Act Fibernet, the third largest broadband service provider in India has hiked broadband prices in the range of Rs 20 to Rs 50 across several cities in the country.
Chennai - Rs. 21
Hyderabad - Rs. 25
Delhi - Rs. 50
Don't forget the TRAI rule, the plan prices cannot be changed for 6 months from the date of announcement.
In its Consumers' Handbook, Trai said, "A tariff plan offered by an access provider shall be available to a subscriber for a minimum period of six months from the date of enrollment of the subscriber to that tariff plan."www.ndtv.com