29 June, 2007

What's the good word?

Aye! I got broadband internet connection in home!

For those dummies who don't understand the rationale behind this excitement: Getting a broadband connection shouldn't be an achievement in other parts of the world. But...

But in India, broadband users numbers has grown exponentially over the last few years. None of the ISPs expected this growth and don't have the infrastructure. Even private players couldn't cater to the demand. Private players don't offer the low cost pack to users in Bangalore. All they could offer is 699 INR (for 128 kbps unlimited) or 999 INR (for 256 kbps unlimited) pack for home users, which are costly compared to services provided by national player for similar infrastructure. Thats the rationale behind my excitement for getting broadband internet connection. It was a loooooooooong wait indeed!


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4 comments:

ranjhith said...

Broadband in the rest of the world isn't a broadband unless it is 2mbps or more. Our TRAI has defined it as 256kbps. :)

barbi said...

i share the same joy.
i just got connected last month.
i called airtel around Christmas,
better late than never

Nirek said...

yo barbi,
whats ur email id dude?

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