Unlimited Data Broadband Plans from Tata Sky, Airtel Xstream Fibre and Others Start at Rs 499

Last month, Airtel announced a revamp of its broadband plans and also came up with a new identity called 'Airtel Xstream Fibre'

By November 13th, 2019 AT 5:12 PM
Highlights
  • Hathway Broadband is currently offering a 100 Mbps plan without any FUP limit at Rs 499 per month
  • Tata Sky Broadband is also shipping unlimited data plans starting at Rs 900 per month
  • Airtel Xstream Fibre allows users to make unlimited data plan by paying an extra Rs 299

Ever since JioFiber announced its broadband plans, we have seen other Internet Service Providers (ISP) revising their plans left, right and centre. Recently, Bharti Airtel announced a new broadband identity called ‘Airtel Xstream Fibre’ and Tata Sky also revised its unlimited data broadband plans. Meanwhile, Hathway Broadband has introduced a new offer as part of which the company is offering 100 Mbps broadband plan for 12 months at just Rs 499 per month. Reliance JioFiber broadband plans are not that attractive because there’s a monthly FUP limit, however, operators like Airtel Xstream Fibre, Tata Sky, You Broadband and Hathway Broadband are offering unlimited data plans without any monthly FUP limit in place. Read on to know more about the plans in details.

Airtel Xstream Fibre Broadband Plans Detailed

Last month, Airtel announced a revamp of its broadband plans and also came up with a new identity called ‘Airtel Xstream Fibre.’ Currently, Airtel Xstream Fibre has four broadband plans- Airtel Basic priced at Rs 799, Airtel Entertainment priced at Rs 999, Airtel Premium priced at Rs 1,499 and Airtel VIP broadband plan that costs Rs 3,999 per month.

All the Airtel Xstream Fibre broadband plans come with a monthly FUP limit which is on par with Reliance JioFiber. However, Airtel is charging Rs 299 more from every customer to make the data unlimited which is 3.3TB every month. So for the users who choose Airtel’s Rs 799 Basic plan, the overall speeds will be 100 Mbps and the final charges for unlimited data will come to Rs 799+Rs 299. This is probably the best data add-on available from any broadband operator in the industry right now.

Tata Sky Broadband Unlimited Data Plans Detailed

Just a couple of days ago, we reported Tata Sky’s broadband plans revision in various cities. Tata Sky Broadband has two types of broadband plans on offer- Unlimited Data and Fixed GB plans. The ISP right now has three Unlimited Data plans priced at Rs 900, Rs 1,000 and Rs 1,100, offering speeds of up to 25 Mbps, 50 Mbps and 100 Mbps, respectively. Tata Sky says the data will be fully unlimited, unlike Airtel Xstream Fibre which restricts the speeds to 1 Mbps after 3.3TB data consumption. The Rs 1,1000 Tata Sky Broadband plan is the best option for many users who want high speeds and unlimited data.

You Broadband Unlimited Data Plans Detailed

Unlike Airtel Xstream Fibre and Tata Sky Broadband, You Broadband’s plans differ with almost every city like ACT Fibernet and other local Internet Service Providers. Let’s talk about the unlimited data plans offered by You Broadband in Hyderabad city. You Broadband has four unlimited data plans in Hyderabad right now and they offer speeds of 75 Mbps, 50 Mbps, 30 Mbps and 15 Mbps, respectively.

In Bengaluru, You Broadband is offering two unlimited data plans- 60 Mbps and 50 Mbps, priced at Rs 1,999 and Rs 1,690, respectively. The prices mentioned above are including taxes which is a good thing.

Hathway Broadband Unlimited Data Plans Detailed

Hathway is one of the popular Cable TV and Broadband service providers across the state. But in some cities, the company is not providing any unlimited data plans to the customers. Again in Hyderabad, the company has broadband plans offering speeds of up to 125 Mbps and there’s no FUP limit on a monthly or daily basis. Hathway Broadband also introduced a new ‘Steal the Deal‘ offer under which new customers of Hathway can avail a 100 Mbps plan without any FUP limit at an effective price of Rs 499 per month. However, customers will have to choose the same plan for 12 months which locks them in for one year.

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