Airtel Xstream Fiber plans - check out price, speed, data and other details
- Xstream Fiber broadband gives subscriptions to 17 premium OTTs along with unlimited data.
- All-in-one plan gives access to 350+ TV channels.
- Each plan features zero installation cost and a first-month rental free.
AdvertisementOn Monday, Bharti Airtel introduced three new Xstream Fiber broadband plans that start from ₹699 and offer access to 350 TV channels. The new plan is called 'All-in-One' and it is bundled with voice calling, unlimited data, DTH service, and 17 OTT platforms such as Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Lionsgate Play, Hungama Play and Netflix. The broadband plan offers ‘zero’ installation cost and its rental fee for the first month.
During the launch of ‘All-in-One’ plan, the CEO of Bharti Airtel, Vir Inder Nath said, “Our new plans are built for India’s emerging entertainment needs. Through these offers, we plan to offer our discerning customers great value and convenience and unlock a multi-faceted digital experience.”
Airtel 'All-in-One' Xstream Fiber broadband plans
|Plan||₹699 per month||₹1099 per month||₹1599 per month|
|Speed||40 Mbps||200 Mbps||300 Mbps|
|OTT platforms||Disney+ Hotstar||Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime||Disney+ Hotstar, Netflix and Amazon Prime|
For Airtel 4K Hybrid TV box, customer has to pay a one-time charge of ₹2000 and all the plans offer Airtel Black Priority Care in which user will get a dedicated relationship team, priority resolution, call pick up in 60 seconds or call back, and buy now and pay later at Airtel shop.
In terms of difference, ₹699 offers 40 Mbps speed and one OTT platform whereas, ₹1099 offers 200 Mbps speed and it comes with Amazon Prime and Disney+ Hotstar. The ₹1599 plan gives you 300 Mbps along with Disney+ Hotstar, Netflix and Amazon Prime access.
The existing ₹499, ₹999, and ₹1,498 Xstream Fiber broadband plans offer a similar list of benefits, but without access to TV channels.
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