YOU Broadband has now come up with a new offer to lure more customers join its network. The Internet Service Provider starts offering free Amazon Fire TV Stick to the customers choosing broadband plans under YOU Fire range. As the naming itself suggests, YOU Fire range of broadband plans provides Amazon Fire TV Stick to new as well as existing customers. Under YOU Fire range, the Vodafone-owned company has two plans of Rs 4,998 and Rs 5,999, with the broadband speeds ranging up to 200 Mbps. The two plans come with a validity of 60 days and 90 days respectively, and to get the Amazon Fire TV Stick device, you’ve to choose these plans only. Also, YOU Broadband will waive off installation charges on these plans because they’re long-validity plans.
Firstly, the YOU Fire broadband plan with 150 Mbps data speeds comes with 60 days of validity and 400GB of FUP for the validity period. Next on the list, we have the YOU Fire broadband plan with 200 Mbps speeds; It comes with a validity of 90 days and 750GB of FUP. Do make a note that the FUP limit is for the entire validity period, meaning, for 60 days, YOU is offering 400GB of data, and for 90 days, it’s offering 750GB of data. The 150 Mbps plan costs Rs 4,998 (including taxes), while the 200 Mbps plan will cost the user Rs 5,999 (including taxes).
That said, this new offer from YOU Broadband is attractive with Amazon Fire TV bundled. In the past, YOU offered free data of up to 240GB to the customers purchasing an Amazon Fire TV Stick, but now, it has come up with a new existing offer altogether. Amazon Fire TV Stick is a streaming media player, which allows a user to watch videos, play games, listen to their favorite music and use other apps on your TV. The Fire Stick TV comes loaded with a lot of useful applications, which can be used on your television.
Other private players such as Airtel is offering free Amazon Prime subscription with some of its broadband plans, whereas ACT Fibernet has partnered with Google and providing free Google Home Mini smart speaker with some of its broadband plans in select cities such as Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi and Chennai.