Monday, June 27, 2005

Broad Band

Finally BSNL Data One is up at home. Speed is very decent considering the price at which BSNL is giving this service.

7 Comments:

At 6/28/2005 12:44 PM, Blogger  said...

Great. I am applying today. Which plan did you take? I think I'll start with 256kbps and upgrade later if it is necessary ...

I just followed the installation process at my neighbour's place, first time assigned my laptop 192.168.1.2 and it worked like a breeze ...

 
At 6/28/2005 2:31 PM, Blogger Subhash Chandra Y said...

Yup I also started with 256Kbps plan with modem purchase. Modem for 2k with those features is a good deal. I am getting full 256kbps and more some times. Have to see how long it will last as more people get on to the network.

 
At 6/29/2005 7:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This speed is assured for ever. As and when there is need for more BW BSNL is going to augment it. In future you may have service level agreements as well for the assured speed. - Ravindranath Y

 
At 6/30/2005 11:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Subhash ! So how much do you end up paying everymonth with this plan. I think I can as well check these details on the web.

Enjoy surfing at home -> Kabeer Ahmed.

 
At 7/02/2005 1:17 PM, Blogger Subhash Chandra Y said...

Kabeer it is Rs 500/- with 128Kbps & 1GB download monthly plan.

Today my PC is ON almost 3hrs now. During these 3hrs the modem lost the WAN side connection twice. First time after 1hr 30mins and second time 40mins later. I remeber some pople already complained about this problem in online forums. I hope BSNL guys are listening!

 
At 11/06/2005 8:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got the service up and running roughly a month back. It worked like a dream. However, after around two weeks the ADSL link problem came up. It was frustrating, given that the festive week (Diwali et al) was on and I guessed BSNL guys wouldnt exactly be helpful. Imagine my surprise when they responded immediately to my call, and sent a couple of techs over in like 10 minutes !!! This is BSNL! Way to go. As for the actual performance of the service, I'd say its a class apart. BSNL has gotten it definitely right this time.

 
At 11/06/2005 8:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got the service up and running roughly a month back. It worked like a dream. However, after around two weeks the ADSL link problem came up. It was frustrating, given that the festive week (Diwali et al) was on and I guessed BSNL guys wouldnt exactly be helpful. Imagine my surprise when they responded immediately to my call, and sent a couple of techs over in like 10 minutes !!! This is BSNL! Way to go. As for the actual performance of the service, I'd say its a class apart. BSNL has gotten it definitely right this time.

 

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