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ACT Fibernet Giving Additional Speed Benefits to Existing Customers

ACT Fibernet has a brand new supply to offer extra velocity advantages to all prospects by way of November. Under the brand new supply, the Bengaluru-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) is offering velocity upgrades of as much as 500Mbps to its broadband customers without spending a dime. Customers can avail the good thing about the velocity improve straight by way of the ACT Fibernet app. The firm provides a wide range of plans for its optical fibre-based broadband service in cities together with Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, and Hyderabad, amongst others.

To inform concerning the velocity enhance supply, ACT Fibernet has despatched an e-mail to its customers throughout India. The firm confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the supply is relevant to all ACT Fibernet prospects and is legitimate till November 30.

ACT Fibernet is giving extra velocity advantages to its present prospects

 

Under the supply, if a buyer‘s plan velocity is lower than 100Mbps, they’re eligible to spice up their velocity to 100Mbps. The velocity can be upgraded to 300Mbps if a buyer has better than 100Mbps, however lower than 300Mbps. And for customers who’ve better than 300Mbps however lower than 500Mbps plan speeds, they are going to be upgraded to 500Mbps.

You can avail the velocity enhance profit by logging on to the ACT Fibernet app. A banner displaying the supply has been featured on the house display screen of the app the place you should faucet to get the extra velocity.

Last yr, ACT Fibernet provided the same velocity enhance improve to help the start of work at home for a lot of of its customers — because of the nationwide lockdown owing to the coronavirus pandemic. The operator additionally later elevated the rental for its broadband plans in eight cities together with Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Delhi.

ACT Fibernet additionally lately upgraded its two present broadband plans with as much as 300Mbps speeds and began providing larger honest utilization coverage (FUP) limits in Bengaluru to tackle Airtel and Jio Fiber within the capital metropolis.


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