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Vianet’s new offer for FTTH internet

Vianet Communication has brought a new offer in its FTTH service. The offer is called Bharincha Khutrike. With the Vianet new offer, on the purchase of 6 months FTTH pack, customers get NETTV and TV set up box for free.

The yearly subscription of 30 Mbps will cost Rs 1300 per month with free installation, free fiber cable, free Wifi router, and a free set-top box. Customer will also get free NETTV subscription for 12 months.

Details of Vianet 30 Mbps unlimited offer

  • 12 Months
  • Rs.24,000 Rs.15,600* Renewal charge
  • Get 12 Months NETTV Free!
  • One Time Charge
  • Installation FREE
  • FTTH Cable FREE
  • Fiber Wifi Router FREE
  • Refundable Deposit 1,000
  • TV Set-Top-Box FREE
  • TV Set-Top-Box Deposit Rs. 1,000
  • Total Rs.17,600*

Details of 18 Mbps Vianet unlimited offer

  • 6 Months
  • Rs.8,400* Renewal charge
  • Get 6 Months NETTV Free!
  • One Time Charge
  • Installation FREE
  • FTTH Cable FREE
  • Fiber Wifi Router FREE
  • Refundable Deposit 1,000
  • TV Set-Top-Box FREE
  • TV Set-Top-Box Deposit Rs. 1,000
  • Total Rs.10,400*

Details of Vianet 60 Mbps unlimited offer

  • 12 Months
  • Rs.30,000 Rs.19,200* Renewal charge
  • Get 12 Months NETTV Free!
  • One Time Charge
  • Installation FREE
  • FTTH Cable FREE
  • Fiber Wifi Router FREE
  • Refundable Deposit 1,000
  • TV Set-Top-Box FREE
  • TV Set-Top-Box Deposit Rs. 1,000
  • Total Rs.21,200*

Other offers with Vianet are 18 Mbps and 60 Mbps Combo with a set-top box. All the above prices are subjected to 13 percent VAT whereas it is inclusive of the Telecom service charge (TSC) and basic support charge. Read more about the details of the Vianet new offer.

Vianet Fair Usage policy

Vianet clearly specifies their fair usage policy on their website. They say their intention is to ensure Vianet be able to provide quality internet services to all our customers, and no customers are disadvantaged by the behavior of others. If there are some customers who use internet unreasonably, Vianet declares their right to reduce the internet speed without notice or even terminate the service if necessary. Read more about FUP here.

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