With the upcoming launch of Jio GigaFiber, the fixed broadband market has already started feeling its effects. Tata Sky Broadband has come up with even more exciting plans for their broadband users. The new plans now start at an affordable rate of Rs. 590 per month.
Reliance Jio has become synonymous with bringing about a radical change in the telecom industry and a similar effect is expected to happen in the fixed broadband market. Tata Sky Broadband is one of the many internet service providers to offer cheaper, more lucrative deals to keep their customers from switching over to Jio GigaFiber.
Tata Sky, known primarily for its DTH services, first offered its broadband plans in August 2018. However, it now has revamped the prices on the plans to offer more data at an affordable price. Tata Sky Broadband is currently available in 21 cities across the country where the service provider is offering plans with impressive speeds and prices.
Tata Sky Broadband refreshes prices
The new plans are available in select cities like Ahmedabad and Surat, while in Delhi, the most affordable plan will cost you Rs 999, offering 25Mbps speed but with unlimited data usage.
The most affordable of the lot is a 16Mbps plan priced at Rs. 590 per month, while the other plans come with download speeds of 25Mbps, 50Mbps, 75Mbps, and 100Mbps. As the list here suggests, the plans will come with a bundled router but the company is going to charge you an installation fee of Rs 1,200 to fix up the connection at your residence.
Ahmedabad has the most exciting plans, with almost all offering unlimited data. There are two plans for fixed data usage which come in at Rs. 650 and Rs. 1,000 and they offer 100GB and 300GB respectively at 50 Mbps.
In the Mumbai circle, Tata Sky Broadband is offering three unlimited plans, but they start at a slightly higher price point. The unlimited data plan in Mumbai begins at Rs. 999, and it offers 25 Mbps speed. Next up, Tata Sky offers a plan for Rs. 1,249 with speeds of 50 Mbps and a plan for Rs. 1,599 with up to 100 Mbps speed.
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