Does prepaid broadband suit everyone?
The world has been silently and sneakily changing over the years following the introduction of the broadband and now a new era has dawned where the situation has become one where people are unable to live their daily lives without being hooked up to the broadband internet! And it’s not just the offices and businesses, but students, young and older alike, as well as home-makers too who depend on it on a daily basis for their day-to-day needs. In fact, children right from their kindergarten days are taught to use the computer and this slowly progresses to playing video games online with mothers putting on interesting movies on YouTube to keep their children entertained.
Luckily, the use of broadband is quite affordable and internet service providers offer a wide range of plans and packages to suit the different needs of people. There are the limited and unlimited plans as well as the prepaid and postpaid options. For those looking for fast data access, the best plan would be unlimited prepaid broadband service. And that’s not all, as at Asianet broadband services, we also offer a variety of data prepaid plans suitable to the needs of the end-user.
But do note that the prepaid option is for those who aren’t always online, and when they do log on, they need the fastest speeds for downloading. And for those of you who are wondering what all this prepaid and postpaid packages are all about, they are basically referring to the payment mode used for paying for data transfer. In prepaid, you pay upfront for a certain amount of data that you want to use; we offer a top-up option also available to cover your data needs in case the plan isn’t sufficient for your usage. You also have the option of paying on a monthly or yearly basis, although the latter makes more sense as it comes with useful freebies like an extra three months free. Other benefits of prepaid include non-existence of fixed monthly charges along with a controlled use of data as you can never exceed your limit. Along with this, the tariff plans are suitable for every segment of society including students, businesses, night birds and home-users.
In postpaid on the other hand, you get a bill at the end of each month corresponding to the amount of data used. For heavy users like businesses, especially IT businesses, it’s better to go for high speed unlimited postpaid packages as one wouldn’t want to be suddenly cut off from the broadband in the middle of some important work. People who indulge in a lot of live video streaming, movie download and live gaming, aside from the usual use of broadband, better go for the unlimited postpaid plans too. Aside from this, postpaid connections provide you with the benefit of being able to opt out of the services of your service provider without losing any bucks on it.
But at the end of the day, the plan you go for at the end of the day depends on how much your data usage is and how much you are willing to spend on it!