Mukesh Ambani is expected to announce the commercial launch of Reliance GigaFiber in the upcoming AGM in August. Now, it appears other broadband service providers are gearing up their operations in anticipation of its launch. In the latest move, ACT Fibernet has announced a set of offers with additional months of subscription for users opting for long-term broadband plans. It is worth noting that the broadband service provider has also partnered with Netflix to offer additional 500GB data to its subscribers. To avail the offer the subscribers have to pay the full rental amount in advance. The offer is valid on long term broad plans with durations spanning 6 months, 12 months, and 18 months. Let’s go through the details of the new additional subscription offers.
Additional 15 days subscription: Eligible plans and details
The applicable plans under the offer include A-Max 675, A-Max 1050, A-Max 1299, and Incredible 1999. To avail an additional 15 days subscription, the users need to make a one-time payment for 5.5 months of the subscription plan. By doing so, the users can enjoy a total of 6 months subscription.
Additional 2 months of subscription: Eligible plans and details
The offer is applicable for subscribers who pay for 10 months in advance for select plans. By making a one-time payment for 10 months, the users can enjoy additional free data benefits for two months. The applicable plans under the offer include A-Max Swift FT, A-Max 1050, ACT GIGA, A-Max Rapid FT, A-Max 1299, A-Max 675, and Incredible 1999.
Additional 6 months of subscription: Eligible plans and details
ACT Fibernet offers its subscribers with 6 months of additional subscription if they pay 18 months of advance rental. Hence, the subscribers can enjoy free data benefits for 6 months during the two years of subscription. The applicable plans under the offer include A-Max 675, Incredible 1999, A-Max 1050, and A-Max 1299.
Ever since its launch in September 2017, Reliance Jio has succeeded to disrupt the telecom space in India. As a result, the other players like BSNL, Airtel, Vodafone Idea had to bear the brunt of it and hence witnessed a rapid decline in the subscribers over time. The latest move from ACT Fibernet comes in anticipation of the speculated launch of Reliance GigaFiber. It would be interesting to see how other leading broadband providers would rival the competition from Reliance GigaFiber.