ACT Fibernet Subscribers Will Get 300Mbps Unlimited Data Till April 30


ACT Fibernet last month announced a free upgrade offer for users doing work from home due to Coronavirus, which has now been extended till 30 April.

Internet Service Provider (ISP) ACT Fibernet offered its users a free upgrade to speeds of up to 300Mbps last month. Under this offer, users get speeds up to 300Mbps up to 31 March without any charge. The company has now extended the validity of this offer until 31 April. Because of this, users will continue to get the benefit of internet service at a speed of 300Mbps without any extra charge. The company offers unlimited internet service to its users. In such a situation, users will continue to enjoy unlimited data at a speed of 300Mbps.ACT Fibernet

ACT Fibernet last month introduced this offer for millions of users doing work from home in India due to Coronavirus so that users do not face internet speed problems while working from home. Users are getting the benefit of data from 300Mbps speed instead of 100Mbps speed without any extra charge. At this time the lockdown has been declared till 14 April in India. Because of which most of the people are working in their homes. With this offer of ACT Fibernet, users will now get good internet speed till 30th April.

Other broadband service providers such as Reliance Jio Fiber had also recently offered double data benefits to their users. Under this offer, double data is being offered to every Jio Fiber users. Jio Fiber plans start at Rs 849, in which users get the benefit of data at a speed of 100Mbps.

BSNL and MTNL have also introduced Work from Home plan for their users. In which users get the benefit of 5GB data per day at a speed of 10Mbps. ACT Fibernet users can take advantage of this operation through the mobile app. On the home page of the mobile app, users get the option to upgrade the plan. For this, you have to first login to your mobile app. After which you can upgrade your broadband plan.

Lingraj Sahu
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