ACT Fibernet launches 1Gbps wired broadband in Hyderabad


Act Fibernet launches 1 GBPS internet connection in Hyderabad.

It'll come with a monthly subscription fee of Rs. 6,900 ($105, exclusive of taxes), along with a bandwidth cap of 1TB for uploads and downloads.

This launch has put ACT Fibernet, Hyderabad and India on the worldwide map also as very few cities across the world boast of being "Giga enabled" cities.

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ACT Fibernet has announced the launch of 1Gbps wired broadband internet service in India, and the first city to get a high-speed broadband connectivity is Hyderabad. The plan will be first rolled out in Hyderabad and will be quickly rolled out to other cities as well.

Speaking at the launch, Honourable Minister for IT, Municipal Administration and Urban development and Industries, Shri. The company claims that this service is about 400 times faster than the average internet speed of India which is now 2.5 megabits per second. To put this into practical terms, downloading a 1GB movie is now a matter of seconds even after assuming some fluctuations in the speeds.

ACT Fibernet is clearly Hyderbad's preferred ISP with over 65 per cent market share and it makes sense to debut the service in ACT Fibernet's fastest growing market.

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IT minister K T Rama Rao launched the one GBPS internet connection of ACT Fibernet in Hyderabad here on Thursday. "Giga speeds will allow downloads from the internet faster than transferring data from a USB drive", Bala Malladi, chief executive officer, ACT Fibernet, said in a telephone phone interview. "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".

He added that such high speeds will transform the way internet is now being consumed at large and this will fast track the government's target to connect all its 23 million Telangana residents through the Internet by 2018. The company said that it has the best fiber optic technology available and it aims to deliver disrupt and lead technological growth in the country.

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