GTPL launches high-speed internet on GPON FTTX technology


MUMBAI: GTPL Hathway, a cable TV and broadband service provider in India, has launched its high-speed broadband service in Ahmedabad on GPON (gigabit passive optical network) FTTX (fibre to the X) technology. The company has upgraded its network to GPON FTTX technology to meet consumer demand and has started providing internet connections of 40 mbps and 100 mbps plans with no data restriction in the price range of Rs 635 to 763 per month.

"GTPL has been making continuous enhancement in its technological capabilities and deploying most advanced available technology in cable and broadband industry. Our deployment of the latest GPON FITX technology has enabled us to provide a unique offering of high speed 'no data restriction' internet connectivity. This offer is a game changer and GTPL is proud to bring this to its valued customers," said GTPL Hathway managing director Aniruddhasinhji Jadeja.

The company has launched annual and half-yearly subscription. Currently, the services launched are restricted to Ahmedabad only but there are plans to progressively launch in other key cities of Gujarat.

"With the launch of our new broadband plans, for the first time, customers in Ahmedabad will get ‘Sach mein unlimited’ - a unique combination of high-speed connectivity at a reasonable price with no data restriction whatsoever. The technology can provide up to 1 gbps if the customer so demands," added Jadeja.

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