The new plan under post-paid category from Reliance really looks good on paper but it is not feasible everywhere as claimed by their customer care executives. I have confirmed personally from local reliance engineer and also see myself this plan in action at one of my friends home. A 12 Mbps plan will at least give a transfer rate of 1.5 Mega Bytes Per Second but it is not giving the same. The maximum which i can get on their connection is 3.5 Mbps which gives a transfer rate of 437.5 Kilo Bytes Per Second.
A 12 theoretically will not be feasible on the present copper wire network available in most of the cities in India and also it will not be compatible with the present modems from Reliance. This can be supported only on the Ethernet network which according to Reliance is available only in Metropolitans.
So instead wasting Rs. 999 on this plan, go with some other plan at less cost. In case if in near future if this plan starts to work perfectly than this will be one of the most lucrative plan available in India (excluding plans offered by some local operators like Beam in Hyderabad ). This plan offers 12 Mbps of bandwidth for downloads up to 25 GB and 1 Mbps after that. From my personal experience Reliance is always a stable broadband service provider in terms of ping and jitter. Availability is the only issue with this provider as their network spread is much less as compared to other ISP’s like Airtel, BSNL.