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MUMBAI: Iqara Broadband has launched its broadband Internet access service in Vadodara. In October last year, it had introduced the service in Surat, said a news release.

The rates range from Rs 425 for unlimited hours for one month of 100 MBps of data transfer, to Rs 17,500 for unlimited hours for 12 months of 10000 MBps of data transfer.

Mr Orr Burns, Executive Vice President of the company said the company recognises the need that usage patterns will vary and therefore the service is not based on time but offers a package that is centred on data transfer space consumed by the user.

Users of this service will be connected to the Internet entirely on an Iqara Broadband network, avoiding any dial up dependence on public telephony. The service is provided by a hyrid fibre coaxial network which transmits the data.

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