Tata Sky Binge Service Offers Free Amazon Prime Subscription for 3 Months Along With Fire TV Stick

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Arpit Sharma

Tata Sky Binge is a service that is aimed at users who’re looking for content from OTT services. Tata Sky subscribers can opt for the Binge service and the company is providing it free for one month as part of the trial period. Once the trial period completes, users will be required to pay Rs 249 per month to avail the Binge service. That being said, while opting the Binge service, Tata Sky will provide them with an Amazon Fire TV Stick Tata Sky Edition which comes pre-installed with apps like Hotstar, Amazon Prime, Sun NXT, ZEE5 and so on. Under this service, Tata Sky Binge customers will be eligible for a free trial of Amazon Prime membership for three months. Post the free trial period, users will have to pay Rs 129 every month for Amazon Prime membership.

How to Subscribe to Tata Sky Binge Service

To subscribe to Tata Sky Binge service, the subscribers can visit the Tata Sky official website and navigate to the Tata Sky Binge section. The subscribers can then give a missed call on the provided number to subscribe to the Tata Sky Binge Service. After the missed call, a Tata Sky representative will visit your home with the Amazon Fire TV Stick, will do the installation and give you a demo. You won’t have to pay the subscription upfront to the Tata Sky representative as it will be billed directly from your Tata Sky account and will be deducted along with your Tata Sky standard subscription amount.

Tata Sky Binge Service Content Details 

The subscribers of Tata Sky will be able to avail this service for Rs 249 per month. The best part about Tata Sky Binge subscription is that you will get four premium subscription included in this cost, which will consist of Hotstar, Eros Now, Hungama Play and SUN NXT. In addition to this, the users will be able to enjoy their usual DTH channels as well. The Tata Sky Binge service will allow you to flip between on-demand movies and TV channels. Also, you will be able to watch the previous seven days of the content of the TV channels, and all you will need is an internet connection.

Tata Sky Binge Free Amazon Prime Subscription

The UI of the Tata Sky Binge service will resemble the Amazon Fire TV Stick, but with some slight changes and Tata Sky branding here and there. The subscribers of the Tata Sky Binge service will also get Amazon Prime service free for three months, and after that, they will be charged at Rs 129 per month. The Binge service is a useful subscription for users who would like to club their various VOD services and their DTH connection into one.

This post was last modified on July 23, 2019 4:59 pm

Arpit Sharma

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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