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Type Private Limited
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 2000
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Services Broadband internet
Owners Shyam Telecom
Employees 600 – 31 March 2011
Website Spectranet

Spectranet is an Internet service provider which offers cable and wireless broadband services to residential customers across India by partnering up with local cable operators who manage the networks, payments and after sales service. The company has been operating since 2000. As well as residential broadband services, it also offers communication solutions to enterprise and mobile phone network customers. Spectranet has a deployed Wi-Fi network of over 1000 access points across six districts – Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad.[1]

Spectranet is an innovative and disruptive technology company, dedicatedly working to deliver joy, advantage and success for people through, and by, continuous pursuit of excellence in internet services.

Our vision is to revolutionise broadband services in India by providing simple­to­understand yet state­of­the­art services that will enable people of our country to do so much more in their daily lives, thereby bringing them unprecedented advantage and joy, ultimately resulting in their success. As India’s first fibre internet service provider with our own fibre network, we have served business and home consumers for over thirteen years and have grown to deliver the most amazing internet experience to our consumers today.

Today, home consumers of Spectranet Broadband powered by FOX (Fiber Optic Xperience) enjoy speeds of 16 Mbps with tens of gigabytes of data usage that puts them among the top 1% of internet users in India. This makes us the network of choice for thousands of customers in National Capital Region of Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.

For our business users, our revolutionary and disruptive Business Internet Access (BIA) products powered by FOX (Fiber Optic Xperience) and our datacenter products offering metered power, deliver an unfair advantage of abundance enabling them to do so much more within their budgets.