Tata Sky Binge Offering Benefits Upwards Of Rs 700 Only for Rs 249 Per Month

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Arpit Sharma

The reason why Tata Sky has become the top DTH operator in the country is manifold. However, if we were to take a look at the services being offered by Tata Sky, it would not take us long to find out why the DTH operator has gained the top spot in the market by stealing the top position of Dish TV. One of these reasons is the service which Tata Sky ships for its subscribers who want to access Over-the-Top or OTT content alongside their DTH subscription and this service is called Tata Sky Binge. To provide OTT content to its subscribers, Tata Sky has taken a very unique route as opposed to other DTH providers out there. While the other DTH companies are offering Hybrid Set-Top Boxes, the Tata Sky Binge

is a subscription-based service which avails a method for the Tata Sky subscribers to stream OTT content and not only this, but it also goes a step ahead to bundle subscription-based services as well to the subscribers. The Tata Sky Binge costs Rs 249 per month. Here are the benefits that you get in Rs 249 per month under Tata Sky Binge.


Tata Sky Binge Amazon Fire TV Stick

The first big benefit which the Tata Sky customers experience when they get Tata Sky Binge is the Amazon Fire TV Stick. So, if you were to get an Amazon Fire TV Stick without Tata Sky Binge, separately, you would be set back by Rs 3,999 since this is the Amazon Fire TV Stick which comes with Alexa remote. With the Tata Sky Binge subscription of Rs 249 per month, the subscribers get a special Tata Sky edition of the Amazon Fire TV Stick. Connecting this Stick through the HDMI port and then with an internet connection, the users will easily be able to stream OTT content on their TV screens with the DTH connection.

Tata Sky Binge Content Streaming Services

Now coming to another major and the biggest benefit of Tata Sky Binge, which makes the service extremely worthy of its price tag and those are bundled subscriptions. So, the thing which truly sets apart Tata Sky Binge is the fact that it does not only ship Amazon Fire TV Stick, but it also gives the subscribers access to various content services as well with no additional cost.

The list of content services which are available as a bundled subscription service with Tata Sky Binge includes Amazon Prime for three months, Hotstar, Eros Now, Hungama, and SunNXT as well. Tata Sky’s new partnership with ZEE has now also brought on board ZEE5 content on Tata Sky. As for the savings that the subscribers of this service make, a simple sum up for the content subscription tells us that if not for Tata Sky Binge, the subscribers would have to pay Rs 129 for Amazon Prime, Rs 299 for Hotstar, Rs 99 for ZEE5, Rs 49 per month for Eros Now, Rs 49 for SunNXT, and Rs 99 per month for Hungama Play. Totalling this amount, we get Rs 724 which the subscribers will be able to enjoy at the price of Rs 249 only. Not to forget, the Tata Sky Binge service also offers the Amazon Fire TV Stick without any upfront cost as well.

Tata Sky Binge Benefits

Hence, given all of these benefits, the Tata Sky Binge Fire TV Stick allows the subscribers to not only access to these OTT applications but also bundles a subscription to them as well which allows easy access to these apps for the subscribers and lots of savings as well. On the other hand, the other DTH operators provide the option of a Hybrid Set-Top Box which is an upfront cost the consumers have to bear and then on top of that, they are required to buy subscription of services which they want to watch.

This post was last modified on December 5, 2019 2:03 am

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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