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Difference between single user & multiuser broadband plans

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by MayurGondaliya, Feb 23, 2010.

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    Hello,

    This thread refers to the ISP Reliance Communications, INDIA.
    SEMrush
    I had the 500 kbps reliance broadband connection. As per reliance website, it was single user plan. After a few days, I have upgraded to 600 kbps multiuser plan

    I want to know the different between single user & multi user plans. Because it is possible to share the internet in both kind of connection either by means of router or by using internet connection sharing.

    500 kbps single user - Rs 1100 per month
    600 kbps multi user - Rs. 2700 per month

    So, there must be some different. Can someone throw some lights on the basics of single user and multi user plans that reliance broadband is providing?

    Thanks,
     
    MayurGondaliya, Feb 23, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
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    not positive,but i would think that means you get another modem.
    you would have 2 connections at 600 kbps instead of sharing 1 connection.

    that jump in price would a ripoff for just a 100 kbps increase for one line.you can get a router yourself and split the connection for free.
     
    zodiac, Feb 23, 2010 IP
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    In single user broadband internet system there is full speed shared by single host(computer) and vice versa.
     
    Achiever, Feb 24, 2010 IP
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    nope.. I think it means home networking... you will get a router.. wireless or wired and your family can get online.. but you can do it on your own.. so get the single plan
     
    webbmaster, Feb 24, 2010 IP