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Not pissed at Nayatel. I am, in fact, using Nayatel right now. I will never favor any Nayatel package unless it has unlimited volume.
If Nayatel’s sister concern MBL can offer unlimited volumes, why can’t Nayatel? It’s hypocrisy at the highest level just for retaining and making corporate and SMB customers pay far more for volume based packages.
Let me elaborate why Nayatel does not offer unlimited volume.
Micronet only offers 1Mbps or 2Mbps (nights) and Sundays MAX and keeps the bandwidth limited because more the bandwidth more would be the problems on copper line. Keeping bandwidth unlimited has never been and would be a problem for MBL or any other ISP but only for those which operate locally through procuring bandwidth from regional ISPs.
For Nayatel, the USP of their network is more bandwidth and it can deliver whatever you want……For info….the ONT which is deployed at one’s premises can offer upto 30 Mbps up/downlink and believe you me, if Nayatel has 24/7 unlimited packages it wouldn’t be possible for any one to subscribe to them.
The current offer of 5Mbps and the prior one of 3Mbps few months back have been complimentary offers and Nayatel has only offered these packages at 1399 and 1699 which is actually at no cost. Elaborating more, Nayatel offers 24/7 unlimited 4 Mbps corporate package at 136K per month which is the real cost. So if we were to be charged for this package in real terms, the cost would have been around 80K for this package. Finally, if the home packages are offered with unlimited volume, the corporates would switch down to home packages and Nayatel wouldn’t earn a penny. Give them a break and let them earn something….lol
In easy terms, if you can pay what it actually costs you can get any bandwidth from Nayatel with unlimited volume you want.