Tata Sky Binge for Rs 249 Could Be a Better Replacement for Separate Subscriptions

Tata Sky Binge could be the perfect subscription plan for the millennial user who wants to access DTH channels and OTT content on their TV screen

By August 10th, 2019 AT 4:02 PM
Highlights
  • The Tata Sky Binge service will work via an Amazon Fire TV Stick
  • The service will cost only Rs 249 and it will be extended to Tata Sky subscribers only

The Over-the-top (OTT) content industry has been dominating the DTH sector day by day. The consumers are migrating to these platforms in numbers and are increasingly spending more and more time consuming on demand video on these applications. The time is definitely being eaten away from the DTH companies. However, Tata Sky has brought a solution for such subscribers and it is offering to its subscribers through the Tata Sky Binge service which costs only Rs 249 per month. The service will offer the subscribers access to content streaming platforms like Hotstar, Sun NXT, Hungama Play and more. Now you must be wondering whether or not it would be worth it to spend Rs 249 per month on this service, and we have reasons to believe why you should.

Tata Sky Binge Service – Amazon Fire TV Stick Tata Sky Edition

Another name which comes to the users’ minds when it is about upgrading their TV to a smart TV with various subscriptions services is the Amazon Fire TV Stick. For someone who has a simple TV without any quirks, the Amazon Fire TV Stick is one of the best options to choose from. However, with the Tata Sky Binge Service, the subscribers get the Amazon Fire TV Stick – Tata Sky Edition complimentary. The market price of the Amazon Fire TV Stick, when brought separately is Rs 3,999. While using the Tata Sky Binge Service, the Amazon Fire TV Stick will be available for subscribers without an upfront payment. The Amazon Fire TV Stick goes into your HDMI port and uses your Tata Sky subscriber to log-in.

One of the advantages of getting Tata Sky Binge is that you are exempted to pay any upfront price for the Amazon Fire TV Stick. Also, on making a price comparison of these products, it is not hard to conclude that Tata Sky’s Binge service is actually a steal deal since the combination of these services would make your bills soar sky-high. For example, the Hotstar subscription is available for Rs 299 per month or Rs 999 per year, whereas the Eros Now subscription is available for Rs 99 per month of Rs 950 per year. When you are paying for Tata Sky Binge Service, since these costs are already covered, you get a pretty sweet deal for your money.

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Perks of Tata Sky Binge Service

The thing to keep in mind here is that the Tata Sky Binge service has a drawback of not coming with bundled content from Netflix, Voot and ZEE5 which is something that you will have to keep in mind before going for this choice. Even with that, the subscribers can decide to install these apps on their Amazon Fire TV Stick and in case they have an existing subscription on these platforms, then they can use it to access content on their bigger screen. In addition to this, subscribers of this service will be able to access the Tata Sky Video on Demand (VoD) library with more than 5,000 titles of TV shows.

Tata Sky Binge Added Benefit: Free Amazon Prime Membership for 3 Months

One of the added benefits of the Tata Sky Binge service is that the subscribers of the service will get to access free Amazon Prime benefits for 3 months straight. Under Tata Sky Binge, the consumers will be able to access the Amazon Prime Video content through the Amazon Fire TV Stick Tata Sky edition. Not only this, but as part of Amazon Prime membership the customers will also get access to Prime Music, faster deliveries and exclusive Prime deals as well. After the three month period, the subscribers will only have to pay Rs 129 per month to keep their Amazon Prime subscription going.

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Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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