Home broadband services at 100 Mbps speed will be more than sufficient for many purposes like working from home, children’s online classes, all-day video calls, and video streaming. It would be safe to say that your requirements for web browsing, emails, voice calls, video calls and file transfers will be more than adequately met too.
After the COVID-induced pandemic, many Internet Service Providers(ISP) in the market including Reliance JioFiber, Airtel Xstream Broadband, Spectra, ACT Broadband, MTNL, Tata Sky Broadband, and Excitel are offering affordable plans for 100Mbps speeds.
Reliance Jio has a Rs 699 monthly JioFiber broadband plan, which offers 100Mbps internet speed.
Apart from 100Mbps speed, the plan also comes with unlimited data and voice calls.
With this plan, you only get 3,300GB of data on a monthly basis and after that, you will still be able to browse online, but at reduced internet speeds.
You will also be required to pay additional GST charges.
Meanwhile, Airtel’s 100 Mbps plan for Rs 799 comes with unlimited data usage, voice calls, and bundled home phones.
The MTNL 100Mbps FTTH plan costs Rs 777 per month with 800GB per month and Bharat Fiber Broadband Services’ plan called Fiber Value provides 100 Mbps symmetric speed for unlimited monthly data at a price of Rs 799 per month.
Other plans include a 100Mbps plan from ACT Fibernet which offers 150Mbps unlimited home broadband lines for Rs 799.
Similarly, Tata Sky Broadband provides a 100Mbps unlimited plan of Rs 950 per month along with a landline and Rs 850 per month without a landline.
Last but not least is the Excitel broadband service which is available in multiple cities including Delhi NCR. Here, the Fiber First 100Mbps unlimited data plan will cost Rs 699 per month with the monthly billing but cost Rs 565 per month if you pay for three months in advance, Rs 508 per month if you pay for 4 months in advance and as low as Rs 399 per month if you pay for an entire year upfront.