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17 Jun 10
Hi Dhamodhar welcome to mylot Well i have BSNL broadband, with unlimited download, i pay only 668.00 pm as senior citizen, here too speed was low, the Nokia modem they gave failed thrice, disgusted i purchased mine, it is BELKIN cost is higher, but better speed and no intermittent disconnections.. i enjoy downloading too.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always. Professor
23 Apr 10
i think if you are downloading movies then there may be chances that you must be using unhealthy torrents. you can go for better plans in bsnl or in any other company and it depends on your pocket. the general unlimited plans have a speed merely 256kbps, you can go for 512 and this will reduce your time upto half.
23 Apr 10
Airtel provides Speed Plans as well! See them here: http://www.airtel.in/wps/wcm/connect/airtel.in/airtel.in/home/forme_newuser/broadband+and+fixed+Line/broadband/tariffs/ Simply select the region and then, enjoy your plans!! I use AIRTEL - BSNL was my most useless ISP - Hathway was OK, But I have changed to Airtel - No issues, within 24 hour service!
23 Apr 10
Hi, Your name suggests that you might be from India. If you are using public ISPs like BSNL, I think you should listen to this, There are 3 home plans for broadband being distributed now, what they will tell you is something like this, plan 250- You will be provided 1Gb space of free download and upload after which .90 rupees will be paid for each Mb you use. The speed will be up to 1Mbps. plan 500- You will be provided 1.5Gb space for free download and upload beyond which ... etc etc.. And the speed will be the same. plan 750- Unlimited access. Speed up to 1Mbps as mentioned earlier blah blah! Now what they don't tell you is that at every elevation of your scheme your effective bandwidth i.e. speed will be almost half of the lower one. The download speed of the unlimited connection mentioned here has 1/4th the speed of plan 250. Funny isn't it? Now my question is why would someone pay extra for 1/4th of the speed he used to do? I think the broadband provider is actually restricting your download upload, and that too quite indirectly so that most of the users can be fooled without raising suspicion. Thanks God bless you