GPRS is the worst option and it can never be used as a primary connection. It just comes useful at case of emergency when no other option is available. Regarding bsnl evdo, for the 250 mb plan you get assured speeds above 100kbps and for evdo they claim 2mbps speeds but effectively you get around 400-800kbps range always.

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Hello Members,Let me share my wonderful experience with EVDO. I purchased this device on november from peenya exchange bangalore. I started using in my laptop. It was working fine in that area.I had openion that, throgh this, internet can be accessed any where in India( As in Tata Indicom). This was my 1st compromise with EVDO:D

My office is located at Basavangudi(South End), Bangalore. Every day Read more of this...

Its almost a month since i took the connection. First thing is it is really difficult to find somebody in bsnl who actually is aware that bsnl has launched such a service. Thanks to the local JTO who never answers phone, i had to walk up and down over a week to finally find out the BSNL central office gives the connection. Luckily the first guy i saw there was the EVDO sales guy.

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