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Of primary concern to all internet users is their actual connection to the internet.A user needs to look at all the factors and weigh the benefits and costs

  • Reliability - is the connection available 24/7, or do you get a busy signal?

  • Speed - at what speeds can a user upload and download files?

  • Costs - what are the setup and monthly costs for the internet connection service?

  • Support - is support available 24/7 and is it free or is there a cost associated with it?

  • Availability - is the desired service available at your location?

    Available options with good and bad features include:Local dial up with phone company (local isp) - While this many times is the simplest, often times, they are the most costly and support can be an issue. Speeds are typically the slowest at 26k to 56k connection speeds.

    Software file compression- If you only have 26k dialup isp connections available to you or you want to speed up your DSL connections, this is an important option you should take a look at. With this type of software you can increase your internet connection speeds by as much as five times for very little money. Popular software products that accomplish this are ActiveSpeed, PropelAccelerator, Dr. Speed, and SuperSpeeder, Highly recommended solution to increasing your browsing experience.

    Local dial up with national firm - This is by far the most popular with companies like AOL, People PC, Juno, EarthLink, and Netzero providing this service to millions of users. These certainly are the most cost effective and provide excellent 24/7 support. With the high speed upgrade options you can approach 112 k speeds. If the company has a local or toll free number available in your area, then this alternative provides the lowest cost isp internet connection.

    Cable connection - If cable TV is available in your area, many firms also provide an internet connection for an additional fee. Requires special cable modem. Speeds are anywhere from 512k to 10Mps.

    DSL or digital service line - Many local phone companies are providing this service to selected areas. Requires installation of DSL modem on your computer and speeds typically are from 512k to 9Mps. The distance from the local hub also affects your speed. You will pay 2 to 3 times the costs of basic dial up.

    Broadband - Is a term loosely thrown around that is applied to a DSL, cable, wireless, or satellite internet connections. Technically broadband is a minimum of 1.5Mbs but is used to market products with bandwidth as low as 512k. When you hear the term broadband used, think like "health food", an undefined marketing catch word.

    Wireless internet connection - This option is available in limited area's and requires a wireless modem on your computer. Speeds typically are 2Mbps and this is a flexible approach as you do not need to be hardwired or plugged in. Available in many metro area's.

    Satellite internet connection - This is the perfect solution for remote area's if you require a high speed internet connection. Upload and download speeds are different and in some cases you can only download via satellite and are required to upload via dial up. This is the most expensive alternative, but you can get service basically anywhere in the world. Speeds starting at 500k are available. Contact Directway for dependable and fast satellite internet connections.

    About The Author

    Ray LaFoy has been providing professional web and software development services since 1999. Living in Montana, he has made a career of excelling in marketing.

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    There's a battle going on between Cable TV and Satellite TV. Many people wonder what the best choice really is. The best choice may lay in these factors:
    Popularity
    Both Cable TV and Satellite TV are popular. Although cable still is more popular overall, satellite TV has made huge gains on cable TV.
    Equipment
    Cable TV systems require a cable to be installed from the network to your house. If your street has no cable you may need to wait a while before it is available in your area. Besides the cable you need a receiver. With digital services you need an additional box.
    Satellite TV requires a satellite dish, a receiver and a cable from the dish to your TV (no digging in your garden).
    Reception Quality
    Cable TV has analog channels and even though you can upgrade to digital services, analog channels will still be analog, meaning an often fuzzy picture. Satellite TV is completely digital, which gives you all the advantages of digital systems. Very heavy rain or snow can obstruct reception briefly, but generally this happens very rarely. Reception quality is much better with Satellite TV.
    Programming
    Here it gets really interesting. Cable TV can handle up to 260 channels. Satellite TV can handle more channels. Also, Satellite TV is more advanced in HDTV (High Definition Television) services.
    Pricing
    Usually Satellite TV is less expensive than Cable TV due to many additional costs that are related to Cable TV: franchise fees, taxes, plus costs for any pay per view services, and equipment costs. Dish Network Programming Package starts at only $29.99 per month.
    Interactive Services
    In general Satellite TV has more interactive services than Cable TV. Digital services like Dish Network's DVR (Digital Video Recorder) which gives the option to rewind while recording even in live broadcasts, EPG (Electronic Program Guide), Instant Weather, video on demand, etc. are all available on Satellite TV, but not all are available on Cable TV.
    High Speed Internet
    Cable has high speed broadband internet services. Satellite TV has this too, but is somewhat slower.
    Directv®: offers Direcway High Speed Internet, which is ultra fast but somewhat expensive.

    Overall conclusion: Satellite TV is less expensive, has better picture quality (digital signal) and gives you more channels and programming options than cable TV.

     

    There are many advantages of VoIP broadband phone service. Over the next couple of years phone over Internet will be the norm for most homes and businesses.

    Internet Phone Benefits. More than likely you receive many VoIP phone calls in the course of a week without realizing it. This is because the phone line quality for VoIP is the same as traditional phone services. If you are considering Internet phone service, you are making a good choice. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as it is called is quickly becoming the best value for telephone service. Most companies like Sprint and AT&T are already offering VoIP within their internal networks and are starting to offer it as a complete service offering.

    How VoIP Phone Calls Work and Voice Quality.

    The simple answer is that your voice is digitalized and transported over the Internet as well as over the phone company's private network using Internet Protocol (IP) service. A broadband phone call happens in real time just like on a digital TV, except you are using your broadband Internet service (DSL, Cable, or Satellite). Traditional phone services use analog, circuit technology. Because of improvements in voice quality and throughput of VoIP, small idependent carriers have already started offering VoIP to residents and businesses. Now most phone companies are using Internet phone technology over their private networks. This means that most of your calls today go over, at least in part, VoIP networks. This change in technology is a major factor in the drop in long distance rates in recent years. Now that many phone companies are extending VoIP service to the homes and businesses, we can now enjoy additional savings, great voice quality, and great features.

    Price.

    Low Price. Prices for broadband phone services start at under $10 a month. VoIP service is available to anyone in the world who has an Internet broadband connection. International and in-country rates start at 1.1 cents a minute or even unlimited for some VoIP monthly plans.

    Broadband Phone. When signing up with a carrier you will normally have the option of using your own broadband phone, buying a broadband phone from the carrier, or getting a special adapter to connect your existing phone to your broadband connection. You can also elect to make VoIP phone calls using your PC. PCs normally do not need any special equipment, but many people purchase a wired or wireless headset. Broadband phones start under $40 and phone adapters cost under $10 depending on the VoIP carrier. Broadband phones look much like regular phones, but usually have a full range of digital features. Watch for promotional offers and you may get your broadband phone or adapter free when you sign-up with an broadband phone carrier.

    No Contract, It's Prepaid. The other great pricing feature for most VoIP phone carriers is that there is no contract. You just pre-pay. This eliminates the risk of unexpected high phone bills.

    No Regulatory Fees. Currently, there are no regulatory fees or special taxes with Internet phone call service. This can be a significant saving as many traditional phone plans have a 20% or more in fees and taxes added to the bill each month.

    Features

    Internet phone call service has many additional features over traditional phone services. Features include: most traditional add-on services (call waiting, voice mail, caller ID, etc) are standard, video phone option, travel with your phone number, service available worldwide (need high-speed Internet connection), your area code not tied to your geographic area, ultra-low International calling, more... Visit http://www.accessphoneservices.com/broadband-phone-service.html for our article on the Features of VoIP Broadband Phone Service.

    We are in the information age dominated by an on-demand knowledge society. Canada is one of the most connected countries in the world and the Internet has become so central to our lives that many people can't do their work or stay in touch without it.

    In short, today's world demands high-speed Internet access.

    And the demand for speed is growing as the Internet becomes an essential part of modern life and new bandwidth-hungry services, applications and devices are rolled out.

    But what if you're among the more than 7.5 million Canadians in rural and remote communities who don't have cable or DSL high-speed broadband access? Typically, these areas of the country have been underserved by the simple fact that the economics of a land-based system will never justify mass deployment.

    Fortunately, there is a solution for many of these remote residents – a high-speed satellite Internet service offered by Bell ExpressVu's DirecPC. Essentially, the system uses the same Bell ExpressVu satellite dish as the Bell ExpressVu TV service, but works independently from the satellite receiver to deliver data to your computer.

    How fast is satellite Internet? DirecPC features download speeds of up to 400 kbps - that's up to seven times faster than a traditional 56k modem.

    In every day terms, that means users can download a 4MB audio file in 60-70 seconds compared with over 19 minutes using a 56K modem. Or download a 1MB video file in a little over 16 seconds compared with almost 5 minutes using a 56K modem.

    It's a broadband Internet access service that is always on and is available to anyone, anywhere in Canada with a phone line and a local Internet Service Provider.

    Increasingly, high-speed Internet is becoming a must-have service. According to Canada's National Broadband Task Force, the vast majority of Canadians are going to require high-speed Internet access to use new online services from governments and businesses that are increasingly placing information and products on secure Web sites. All aspects of our society are being altered by the availability of the Internet to the point that e-business and e-learning are seen by many as crucial to the development of our economy.

    Without high-speed access, the benefits of these new services are generally restricted to Canadians living in the largest urban areas of the country. DirecPC satellite, however, levels the playing field for those living in remote or rural areas.

    DirecPC is available from Bell ExpressVu dealers throughout Canada or by contacting Bell ExpressVu at 1-888-DirecPC (347-3272) or direcpcinfo@expressvu.com. For more information, please visit www.bell.ca/direcpc.

    What annoys an Internet user the most? A quick unscientific survey of a local Internet café suggests the top three turn-offs are:


       

    • Sites that are very slow to download;

       

    • Ones that are confusing to use;

       

    • Sites that do not contain the promised information;

    The single most common reaction to sites like these is that the visitor very quickly moves on to another web site. Clearly, if you get things wrong there is usually no second chance.

    How can you avoid this happening to your business? Well, here are twenty tips to help you when designing or redesigning your company’s web site.

    Start with a clear understanding of the purpose of your site.

    Is the aim of your site to sell, entertain, or inform? The design of your site should be consistent with its purpose. The requirements for a site selling software online will be very different from say the web site of a local community newspaper.

    Plan the site with the customer in mind.

    Imagine how your customers (existing and prospects) will use your site. Consider their reasons for visiting and their needs. Something that looks logical to you may not appear so to a first-time visitor.

    Design for cross-browser compatibility.

    Although Internet Explorer dominates, do not overlook those people who use alternatives such as Mozilla, Opera and Netscape. Make sure your site can be viewed in other browsers; that way you will not unintentionally reduce the number of visitors to your site.

    Choose simplicity over complexity.

    Unless you are a design company showcasing its skills, keep things simple. Visitors (especially frequent ones) may not be impressed by your complex animated graphics especially if they serve no apparent useful purpose. Make it simple for visitors to get to the content – that is what most of them are coming to your site for anyway.

    Make the navigation intuitive and easy to use.

    This is probably one of the two most important aspects of designing a web site, the other being content. Make your site’s navigation logical and clear. Ensure the most important and most often-accessed information is easy to find. Link names should be concise and self-explanatory. Test navigational links to make sure they work and keep them up-to-date.

    Your site should be as visually appealing as possible.

    Visual appeal is subjective but the design of your site will undoubtedly influence customers’ perceptions of your business as a whole. An uncluttered layout, careful choice of font size and colors and appropriate use of graphics and images should go a long way to ensuring your site creates a good impression of your business.

    Apply a consistent design or ’look and feel’ to your site.

    Keep design consistent across your site unless you want your visitors to ask themselves whether they have wandered into another company’s site by accident.

    Integrate your web site design with your offline branding.

    For many, the Internet is still an alien environment so reassure your customers by applying the same branding online as you do offline. After all, if you have spent a lot of money building your brand why spend more appearing to build an entirely different online brand (unless, of course, this is your intention).

    Keep page size manageable to ensure speedy downloads.

    Online visitors’ patience is measured in milliseconds and not everyone has hi-speed or broadband Internet connections. So, keep page sizes within reasonable limits to ensure that they download quickly. Optimize graphic size and avoid putting an image on a page unless it adds something for the visitor.

    Ensure your site’s content reflects its purpose.

    If yours is a sales site for example, ensure that your content concentrates on selling. Stay focused and avoid the temptation to upload content that is not relevant to your web site’s purpose.

    Enable quick and easy location of information.

    Quite simply, most customers will quickly leave your site if they cannot locate the information they are seeking. Internet users increasingly require information to be instantly available and there is no shortage of other sites eager to take business from you. Think what information customers are likely to want and do not hide it away.

    Make sure content is relevant, accurate and up-to-date.

    Provide accurate and relevant content and keep it up-to-date. Failure to do this will make your company look inefficient and reflects badly on your customer service levels. Search engines also appreciate content that is updated regularly.

    Encourage interaction.

    Get visitors to interact with your site and spend more time on it. Make a visit an interesting experience for them by including useful online tools, etc. Just make sure they are relevant to your site.

    Personalize your site.

    Depending on the technology you have available to you, it may be possible to greet visitors to your site by name and serve up content tailored specifically to their needs. If you can do it then do so.

    Invite dialogue.

    Give your customers the opportunity to contact you via email, online forms, a call-back/call-me facility, web chat, etc. Ask for their feedback via online surveys and feedback forms. Invite them to subscribe to a customer newsletter.

    Acknowledge customer contact.

    It is common courtesy to say ‘thank you’. Very little effort is required to set up an email auto-responder. When requiring customers to complete and submit a form, make sure there is a ‘thank you’ page or pop-up. It reassures the customer that you have received their communication and does not leave them wondering whether or not your site is working properly.

    Make it a ‘seamless’ experience.

    Aim to give customers the same level of service online as you give them offline. Your goal should be to facilitate the customer’s interaction with your company and allow them to choose how to do business with you. You know that customers are your most valuable asset and that retaining them is vitally important.

    Give your customers support.

    Reassure visitors to your site by providing elements such as help pages, FAQ’s, a site map, terms of use and a privacy policy. They will appreciate it.

    Inspire confidence.

    Ensure that your site works properly and its content is up-to-date. Check error messages make sense and forms and data entry fields are logical. Get someone to proofread your site and spot any grammatical and spelling mistakes. The quality of your site tells customers a lot about the quality of service they can expect from you.

    Get to know your customers.

    Learn as much as you can about your customers and the way they use your site (and, if you can, find out how they use your competitors’ sites). Then use this learning to improve your site and increase your return on investment.

    The number of web sites is growing every day and now just about anyone can create one. If you want your site to stand out from the rest, plan it carefully and design it with your customers in mind. Far too many web site owners just do not bother.

     

    Christopher Smith is owner of YourSiteAssessed.com (http://www.yoursiteassessed.com) and President of eNewsWriters, Inc. – a company which writes customer newsletters for businesses (http://www.enewswriters.com).

    We are now well ensconced in a time when the Web is riddled with graphics, animations, sounds, and videos, bringing about a necessity for superior internet access such as that which broadband can provide. The fact is that anything less than the speed supplied by a broadband cable has become inadequate for today’s Web users.

    Of course, if you use the internet only once every so often, you wouldn’t be as heavily dependent upon high-speed internet access as is provided by broadband, however, if you’re a regular user, it’s virtually a necessity.

    But wait a minute…even though you use the internet, it doesn’t mean you know exactly what this high focus form of internet access actually is. So lets start there. In essence, broadband is a very fast form of internet connection. It will provide you with a noticeably faster internet speed than a dial-up connection.

    Broadband used to be a challenge only because of it’s limited availability, however, today there are many ways that you can have a much faster connection. The delivery methods have been expanded to the following types of broadband cable:

    - Copper telephone wires
    - Cable TV wires
    - Radio microwaves from local base stations
    - Satellite microwaves from geo-stationary satellites

    Now lets look at why this faster style of internet access is actually better. The benefits of broadband actually include much more than faster downloads. Broadband is the connection that is always “on”. As soon as you start up your computer, it’s already connected to the internet. For anyone who has waited for a modem to dial up and connect, the advantage of this is quite apparent. Furthermore, broadband allows you to download movies, music, and web pages that were virtually inaccessible in practical terms when using dial-up.

    But the benefits of broadband aren’t just felt by individual users. Businesses, governments, schools, and communities can all experience the superiority that broadband cables can provide.

    Here are some examples of benefits for each of those types of organizations:

    - Businesses will notice an increase in productivity when large data files transfer quickly and directly among local and head offices, no matter the distance between the locations. Moreover, with the popularity of net-meetings and videoconferencing, a face-to-face meeting becomes entirely possible without the travel costs.

    - Schools can now offer equal opportunities to their students no matter their location or funding. A student in a remote community is now able to use a broadband connection to receive violin lessons from the same revered instructor as a student in a large city. Moreover, rural students can take virtual field trips and see the same fascinating and educational museums as city kids.

    - Local governments are now enjoying broadband benefits that let them provide one-stop shopping for town business transactions, as well as licensing, permits, billing, and utility payments.

    - Communities have been quick to jump on the broadband band wagon to promote their local historical and other various tourist attractions. No other marketing resource reaches as far and as effectively as the internet.

    There are so many fantastic benefits to a high-speed, broadband internet connection, that it is becoming as “basic” a need as a computer in today’s society.

    BSNL provides the following types of connections to access Internet to customer. To get any of these connections, please contact BSNL Telecom Office or Customer Care Center in your city:  

    PSTN dial up access

    BSNL internet service offers flexible options of access plans for PSTN dial-up in various slabs of 25,50,100, 200, 500 and 1,000 hours. With Sancharnet dialup account you get all india roaming advantage which is not available with any other ISP because you can access sancharnet internet by dialing '172233' from any city in India.

    The following plans are available:

    Limited access with 4MB email space              
    Plans available in slabs of 25,50,100,200, 500 and 1000 hrs.
    one e-mail ID and one user ID per account(two in corporate account)
    Simultaneous logins per user ID shall be 2.
     4 Mb E-mail space
     1 MB web space
     Tariff>>
    Limited access with 10MB email space
    Plans available in slabs of 500 and 1000 hrs.
    one e-mail ID and one user ID per account(two in corporate account)
    Simultaneous logins per user ID shall be 2.
    10 MB e-mail space
    1 MB webspace
    Tariff>>
    Unlimited access with 10MB email space
    No limit of hours
    One User ID and one e-mail ID per package.
    Simultaneous logins restricted to one.
    Access restricted from two specified telephone numbers(CLIP restriction).
    10 MB e-mail space
    1 MB webspace
    Tariff>>
     
    ISDN  dial up access Enjoy blazing fast Internet surfing and download speeds in 64 and 128 Kbps ISDN dial up connections. The uniform all India access no. for ISDN access is '172225'. 
     
    64 and 128 Kbps-Limited access with 4MB email space                    
    Plans available in slabs of 25,50,100,200, 500 and 1000 hrs.
    one e-mail ID and one user ID per account(two in corporate account)
    Simultaneous logins per user ID shall be 2.
     4 Mb E-mail space
     1 MB web space
    Tariff>>
    64 and 128 Kbps-Limited access with 10MB email space
    Plans available in slabs of 500 and 1000 hrs.
    one e-mail ID and one user ID per account(two in corporate account)
    Simultaneous logins per user ID shall be 2.
    10 MB e-mail space
    1 MB webspace
    Tariff>>
    64 and 128 Kbps-Unlimited access with 10MB email space
    No limit of hours
    One User ID and one e-mail ID per package.
    Simultaneous logins restricted to one.
    Access restricted from two specified telephone numbers(CLIP restriction).
    10 MB e-mail space
    1 MB webspace
    Tariff>>
    64 and 128 Kbps-Unlimited access with FIXED IP & 10MB email space
    No limit of hours
    One User ID and one e-mail ID per package.
    Simultaneous logins restricted to one.
    Access restricted from two specified telephone numbers(CLIP restriction)
    Fixed IP address assigned on access (customer has to apply for IP address separately)
    10 MB e-mail space
    1 MB webspace
    Tariff>>
    Fixed monthly rental scheme
    No Call charges and Internet Access charges for accessing Sancharnet
    For calls other than Sancharnet,usual tariff applicable(addl to fixed rental)
    Applicable only for areas where DIAS is not available.
    No volume discounts etc
    Existing ISDN BRI connections can be converted.
    The rental shall be Rs 5500/- [Rs 5000/- plan charges and Rs 500/- rent]
    Initially launched only upto 30.04.2005
     
    Leased line access Enjoy round the clock internet connectivity at  speeds varying from  64 Kbps to 45 Mbps. various plans are available to suit different needs. ISDN dial backup packages for Internet Leased Line Customers are also available.
     
    Direct Internet Access (DIAS) BSNL also provides DIAS in selected cities of the Country. The DIAS offers a wire-line solution for high speed symmetrical Internet access on the existing telephone lines. It provides an "always on" internet access that is permanently available at customer's premises. DIAS combines voice and internet data packets on a single twisted pair wire at subscriber premises that means you can use telephone and surf internet at the same time.
     
    Account free Internet dial up access based on CLI Duration based Dialup Internet Service(CLI based) is a unique method providing Internet service in which the Customer can access the Internet service from any telephone through dial up. The service allows automatic registration on first LOGIN. The authentication will be based on CLI of the telephone with the password supplied by the caller. The charging is totally usage based and the service is a post paid service like normal PSTN.The billing will be separate based on the duration of use and will be charged to telephone bill(CLI based) as Internet access charge at the prescribed rate. The service is available in selected cities.The access no. of this service is '172222' in all cities.

    CLI based dial up internet service is also available for ISDN customers now.The access no. of this service is '172223'. This service is presently available in selected cities.

    BROADBAND connection Broadband service is based on DSL technology (on the same copper cable that is used for connecting telephone). This provides high speed internet connectivity upto 8Mbps. This is always - on internet access service with speed ranging from 256Kbps to 8 Mbps.
    Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Services have been introduced for providing high speed internet access at convenient public locations hereunder called as Hot Spots. Installation of Hot Spots is already under process at various cities/ locations. Hot Spot Type-A is applicable for public utility services like Airports, Railway Stations, Universities and their campus etc.


    BSNL Broadband is the Broadband service of BSNL. This service is being provided on existing copper wire infrastructure. In addition to the High Speed Internet Service being provided through this technology, other services such as VPN, Multicasting, Video Conferencing, Video-on-Demand, Broadcast application etc have also been added. Special Offer

    Promotional Offer

    INITIAL AND OTHER CHARGES

    Startup Plan (Home & Business)

    Home Plans

    Home Unlimited Plans

    Home Combo Plans

    Temporary Broadband Connection

    Business Plans

    Business Unlimited Plans

    Business Combo Plans

    Business 8 Mbps Plans

    VPN Over Broadband                                    Wimax Broadband Plan

    Rural Broadband Plans

    New Combo limited plan

    Conversion Plans

     

    Terms and conditions :

    • Security deposit and installation charges for Landline telephone shall be taken from new customers as applicable for Local/STD/ISD;
    • No security deposit for BroadBand Connections upto Plan 500 and for CICs on bulk connections (>25) subject to an undertaking by CIC.
    • Security Deposit for all higher Broadband plans will be equivalent to One Month Fixed Charges (but Max. Rs 5000/-).
    • Security Deposit & Fixed Monthly Charges for the Modem will be as per the existing instructions;
    • Minimum Hire period for all Broadband plans will be one month. In case of surrender of Broadband Connection after one month, the charges shall be recovered on pro-rata basis;
    • In case of premature surrender of Broadband Annual plan option, the charges shall be adjusted on pro-rata basis taking the disconnected FMC rate. In addition one month full FMC shall be levied as early termination charges hence forth.
    • In case a subscriber joins/ leaves in the middle of a month, the fixed monthly charges for unlimited Broadband Plans shall be calculated on proportionate basis i. e. actual number of days of connection working subject to the commitment of minimum period of hire.
    • The customer will have choice to select the modem type of his choice but subject to availability;
    • For the customers, who have either procured the modem or have taken the modem under the committed period plan, the modem charges shall not be applicable;
    • For the broadband plans, where free modem is offered to the customer, will be subject to that the customer commits for a period of 12 months and pays the necessary charges in advance. In this case, the modem shall be the property of the customer and will not be required to return in case of surrender.
    • Home plan can be taken on Bfones in name of Government/company but actually working at residences of their employees. An undertaking shall have to be given by the customer in this regard. 
    • Subscribers having telephones in the name of Company, firms, shops, educational institutes or any other commercial entity can take only Business Plan. They are not eligible for Home Plan except startup plan 250;
    • The tariff of all the Broadband plans mentioned above are in addition to the normal Monthly charges/ usage charges of the Bfone except combo plans;
    • The plans HomeFlexi350, HomeCombo199 and HomeCombo299 will be implemented w.e.f. 1-8-2008 only where spare capacity of landline and broadband service is available.
    • 20% discount on Broadband services (usage and Rental) to Government Employees (Central Government/ State Government/ PSUs) and to Visually Impaired customers of both existing / new connection.
    • The rebate in Fixed Monthly charges will be granted on proportionate basis if the Broadband services remain interrupted/faulty for continuous more than 3 days.
    • For all the plans, Dynamic IP addresses only will be given. In case, where the provision of static IP address has been made, No Static IP addresses will be given in the initial phase but in later One Static IP address will be offered free of cost under Business plan 3000/5000/9000/UL3300/UL3300Plus/UL6000/UL 6000 plus and in addition to this, one additional static IP address can also be offered @ Rs. 1500/- per annum under these plans.
    • For Broadband plans Business UL9000/UL9000plus/UL15000 & UL15000plus, the uplinking will be maximum upto 768 kbps
    • Billing for the service will be included in the normal B-fone (Land-line Phone) bill. The billing cycle shall be same as B-fone billing cycle. Monthly rental will be collected in advance and usages charges will be in arrears.
    • The tariff mentioned above are exclusive of service tax.
    • All others terms and conditions will remain same as issued earlier from time to time.

     

     

     

     

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