The Internet Service Provider (ISP) has also announced that within the next six months it will launch its broadband services in multiple cities across the North and West India.
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ACT Fibernet has announced that it will soon partner with ZEE 5 to boost its content offering. The brand has revealed that it will expand to multiple cities, bring 24x7 customer care and more.
In 2019, ACT Fibernet will expand its products, service offering and partnerships across various categories including ACT Advantage Entertainment, ACT Advantage Gaming, ACT Advantage Speed, Act Advantage Service, Act Advantage Smart Cities and Act Advantage community. As part of Entertainment, the brand will partner with content players like ZEE 5 to boost its content offerings. The company recently announced its partnership with Sony LIV.
The Internet Service Provider (ISP) has also announced that within next six months it will launch its broadband services in multiple cities across the North and West India, thus, expanding footprint to Northern and Western India. The brand has also revealed that it will introduce a 24x7 customer care centre, which will address all customers queries in real time. The company has also introduced a new logo and tagline ‘Feel the Advantage’ as a part of this renewed efforts.
ACT Fibernet has also revealed that it will boost the gaming segment as well. The company is planning to tie up with different gaming cafe, gaming OEM and more to provide a lag-free gaming experience to users. Coming to ACT Advantage Smart Cities, the company aims to complete 5000+ WiFi hotspots across Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Vishakhapatnam and others. The brand is jointly working with the state government of Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru to provide free WiFi connectivity in public libraries and schools.
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