So you might be aware that Airtel has revamped its Broadband plans, starting at a minimum speed of 2Mbps (for certain major cities only). The least plan that you can chose from is Rs.649 where you get 3GB of data (excess data will be charged at 20ps/MB). Unlimited plans begin at Rs.999 per month at 2Mbps speed (up to 10GB, excess usage only at speeds of 256Kbps). If you can afford Rs.100 more, you get the same benefit at 4Mbps speed.
If you ask me, for those who use their Broadband heavily, downloading lots of photos, songs and Movies, the best plans are the Rs.1299 (2Mbps) or Rs.1399 (4Mbps) one’s. For both of these plans, you get 30GB of data at the mentioned speeds respectively and unlimited excess data at 256Kbps. 30GB is 1GB per day, which is a lot of data to consume, so you should be doing away with the maximum speed every month. Remember that when you reach 80% of your usage at high speed, you’d get a reminder through SMS/email as per Airtel FUP.
If 30GB is just not enough, the next high speed breaker is at 75GB, for which you should be ready to shed Rs.1599 (2Mbps) or Rs.1699 (4Mbps) per month.
Note that the rates mentioned doesn’t include taxes.