Tata Sky Broadband Providing Up to 6 Months of Extra Service on Long-Term Plans

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Chakri K

Tata Sky Broadband users choosing a long-term plan of nine months will be eligible for an extra six months of free service. Under this offer, if a Tata Sky Broadband customer chooses a plan for 12 months, then the company will provide an additional six months of service for free, taking the overall benefit to 18 months (in Hyderabad city). That said, it’s an attractive offer from Tata Sky and is available on both Unlimited and Fixed GB plans the company is providing right now. Tata Sky Broadband has operations across 21 cities right now and the Internet Service Provider is delivering up to 100 Mbps speeds without any FUP limit. With the JioFiber

commercial launch around the corner, this additional validity offer from Tata Sky Broadband will surely attract a lot of users out there.

Tata Sky Broadband Additional Validity Offer: How to Avail

As noted, Tata Sky Broadband is providing both Unlimited and Fixed GB data plans to the customers in all cities. As part of the Unlimited Data category, the company has a total of five plans on offer priced at Rs 590, Rs 700, Rs 800, Rs 1,100 and Rs 1,300, and they ship with 16 Mbps, 25 Mbps, 50 Mbps, 75 Mbps and 100 Mbps speeds, respectively. Assume an example, the 100 Mbps Unlimited Data broadband plan from Tata Sky costs Rs 1,300 per month and Rs 11,700 for nine months. If a customer chooses the plan for nine months, T

ata Sky Broadband will credit an additional four months of service for free, which means the customer can enjoy 100 Mbps speeds for 13 months without any FUP limit at just Rs 11,700. So the effective price of 100 Mbps connection per month becomes Rs 900.

The same case applies to all the Unlimited Data plans mentioned above. If a customer chooses any of the above-mentioned plans for three months upfront, then Tata Sky will provide an extra one month of service for free. That said, the above offer is applicable to the Tata Sky Broadband plans in Ahmedabad city.

In Hyderabad city, Tata Sky Broadband is running a different offer which provides a user up to six months of extra service. If a Tata Sky Broadband users in Hyderabad chooses a 100 Mbps Unlimited Data plan for 12 months by paying Rs 16,788, then the company will provide additional six months of service, taking the overall benefit to 18 months.

Do make a note that the offer differs with almost every city, so check with Tata Sky Broadband before opting for the offer.

Tata Sky Broadband Expands Operations to 21 Cities

Tata Sky Broadband has been in the news for a while now, but with Reliance JioFiber launch around the corner, the company is trying to make a mark with new offers and expanding operations to new cities. Tata Sky Broadband is now providing services in a total of 21 cities including the popular ones like Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata and so on.

In the current situation, the best way to attract a broadband user is by providing unlimited FUP plans and Tata Sky is just doing that. Not only that, the company also has some Fixed GB plans under its belt for those who’re not in need of unlimited data plans.

Chakri K

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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