Excitel launches new Cable Cutter plan with up to 400 Mbps speed, OTT apps, and live TV

Excitel Cable Cutter broadband plan offers access to 12 premium OTT apps, including Disney+ Hotstar, Sony Liv, and Zee5.

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Broadband service provider Excitel has launched a new Cable Cutter plan. The plan offers internet speeds of up to 400 Mbps and provides access to 12 premium OTT apps and over 550 live TV channels.

“We are thrilled to launch our Cable Cutter Plan, a true game-changer in the home broadband and Cable TV arena. The ever-increasing popularity of OTT platforms and the soaring costs of traditional cable TV services have driven us to create a comprehensive solution for our customers, said Vivek Raina, Co-founder and CEO of Excitel, in a statement.

“Our cable Cutter Plan offers a seamless blend of Live TV, OTT content, and lightning-fast internet speeds, all bundled together at an affordable price point, the perfect fusion of convenience, variety, and affordability, catering to the ever-evolving entertainment needs of consumers. This, we believe, will empower users to regain control of their entertainment choices and enjoy an unparalleled viewing experience,” Raina added.

Excitel Cable Cutter plan details

The Excitel Cable Cutter broadband plan offers internet speeds of up to 400 Mbps, along with access to 12 premium OTT apps and over 550 live TV channels. The 12 premium OTT apps included with the plan are Disney+ Hotstar, SonyLIV, Zee5, Alt Balaji, Hungama Play, Hungama Music, Hubhopper, Shemaroo, Fancode, Distro TV, Epic ON, and PlayBox TV.

The Cable Cutter broadband plan costs Rs. 592 per month for 12 months. Moreover, it is also available at Rs. 847 per month for three months. The company is yet to reveal the pricing of the six-month Cable Cutter plan. The Excitel broadband service is currently available in select cities in India, and interested customers can visit the Excitel website to check availability and book a new connection.

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In which all cities this is available?

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One of the worst service provider if it run it will run superior but once it's stop the service will take a 6-7 hours to restore. My uncle have same Wi-Fi connection in Jaipur, it make them struggle lot.

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