Airtel Broadband speed on crossing Fair Usage Policy Limit

As discussed previously, Airtel’s Fair Usage Policy sets a speed limit on all Unlimited Broadband Plans. If you are unsure what speed you will get after crossing Airtel’s Fair Usage Limit, then see the below chart by clicking on it:

FUP applicable for – Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, UP(West) & Uttarakhand, UP (East), Kolkata, Rajasthan and MP & Chattisgarh.

Airtel Fair Usage policy

Below FUP is applicable for – Mumbai, Gujrat, Maharashtra & Goa.

  • 384 Kbps till 15 GB, 256 Kbps after 15 GB
  • 512 Kbps till 15 GB, 256 Kbps after 15 GB
  • 512 Kbps till 20 GB, 256 Kbps after 20 GB | Night (10 pm – 6am) – 1 Mbps
  • 1 Mbps till 25 GB, 512 Kbps after 25 GB
  • 2 Mbps till 30 GB, 1 Mbps after 30 GB

As shown above, when you cross the maximum bandwidth limit on your plan; your Internet speed will be reduced to half. The ‘FUP’ is only meant for UL Broadband plans having speed of more than 256 kbps.

*Please contact Airtel customer care for more information.


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6 Responses

  1. Pratyush says:

    Hahahhahaa, I am bloody happy to use BSNL EVDO, getting 2MBPS UNLIMITED for RS.605 per month, awesome it is.

  2. Saranath says:

    This is BULLSHIT!!!! Why the hell they mean it Unlimited??

  3. deepak says:

    Airtel has started ruinning itself by putting these policy !!

  4. RanJITH says:

    I think AIRTEL Now Going to DEEP HELL… Their NEW Fair Usage Policy Sucks….

  5. santhosh says:

    Hi Guy, Stop using Airtel and New customers stop buying Airtel, I stopd my Airtel and using Reliance now it Unlimited. Guys lets isolate Airtel. Airtel is For Losses 😛

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