Wednesday, April 30, 2008

A New ISP in the City

A good news and yet again it is an indication that India is marching towards accruing the best of Information and technology. Still a long way to go but thanks to all of those whose effort made this possible.

I don’t know how many of you are aware of this piece of news but I thought its worth blog, to make sure the message will continue to spread …

In Bangalore RailTel is lunching Broadband Internet Service (known as RailWire - Express Network) with a very affordable price. This service is limited now to Whitefield, B'lr only and it is expected that the service will gradually spread across other areas and cities/towns too. Now, gone are those days when you have to pay a hefty amount to get a broadband connection and also you were not assured with the quality of service. This is a clear signal to kill the monopoly of the majors in the market, to name a few Tataindicom, Reliance etc... I can hope the RailWire's quality of service would impose a challenge to them to retain their shares in the market. The other thing that is really impressing about Railwire is that the service will be a blessing for smaller cities and towns people considering the fact of accessibility and the cost per month. And cities like Bangalore what say – where every other person is in need of accessing the Internet. It will give people one more big choice / option to choose what is best for them. So I am looking forward to it.

You can check the detail information about the areas that are currently having this service, the plan charges and other required stuffs at RailWire’s website.

For more in the article published in Deccan Herald here.

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