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RailWire broadband tariff plans cannot compete with Airtel, Jio, Vi and BSNL

When a user search online for Railwire broadband plans near me when you don't have any of the above operators providing services in your area.
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RailWire is the broadband retail arm of RailTel. One of the company's greatest strengths is its presence in different states and cities. 

At the same time, one of the company's biggest weaknesses is the presence of other companies, including Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone Idea and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).

RailWire broadband tariff plans

The country's telecom operators are a sweet spot for RailWire because users can get cheaper plans with essentially the same benefits and more. 

This means the need for RailWire to renew its offerings, but that's a discussion for another day. Today we will review the broadband plans offered by RailWire and compare them with plans offered by other telecommunications companies.

RailWire broadband plans that aren't worth it!

The only way a rational user would opt for RailWire netwrok plans is when no telecom tariff plans available with any operator. Please note that RailWire offers different plans in different environments. For now, we will compare the Chhattisgarh circle. In Chhattisgarh, RailWire offers three broadband plans with speeds of 20 Mbps, 50 Mbps and 100 Mbps.

Railwire network plans cost 599 / 799 / 999 per month. There is no point in charging 599 rupees per month (excluding tax) to customers to offer them speeds of 20 Mbps. However, there is one thing: with all plans, users get truly unlimited data with no fair use policy limits (FUP ).

However, this is not why RailWire charges exorbitant prices for its retail broadband plans. Because, for a lot less, other companies offer faster speeds and give users even more than 3 TB of data per month. For an average user, 3TB data is pretty much unlimited just because you won't be able to consume it all in the first place.

Giant telecom Airtel offering 100Mbps plan at 799 per month, which RailWire offers for Rs.999. Indeed, for Rs 799, RailWire offers a speed of 50 Mbps which is half of what Airtel offers its users. On other side Reliance Jio, offering cheaper rate 100Mbps plan at Rs 699 per month.

For Rs 999, Airtel, Jio and BSNL offer Internet plans with speeds above 100 Mbps and also over-the-top (OTT) benefits. But with RailWire, users only get a speed of 100 Mbps and no OTT benefits.

The only way any rational user would opt for RailWire plans is when you don't have any of the aforementioned carriers serving your area. Private Internet Service Providers (ISPs) need to understand that if they want to be successful in retail, they will need to value their plans more competitively or simply offer more benefits with current pricing plans.

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