The one thing that annoys the Internet users, whatever medium they use it through, i.e. broadband, mobile data, or Wi-Fi, is the FUP limits that are set by the provider and the reduction of speeds after the limits are reached. Excitel Broadband, the internet service provider offering good service and plans in the national capital has announced its entry into Hyderabad.

One of the best parts about this is the truly unlimited plans that it is offering. Excitel Broadband mentions that there will be FUP limit and these are unlimited plans available with three speeds – 50 Mbps, 75 Mbps, and 100 Mbps. Also, for the early users who want to try out the broadband service, the plans will have a Rs. 200 per month discount until 31st July 2017.

Following are the prices for the three different plans from Excitel.

  • 50 Mbps: Rs. 495 per month (only until 31st July, later will be Rs. 695 per month)
  • 75 Mbps: Rs. 645 per month (only until 31st July, later will be Rs. 845 per month)
  • 100 Mbps: Rs. 795 per month (only until 31st July, later will be Rs. 995 per month)

It is worth noting that there are no hidden charges except for the taxes that will be applicable for every plan. The company also mentions that if the user is not happy with the service and cancels the subscription within a month, there is a 100% money back guarantee.

The network is not already laid at every corner of the city and the area where we have our office is yet to see anything from Excitel, but JioFiber cables have been laid and we might also get to see some update from Jio about its broadband service availability.

The pricing set by Excitel Broadband is decent when compared to the current competitors in Hyderabad, especially ACT Fibernet and Hathway Broadband, and the city is one of the active markets for broadband companies because of the growth in the IT sector and the need for broadband has always been on a rise. Also, recently, ACT Fibernet had announced the fastest broadband speed in India, the ACT Gigabit broadband with Hyderabad being the first city for its launch.

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