Airtel Digital TV New Users Will Get 30 Days of Subscription at No Extra Cost

Airtel Digital TV is following the footsteps of Dish TV which is currently the second-largest DTH operator in India

Highlights
  • Airtel Digital TV is offering zero installation charges on new connections
  • Airtel Digital TV is also providing 30 days of service for free
  • Set-Top Boxes of Airtel Digital TV are available at a starting price of Rs 1,100

Airtel Digital TV has come up with unique offers for the new DTH customers who’re looking to join the DTH operator. Similar to Dish TV, Airtel Digital TV also started providing 30 days or one month of free service to the new users. Furthermore, the DTH operator also says it will waive off installation charges as well. But there will be additional engineer charges which customers should take care of when the person comes for installing the Set-Top Box. Very recently, Airtel Digital TV also slashed prices of its SD and HD Set-Top Boxes and they’re now available at Rs 1,100 and Rs 1,300, respectively. On top of that, existing Airtel Digital TV users are also eligible to get one month of extra service on choosing the same pack for 11 months, as we have reported recently.

Airtel Digital TV Offering Free Installation on New Connections

Airtel Digital TV is following the footsteps of Dish TV which is currently the second-largest DTH operator in India. After slashing the prices of its Set-Top Boxes, Airtel Digital TV has come up with two new benefits for the new users. Airtel Digital TV new users can enjoy a channel pack at no extra cost for the first 30 days. If a customer opts for a new Airtel Digital TV connection via the official website (https://www.airtel.in/dth/), then they will get the option to choose channel pack as well while booking for the connection.

Airtel Digital TV has a wide range of channel packs for new users starting at Rs 271. After choosing their desired Set-Top Box (SD or HD or Airtel Xstream Box), then they can select the channel packs. Right now, the DTH operator is allowing the new users to choose five different channel packs priced at Rs 271, Rs 281, Rs 286, Rs 290 and Rs 329. After selecting the channel pack, the website will ask for your mobile number for further process.

Besides the free one month of service, Airtel Digital TV is also waiving off installation charges, but engineer charges of Rs 250 will have to be paid at the time of installation. Once the installation process is done, the channel pack selected by the user will be activated automatically and it will be free for the first 30 days, post which the monthly charges will apply. Customers have the freedom to change the channel pack of their own post the 30 days.

Airtel Digital TV Existing Users Can Get Up to 30 Days of Extra Service for Free

In other news, Airtel Digital TV is also providing up to 30 days of extra service for free on several backs. Basically, these packs are part of the company’s long-term recharges. Almost every DTH operator right now has some unique long-term recharge offers and Airtel Digital TV is no different in this aspect.

Airtel Digital TV has several base packs on offer such as Value Sports Pack, Dabbang Sports Pack, Value Sports Pack Lite and so on. All these packs are available for subscription via the company’s website or mobile app. If an existing Airtel Digital TV customer chooses the same base pack for 11 months, then the company will provide one month of extra service, making it 12 months. Details of this base packs offer are mentioned in this article.

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