In India, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer a wide range of broadband services with varying speeds and prices for their customers. If you're new to the market and need a connection for the first time, every ISP has a basic plan to offer that is both affordable and provides adequate data speed. These internet plans are ideal for folks who wish to try out a broadband connection or who just want to save money. The introductory broadband plans given by Jio, Airtel, BSNL, and other ISPs, as well as the pack information that you should be aware of, are listed below.
JioFiber's Standard Plan At a monthly cost of Rs 399, JioFiber offers a 30 Mbps internet speed data plan. This plan's FUP limit is set at 3300GB (3.3TB). Customers may obtain smooth and uninterrupted internet access across numerous devices with JioFiber's 30 Mbps package. It should be noted that the plan's price does not include GST.
Airtel Broadband Airtel's Xstream Fiber connection delivers one of the fastest broadband connections, and consumers can subscribe to the 'Basic' pack, which gives 40 Mbps of internet speed for Rs 499 per month, excluding taxes. With this package, users get 3.3TB or 3300GB of monthly fair-usage-policy (FUP) data. With its broadband subscriptions, Airtel also includes 'Airtel Thanks Benefits,' which include a membership to Wynk Music and Shaw Academy in this example.
BSNL’s New Base Plan The most affordable option from the state-owned operator BSNL used to be the ‘Fibre Basic’ plan which offers an internet speed of 30 Mbps at a cost of Rs 449. The mentioned price is exclusive of GST and the plan comes with a FUP limit of 3300GB or 3.3TB. However, the telco has recently introduced a new broadband plan called “Fiber Entry”. Using its Bharat Fiber connection, the telco offers a Fiber Entry plan which provides 20 Mbps speed at a cost of Rs 329 per month. The data limit on the plan is 1000GB beyond which the speed is reduced to 2 Mbps.
Quarterly Tata Play Fiber Plan Tata Play Fiber, formerly known as Tata Sky Broadband, also offers a low-cost plan with 50 Mbps speed for Rs 2,097 for three months. Unlike the provider's other broadband plans, this one does not have a monthly billing cycle. Users who want to subscribe to the plan for a longer length of time can do so for Rs 3,300 for six months and Rs 6,000 for a year. This plan's FUP limit is 3300GB (3.3TB).
Excitel Broadband is an exciting new broadband provider. Excitel exclusively offers broadband connections with speeds of 100 Mbps, 200 Mbps, or 300 Mbps. As a result, the telco's 100 Mbps plan is its most cheap option. Excitel's Fiber First service offers subscribers a 100 Mbps connection for Rs 699 per month. Users may also acquire the plan for Rs 565, Rs 508, Rs 490, Rs 424, and Rs 399 per month for 3 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, and 12 months. The 9-month plan, on the other hand, is only offered to new members to the programme. Furthermore, Excitel's plans are truly limitless, with no FUP data restrictions.