In India, there are several home broadband services. These services can be profitable in many ways like children’s online classes especially during the time of Covid-19, telecommuting, video streaming, and all-day video calls. In the market, you can easily find several service providers like Airtel Xstream Broadband, Reliance JioFiber, ACT Broadband, Spectra, Tata Sky Broadband, MTNL, and Excitel and broadband plans for these services providers.
Among all these, Reliance Jio is one of the most reasonable and affordable service providers. The JioFibre broadband plan for the home is starting at just Rs 699 per month. It bundles a home phone with unlimited voice calls within the country. Moreover, you get consistent speed, which means 100 Mbps download, upload, and unlimited data usage.
Home Broadband Plans By Other Service Providers
Airtel 100 Mbps plan for the Airtel Xstream broadband service is something costlier than JioFibre and priced at Rs 799 per month. The Airtel plan also offers 100 Mbps download and upload speed and unlimited data usage. Including this, users also get a bundled home phone which permits unlimited voice calls within pan India. The Airtel Thanks bundle contains Airtel Xstream video streaming and the Wynk Music streaming app subscription.
MTNL offers a 100 Mbps FTTH plan at Rs 777 per month. This plan includes 800GB of data per month. In the interim, Bharat Fiber Broadband Services’ plan also known as Fiber Value. It offers 100 Mbps symmetric speed at Rs 799 per month.
In addition to all these, few other plans come from ACT Fibernet at Rs 799 offering 150Mbps unlimited home broadband. In the same way, Tata Sky Broadband offers a 100 Mbps unlimited plan for Rs 950 per month along with a landline and Rs 850 per month without a landline.
Here comes the Excitel. It is a broadband service that has spread its services in different cities of India. This is the first service provider offering prepaid broadband service.