and download speed from the provider. Rather, it is one of the cheapest plans from the ISP, and therefore, it does not include subscriptions to an OTT platform like the more expensive plans from JioFiber. However, it is best suited for clients who are looking for packages to work. residence.
Both packages at less than 100 Mbps by BSNL
Government-owned telecommunications company BSNL under Bharat Fiber Broadband offers attractive plans for its users who wish to opt for packs below 100 Mbps. BSNL’s ‘Fiber Basic’ and ‘Fiber Basic Plus’ plans offer 30 Mbps and 60 Mbps of internet speed respectively. The Fiber Basic plan is priced at Rs 449 per month, while the Fiber Basic Plus plan costs users Rs 599 per month.
These two prices are exclusive of GST and these two plans come with an FUP limit of 3300 GB or 3.3 TB. Beyond the data limit, users can enjoy internet speed of 2 Mbps and these two plans also offer a 90% discount of up to Rs 500 on the rent on the first bill.
You Broadband’s 50 Mbps plan
One of India’s leading ISPs, You Broadband by Vodafone Idea offers an unlimited 50Mbps Internet plan at a monthly cost of Rs 599. Users can also access long term plans such as a 95-day plan at 1 797 Rs, a 190 -a day plan at Rs 3,594 and a 360 day plan at Rs 7,189. All of these prices include taxes and users are granted an FUP limit of 3,500 GB or 3.5 To with this plan. It is to be noted that all of these prices are applicable in the city of Mumbai and may differ depending on where You Broadband provides connectivity.