YOU Offers Free Google Home Mini and Amazon Fire TV Stick With Select Broadband Plans

YOU Broadband, the Mumbai based and Vodafone powered broadband company has been known to introduce offers which ship free complimentary products with its select broadband plans. Earlier, YOU Broadband came up with the free Amazon Fire TV Stick offer with some of its broadband plans. Last month, the broadband provider launched the Amazon Fire TV Stick offer on few plans were eligible to get the new streaming device from Amazon. Now, the broadband company has come up with a new complementary product offering with its broadband plan which is providing Google Home Mini to the subscribers. To get a free Google Home Mini or Amazon Fire TV Stick, users have to choose the plans mentioned below.


YOU Broadband Google Home Mini Plans
YOU Broadband is offering the Google Home Mini speakers on the plans which offer 100 Mbps, 150 Mbps and 200 Mbps speeds. The 100 Mbps plan by YOU broadband comes with 60 days validity and 200GB data usage. On the other hand, the 150 Mbps plan ships 300GB data with a 60-day validity. The 100 Mbps plan comes in at the price of Rs 3558, whereas the 150 Mbps plan can be availed for Rs 4067. The 200 Mbps plan with 90 days validity 600GB of data usage is open for subscription at Rs 4614.


It is notable that owing to the popularity of Google assistant; the Google Home Mini has become one of the highest selling smart devices in the country. Users just need to say “Hey Google” to start receiving answers from Google assistant. The device supports Google Play Music, YouTube, Netflix, Saavn, and Gaana and has also been hinted to receive Hindi support in the future.

YOU Fire Broadband Plans With Amazon Fire TV Stick
YOU Broadband is providing complimentary Amazon Fire TV Stick to the subscribers of 150 Mbps data plans which offers 60 days validity and 400GB of data. Subscribers will also be eligible for the offer in the 200 Mbps plan which comes with a validity of 90 days and 750GB of FUP. The 150 Mbps plan costs Rs 4,998 (including taxes), while the 200 Mbps plan will cost Rs 5,999 (including taxes) for the subscribers. It is also worth noting that the FUP limit is for the entire validity period in these plans.


To recall, Amazon had launched its Fire TV Stick which enables streaming media player, allowing users to watch videos, play games, listen to their favourite music and use other apps on your TV. The Fire TV Stick also offers applications which can be run on the users’ TVs.

As of now, YOU Broadband is facing some fierce competition from other players like Airtel which are offering free Amazon Prime Membership. ACT Broadband has also partnered with Google and is shipping the Google Home Mini Speaker with its select plans in cities like Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi and Chennai. YOU broadband had also introduced the YOU Broadband Mini plans to counter this move by ACT Broadband.

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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what is the post FUP speed?


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