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Government own telecos, BSNL and MTNL are going to start selling high speed Internet in Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta, Bangalore, Madras and Hyderabad on January 15, 2005. The 256 kbps service will cost $11 a month. Packetology analysts say that MTNL is buying from Ericsson and BSNL […]

Government own telecos, BSNL and MTNL are going to start selling high speed Internet in Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta, Bangalore, Madras and Hyderabad on January 15, 2005. The 256 kbps service will cost $11 a month. Packetology analysts say that MTNL is buying from Ericsson and BSNL is buying from Huawei and UTStarcom.

  1. I already have a BSNL indian broadband connection 256Kbps at 500rs /month 1GB limit in allahabad its running great almost all the time its up ….with least of problems though its on ADSL modem so when a call comes it disconnects….it gives me speeds in excess of 20kbps almost always ….i hope it goes on like this …good connection gud speed ……

    I also plan to make some tutorials nad help fer http://www.indiabroadband.net so that ppl who want to get information can get it easily …..

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  2. Also my modem is MT800 and as authior says it frm Huwaei…any way to to tweak it to get better response …u know what i mean …:)

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  3. Broadband services in India are no where near $11 :(

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