Tata Play Fiber introduces new broadband plans with over 20 OTT apps

Tata Play OTT broadband plan starts at Rs. 5,100 for unlimited data at 50 Mbps speed with six months of validity.

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Airtel Xstream Fiber and Reliance Jio Fiber already provide access to various OTT apps with select plans. Now, the broadband service provider Tata Play Fiber has also introduced OTT bundled plans for its customers. Currently, the company is offering access to over 20 OTT apps with its semi-annual and annual broadband plans.

Tata Play OTT broadband plan starts at Rs. 5,100 for unlimited data at 50 Mbps speed with six months of validity. The included OTT apps are Disney+ Hotstar, SonyLiv, Zee5, Lionsgate Play, Hungama Play, Eros Now, Voot Kids, Shemaroo, MX Player, Hoichoi, Chaupal, Planet Marathi, Epic On, Docubay, Reel Drama, SunNXT, Curiosity, NammaFlix, and Koode.

Here is the list of all Tata Play Fiber OTT bundled broadband plans:

SpeedDuration (months)Price (Rs.)
50 Mbps                           6   5,100
50 Mbps                          12   9,600
100 Mbps                           6   5,700
100 Mbps                          12   10,800
150 Mbps                           6    6,300
150 Mbps                          12   12,000
200 Mbps                           6    6,750
200 Mbps                          12    12,600
300 Mbps                           6    9,600
300 Mbps                          12    18,000
500 Mbps                           6    14,100
500 Mbps                          12     27,000
1 Gbps                            6     21,600
1 Gbps                          12     39,600

All these plans come with a monthly fair usage policy of 3.3TB, and post-consumption, the speed will reduce to 3 Mbps for the rest of the month. The broadband service provider also offers cheaper non-OTT plans for users who do not need access to OTT apps.

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And they wonder how they are losing their market to JioFiber and local cable companies.

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And they wonder how they are losing their market to JioFiber and local cable companies.

Jio is good. But Airtel and Tata play is far better in terms of reliability.

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