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Best Ishan Netsol Vadodara/Baroda Broadband Plan is LIMITED PLAN 1165. Price: ₹ 1165 Broadband Data: 35 GB. This pack may not be available for recharge. Speed: 4 Mbps. Broadband Plans of Ishan Netsol in Vadodara/Baroda

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Vadodara/Baroda
4MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
LIMITED PLAN 1165
35  GB

1165

Validity :1 month

Broadband Data: 35 GB. This pack may not be available for recharge.

Vadodara/Baroda
1MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
UNLIMITED PLAN 2700
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2700

Validity :3 months

Broadband Data: Unlimited. This pack may not be available for recharge.

Vadodara/Baroda
1MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
UNLIMITED PLAN 10149
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10149

Validity :12 months

Broadband Data: Unlimited. This pack may not be available for recharge.

Vadodara/Baroda
2MbpsUpdated @ 06-09-2018
UNLIMITED PLAN 17338
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17338

Validity :12 months

Broadband Data: Unlimited. This pack may not be available for recharge.

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Ishan netsol Speeds Across Different Cities



 

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Gorwada

 

Average Speed1.51 Mbps
Max Speed0.0 Mbps
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SURAT

 

Average Speed39.52 Mbps
Max Speed0.0 Mbps
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RAJKOT

 

Average Speed9.19 Mbps
Max Speed20.02 Mbps
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MEHSANA

 

Average Speed2.44 Mbps
Max Speed2.44 Mbps
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ANKALESHWAR

 

Average Speed2.09 Mbps
Max Speed2.09 Mbps
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SURENDRANAGAR

 

Average Speed1.33 Mbps
Max Speed1.33 Mbps

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About Vadodara/baroda


Vadodara (IPA: /ʋə'ɽod̪əɾa/), which used to be known as Baroda, the Cultural Capital of Gujarat, is the third largest[7] city in the Western Indian State of Gujarat, after Ahmedabad and Surat. It is the administrative headquarters of Vadodara District and is located on the banks of the Vishwamitri river, southeast of Ahmedabad, 139 kilometres (86 mi) from the state capital Gandhinagar. The railway line and NH 8 that connect Delhi and Mumbai pass through Vadodara. As of 2011 Vadodara had a population of almost 2.2 million+ people.[8] The city is known for the Lakshmi Vilas Palace, the residence of Baroda State's Maratha royal family, the Gaekwads. It is also the home of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (Vadodara), the largest university in Gujarat. An important industrial, cultural and educational hub of western India, the city houses several institutions of national and regional importance while its major industries include petrochemicals, engineering, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, plastics, IT and foreign exchange services amongst others.The first recorded history of the city is that of the early trader settlers who settled in the region in 812 AD. The province was mainly Hindu-dominated with Hindu kings ruling until 1297. The Gupta Empire was the first power in the region in the early years of the Christian Era. After fierce battles, the region was taken over by the Chalukya Dynasty. Finally, the kingdom was annexed by the Solanki dynasty. By this time Muslim rule had spread across India, and the reins of power were then snatched by the Delhi Sultans. The city was ruled for a long time by these Sultans, until they were overthrown by the Mughals. Etymology[edit] The city used to be called Chandanavati after its ruler Raja Chandan of the Dor tribe of Rajputs, who wrested it from the Jains. The capital was also known as Virakshetra or Viravati (Land of Warriors). Later on it was known as Vadpatraka or Vadodará, which according to tradition is a corrupt form of the Sanskrit word vatodar meaning in the belly of the Banyan tree. It is now almost impossible to ascertain when the various changes in the name were made; but early English travellers and merchants mention the town as Brodera,[9] and it is from this that the name Baroda is derived. In 1974, the official name of the city was changed to Vadodara. In 1907, a small village and township[10] in Michigan, United States, were named after Baroda. Old Ankotakka[edit] It is believed that early man lived on the banks of the Mahi River, which formed the flood plain during that age.[11] The movements of these hunter-gatherers, living on the banks of the river, grubbing the roots and killing animals with crude stone tools made out of the cobbles and pebbles available on the river bank, were necessarily controlled by the availability of convenient raw materials for their tools. There is evidence of the existence of early man in the Mahi River valley at a number of sites within 10 to 20 kilometres (6.2 to 12.4 mi) to the north-east of Vadodara. However, no evidence of the existence of these people is found in and around present day Vadodara. This may be because of the absence of gravels and cobbles on the banks of the Vishwamitri rivulet.