Broadband Plans

Last Updated: 5th August 2021

Popular Broadband Plans

JioFiber Rs. 399 Monthly Plan
Speed 30 Mbps Upload & 30 Mbps Download, Voice: Free
Speed
30 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
399 for 1 Month Buy Plan
Airtel Unlimited Broadband Plan for Rs. 499
Talktime: Unlimited, Includes Airtel Thanks benefit
Speed
Up to 40Mbps
Data
Unlimited
499 for 1 Month Buy Plan
Wifi Router:
Free
Subscriptions
OTT Subscriptions
  • Airtel Xstream
  • Wynk Music
  • Shaw Academy
BSNL Fibre Basic for Rs. 449
Speed 2Mbps Beyond 3300GB
Speed
Upto 30 Mbps till 3300 GB
Data
Unlimited Data Download
449 for 1 Month Buy Plan
Hathway GPON Single Band Hybrid for Rs. 749
Installation: Free, Hybrid Box: Free, Hybrid Box Installation Charges: 999*, Speed 3 Mbps Post FUP
Speed
100 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
749 for 1 Month Buy Plan
Wifi Router:
Free
Excitel for Streamers of Rs. 399
Speed
100 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
399 for 12 Months Buy Plan
ACT Bronze 50 Mbps Speed for Rs.549
Equal upload & download speed, Zero-touch installation
Speed
50 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
549 for 1 Month Buy Plan
Subscriptions
+3 more
OTT Subscriptions
  • ACT STREAM TV 4K
  • NETFLIX
  • ZEE5
  • hungama
  • SonyLiv
  • aha
  • EPIC ON
  • ACT GAME
  • ACT SHIELD
  • cult.fit
Tata Sky 100Mbps Speed for Rs.850
Free Installation and Dual Band Router included
Speed
100 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
850 for 1 Month Buy Plan
Wifi Router:
Free
Tikona 40 Mbps Speed for Rs. 499 per 1 Month
FUP Limit Per Month: Unlimited, Installation charges: Rs 1000, Subscription Amount: Rs 1769, Available in Select Buildings Only, No of simultaneous login allowed from a single location: 1, No of device registrations allowed: 5
Speed
40 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
499 for 1 Month Buy Plan
YOU Broadband Unlimited Plan for Rs. 472
Speed
30 Mbps
Data
Unlimited
472 for 30 Days Buy Plan
ACT
Airtel
BSNL
Excitel
Hathway
Jio
Tata Sky
Tikona
YOU

Broadband refers to high speed Internet access, and we are looking at wired home broadband plans from Internet service providers like Airtel, Reliance Jio, BSNL, Hathway, Excitel, Tata Sky, and ACT, to help you find the best high speed internet plans depending on your needs. On this page you'll find popular broadband plans, as well as the latest news and updates about broadband in India. To find the right broadband plan for you, either browse the popular plans below, or choose your operator and region to see all the plans available for you. These plans range from one-day top-ups to high volume unlimited plans, so you can find what is needed easily.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is broadband service?

    Broadband refers to high speed Internet connections. These can be wired or wireless — 4G speeds are high enough to count as broadband. According to the government, the minimum speed for broadband is a mere 512Kbps for now.

  • What is the difference between broadband and Wi-Fi?

    Broadband simply refers to the connection that the Internet service provider is sending to your house. The ISP sends a wire into your house which goes into a modem, to enable the connection. The router that the ISP provides to use this connection is usually a Wi-Fi enabled one, which you can then use to connect phones, tablets, and laptops among other things, to the Internet.

  • How do I choose a broadband service for home?

    The service you need will depend on a number of factors but look at the number of devices you need to connect, the kind of usage you have in mind, and how many people are in the house, in order to plan this. If you think your usage will mostly be to connect a laptop to the Internet to send emails and do some online shopping, then you probably don't need as much bandwidth or the same download limits as someone who lives in a family of four, all of whom are connected to the Internet and are watching movies and playing video games online through the day.

  • Which broadband connections are truly unlimited?

    Many broadband connections in India are now unlimited. While a number of them still have a FUP (fair usage policy) which limits your high speed usage quota, others have switched to fully unlimited plans as well. Airtel and JioFiber both have fully unlimited plans you can choose.

  • What is a Fair Usage Police (FUP)?

    To prevent some users from jamming up the network experience for all the subscribers in their area by using an inordinate amount of the network's resources (for example by torrenting huge files), ISPs introduced FUP, usage caps based on the amount of data that a person has used. In theory this makes sense, but the policies largely became extremely limiting as the usage of the Internet became more of a norm, and that is why Broadband providers are now moving away from this concept.

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