ACT Fibernet is an extremely popular name in South India, offering high-speed fiber broadband services at affordable prices. The service provider has been expanding its presence in North India as well, for a while now. The latest city to be added to its list is Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh.
ACT Fibernet had recently announced a brand makeover, giving itself a new logo and elaborating on its future plans. The company has been trying to bundle content offers along with its broadband plans for a while now. Its rapid expansion into other Indian cities underlines its plans for the future - the company has bigger ambitions than just South India.
Additionally, ACT Fibernet has gone into overdrive just in time for the commercial launch of Reliance Jio GigaFiber. Some reports suggest that the Jio GigaFiber service could launch commercially sometime later this year - optimistically, this could happen in the next three-four months.
ACT, short for Atria Convergence Technologies, has announced its expansion to the City of Nawabs. With this, ACT Fibernet now provides service in seventeen cities across India. ACT Fibernet generally offers some extremely good value for money plans in cities like Hyderabad, but the service provider’s plans in Lucknow are even better!
The ACT Fibernet Lucknow plans start at a price of Rs 749 and go up to Rs 1,249. While ACT Fibernet does offer gigabit internet service in a few cities already, the company has announced only three plans for Lucknow. That said, these plans are very well priced as it is.
Starting off with the Rs 749 ACT Silver plan, you get a speed of 100Mbps up and down, with a Fair Usage Policy of 500GB (this includes downloads as well as uploads). The Post FUP speeds are restricted to 1Mbps.
The next plan on offer is the ACT Gold plan priced at Rs 999. It offers 150Mbps speeds with a Fair Usage Policy of 1000GB. Post FUP speeds are restricted to 1Mbps.
The last plan, called ACT Platinum, is priced at Rs 1,249. It offers 150Mbps speeds with a Fair Usage Policy of 1250GB. Post FUP speeds are restricted to 2Mbps.
Subscribers can also avail of extra data via FlexyBytes for free on subscribing to longer term plans. Check out all the details on ACT Fibernet’s website here.