The Internet is one of the best things human has ever invented, it opens up endless possibilities for us, with this you can learn, teach others and can do amazing stuff with just a few clicks, but as we are moving ahead and stepping into the next generation, demand for fast internet connection has evolved, even Indian Government is planning to set 2Mbps as minimum internet speed in the country which is 512Kbps at this time.
At the time when average internet speed in India is just 2.5Mbps, ACT Fibernet has taken a giant step and launched 1Gbps wired broadband service in Hyderabad; it is almost 400 times faster than the countries average internet speed. ACT Fibernet is the first player in the Indian internet market to GIGA enable an entire Indian city.
There are very few cities in the world which have this kind of internet facility available, which means this makes Hyderabad in the premium league of such cities. Giga speeds will allow downloads from the internet faster than transferring data from a USB drive.
The plans for this package is fair enough, you will 1Gbps speed with cap limit of 1TB (which is way more than enough) at Rs. 5,999, and after your cap limit you will get 10Mbps speed for rest of the time.
Mr. Bala Malladi, CEO, ACT Fibernet said, “With our citizens and the government moving towards the Digital India movement, high-speed internet is the need of the hour. With the launch of our 1 Gbps broadband internet service, it gives me immense pride to turn this dream into reality. The city of Hyderabad is apt for our maiden launch as it has some of the best technology brands, educational institutions and a vibrant economy.”
Honorable Minister for IT, Municipal Administration and Urban development and Industries, Shri. K. Taraka Rama Rao said, “I am extremely pleased to be present here and witness the historic launch of 1Gbps broadband internet service for an entire city in the country. It is my vision to connect our residents to high-speed internet, and I am sure this product from ACT Fibernet will further help fulfill my vision of making Telangana a tech and digitally advanced hub.”