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Review of Broadband in India – Subscribers and Tariffs

October 4th, 2006

As per the latest statistics released by TRAI[PDF], their are mere 1.5 Million broadband subscribers in India. Two third of the broadband subscribers(1 Million) are with state owned BSNL & MTNL. AirtelBroadband is the most aggressively expanding private player with 250,000 broadband subscribers.

You can find reviews and tariffs of various Broadband Service Providers for home users.

Airtel Broadband Plans for Home Users

Iqara Broadband – You Telecom

Reliance Broadband Plans for Home Users

BSNL Data One Review and Tariff

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  1. Paramveer
    November 5th, 2006 at 13:24 | #1

    All of it sucks. There is still no ISP offering 512kbps with unlimited usage speeds.

    And 512 is the bare minimum for streaming videos online.

  2. Anonymous
    November 19th, 2006 at 10:37 | #2

    You Telecom probably has the worst service of the lot. Best avoided.

  3. Anonymous
    December 14th, 2006 at 18:28 | #3

    I agree with paramveer more than I have ever agreed with anyone or anything i suppose. They may charge us more but what the **** I am willing to pay.

  4. Anonymous
    January 8th, 2008 at 06:01 | #4

    I’ve had very bad experiences with both Hathway and You telecom. They have very bad service and You telecom espcially is horrendous. I would suggest everybody to not even touch You telecom with a barge pole

  5. Anonymous
    January 17th, 2008 at 12:08 | #5

    Hathway broadband is all a mess. The total MB accounting is manual, and it’s unbelievably false. They add/subtract data at will, at random – and tell you your quota is over. Each time I log in to the USAGE page – I find different data, including having seen my preveous usage showing way below the limits (but they told me I had exhausted all MBs and made me purchase new pack). A real big mess – that’s Hathway. Have been using it for 9 months now – so my experience with Hathway counts πŸ™‚

  6. Anonymous
    March 31st, 2008 at 12:29 | #6

    Has any one seen broadband from RailTel http://www.railwire.in

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