The cable TV and internet service provider Hathway has introduced a new Lifelong Binge plan for its broadband subscribers in select circles. The operator will be offering 50 Mbps connection at Rs 399 per month. To note, there is already a Rs 349 unlimited data broadband plan which also offers 50 Mbps speed, but that plan was essentially discounted value plan by Rs 100 for Hyderabad circle only. Hathway originally introduced the Rs 449 plan as the Life Set Hai offer in Hyderabad in May. The service provider shipped it with 50 Mbps speed, and offered Rs 100 on the monthly rental in a limited period offer. Also Read - Hathway follows Tata Sky to charge Rs 153 as NCF for secondary connection: Here is how it will affect youAlso Read - Reliance JioFiber effect: Hathway now offering 100Mbps broadband plan for Rs 699
As reported by TelecomTalk, Hathway, this time around, has made a little change for its Lifelong Binge offer. It is now offering this plan for Rs 399 per month and the speed remains the same at 50 Mbps. The service provider has also mentioned that the subscriber will have to do a one-time non-refundable registration to get the offer. This one time charge will cost Rs 1,999, and after that, they will be able to subscribe to Lifelong Binge offer. Also Read - Hathway discontinues Multi TV plan, now subscribers will have to pay full NCF fee
Additionally, the report notes that Hathway has also extended its no-FUP scheme to other regions with Lifelong Binge offer. Earlier, the provider only offered broadband plans without any FUP in Hyderabad region only. Now with the Lifelong Binge offer, it will be offering no-FUP plans across many cities.
Last week, the operator also introduced a new plan at Rs 699 per month. This is in line with the anticipated Rs 700 base plan that Reliance Jio will offer in its JioFiber service. The company has named the plan as Hathway 100Mbps Broadband plan. As evident in the name, the plan offers up to 100Mbps bandwidth to subscribers. Talking about the plan, the Internet Service Provider is offering 1TB data as part of the Fair Usage Policy (FUP). Beyond this, users can access data at a capped speed pf 3Mbps.