Tata Sky Broadband Allows Customers to Save Up to 15% on Annual Subscription

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Tata Sky is not only a DTH service provider as the company is providing high-speed broadband services in 22 cities across the country. Tata Sky Broadband is currently offering up to 100 Mbps speeds and the prices are on the competitive side as well. Right after the announcement of JioFiber plans, Tata Sky rolled out a new offer under which it provided up to six months of extra service on annual broadband plans. While it continues to provide the extra service offer, the company has now come up with a new offer which puts it in-line with Airtel Broadband. Tata Sky is now allowing its customers to save up to 15% on annual broadband plans, which is pretty much similar to the offer Airtel Broadband is running right now. If a customer opts for the six months plan, then the discount provided by Tata Sky Broadband would be flat 10%.

Tata Sky Annual Broadband Plans Now Available at Reduced Prices

Tata Sky Broadband is trying its best to retain the subscriber base and also to add new customers at the same time. For new broadband users, Tata Sky is continuously coming out with new offers which will attract a lot of users out there. That said, Tata Sky is not doing anything major in the segment when compared to other operators like ACT Fibernet, YOU Broadband and Airtel Broadband.

As part of its new offer, Tata Sky is allowing the users to save up to 15% on annual broadband plans. For example, in Bengaluru city, Tata Sky is providing broadband plans in four different variants- one month, three months, six months and 12 months. For the customers who opt for one month or three months, Tata Sky Broadband will not provide any special offer. However, for six months and annual broadband users, Tata Sky is providing up to 15% discount.

In Bengaluru, Tata Sky has three broadband plans on offer- 25 Mbps priced at Rs 900; 50 Mbps priced at Rs 1,000 and 100 Mbps priced at Rs 1,100. Do make a note that these prices are excluding the 18% discount which will increase the monthly charges even further. Now, if a new Tata Sky customer chooses 100 Mbps broadband plan for six months, then the overall charges would be Rs 5,940 after the 10% discount (Rs 660). If the same customer chooses 100 Mbps plan for 12 months, then the overall charges will be Rs 11,220 after the Rs 1,980 discount (15%).

Similarly, Airtel Broadband or Airtel Xstream is also running a similar offer- 10% discount on semi-annual plans and 15% discount on annual plans.

Tata Sky Also Running Extra Service Offer in Select Cities

As mentioned above, Tata Sky is also running the extra service offer, which it introduced before the discount offer. Tata Sky customers in select cities can get up to an extra six months of service for free on choosing annual broadband plans. In Hyderabad, Tata Sky is running the extra service offer. For example, customers choosing Tata Sky Broadband plan of 25 Mbps in Hyderabad for three months will have to pay Rs 2,847 (excluding 18% GST), and in return, Tata Sky will provide them four months of overall service.

Tata Sky Broadband users opting for 12 months plan in Hyderabad will be eligible to get six months extra service which makes the overall service as 18 months. On the whole, these are decent offers from Tata Sky Broadband to lock-in users for a longer period.

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bharat khanna :

where are the plans?no details , whats new whats changed?

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