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  • 256 Kbps

    9 21.43%
  • 512 Kbps

    5 11.90%
  • 1 Mbps

    8 19.05%
  • 2 Mbps

    6 14.29%
  • 4 Mbps

    7 16.67%
  • 8 Mbps

    5 11.90%
  • 16 Mbps

    0 0%
  • 32 Mbps

    2 4.76%
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Which Plan And Why ?

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    Default Which Plan And Why ?

    So guys, which plan would you take and why ??

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    I would go for the 4mbps unlimited plan as its in my budget and is just the right kind of speed for that price

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    what budget??
    i c no rent list!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb21pro View Post
    what budget??
    i c no rent list!!
    this is the price plan page check it :O|)
    Railwire - Tariffs & Plans

    i wud love to go for 4mbps plan

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    i would stick to my sasta bsnl only

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb21pro View Post
    i would stick to my sasta bsnl only
    this is the cheapest ISP i saw in India, we really don't have anything cheaper than this in India.
    In UK you can get 8Mbps broadband for 5pounds but there is a cap of 20GB and look these plans even don't have any cap.

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    The 4 Mbps plan, and the reason is that its good value for money

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    Who chose 32 Mbps ?
    UL or the limited one ?

    Well, I would go for the 1 Mbps UL plan because my dad will pay anything under 1000 bucks. And the speed is alright for a 14 year old geek.

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    1 mbps under 1000 bucks.....this is the cheapest i hv ever seen..... the quality of the service is yet to be reviewed but price wise its damm cool......

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    I like 32 mbps ... very economical .... do you get good service with this ISP ?

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    I would choose 512Kbps Unlimited Plan..That would be more than enough for me..
    Are there any Night Unlimited Plans In this One???

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    Night Unlimited ??

    Who cares ! You are already getting 24x7 unlimited connection and that too so cheap !

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    I would opt for 8 Mbps if and when it is available. Looks good only on paper as
    of now. As there is not much information available, rather the service itself not
    being available largely, it's hard for me to state the reason 'why' I am choosing
    the said plan. If all goes well (which generally does not) I would be happy
    anywhere between 4 Mbps - 8 Mbps connection. Use it for said period of time
    and then make a shift to a faster connection.

    Prices are definitely very attractive, but because the service is only available
    to two areas in Bangalore we will have to wait and watch as they start to expand
    into other cities and areas all over India.

    After the reading the first post about Railwire which smartflight posted in other
    thread I dug out a mail I had received from them sometime back stating they
    would be in Mumbai late 2008 or early 2009.

    Lets hope for the best

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    512 Kbps that comes around Rs 620...
    Thats fater & cheaper than my current BSNL plan....
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    Angry

    256kbps bsnl broadband
    becoz this is only avialable in my city.....

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    @Above

    Bro I meant which plan would you take if it were available in your city.

    Like I would go for the 1 Mbps UL plan!

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    I'd rather go for 2Mbps plan. That suits my budget and the frequency and kind of download that I do.

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    is it real if so in which cities it is available

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    4 Mbps

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    i think 2 mb and 4 mb is the best

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    the 2mbps unlimited plan looks really promising ..

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    is this available in mumbai ?

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    do they provide connections in chennai please some one reply

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    it isnt as cheap as inuk man there u get 8 mbps unlimited at 10 pounds but is damn cheaper than the other bull **** isps in India

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvagamer View Post
    is this available in mumbai ?
    Most probably, It will start in the second half of the year....

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