Best Ultranet Services New Delhi Broadband Plans

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Best Ultranet Services New Delhi Broadband Plan is Basic Package 500. Price: ₹ 500 Post FUP Speed: 10 Mbps. Broadband Data: 100 GB. Unlimited Broadband Data Speed: 60 Mbps. Broadband Plans of Ultranet Services in New Delhi

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New Delhi
60MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Basic Package 500
100  GB

500

Validity :1 month

Post FUP Speed: 10 Mbps. Broadband Data: 100 GB. Unlimited Broadband Data

New Delhi
60MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Standard Package 600
Unlimited

600

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited

New Delhi
80MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Ultimate Package 700
Unlimited

700

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited

New Delhi
100MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
Platinum Package 800
Unlimited

800

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: Unlimited

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Ultranet services Speeds Across Different Cities



 

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Noida

 

Average Speed10.01 Mbps
Max Speed23.85 Mbps
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MUMBAI

 

Average Speed2.06 Mbps
Max Speed2.58 Mbps
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NEW DELHI

 

Average Speed12.49 Mbps
Max Speed26.07 Mbps
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Thane_maha

 

Average Speed4.39 Mbps
Max Speed4.39 Mbps

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About New delhi


New Delhi  pronunciation (help·info) (Hindi: नई दिल्ली, naī dillī; Urdu: نئی دلّی) is the capital city of India. As the national capital, New Delhi is the seat of executive, legislative and judiciary branches of the Government of India. It also serves as the centre of the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi. New Delhi is situated within the metropolis of Delhi and is one of the nine districts of Delhi Union Territory. The total area of the city is 1500 km. New Delhi hosts 145 foreign embassies and high commissions. The foundation of the city was laid on December 15, 1911. It was planned by two leading 20th century British architects namely Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. The new Capital was christened "New Delhi" in 1927, and subsequently inaugurated on February 13, 1931, by British India's Governor-General Lord Irwin. On December 12, 2011, New Delhi celebrated 100 years of Capitalship, making it another landmark year in the long history of the historic...