Airtel Rs 1,498, Rs 3,999 Broadband Plan Bundle with Netflix, Prime Video
Airtel offers broadband plans in various price segments for a range of consumers. There are plans from the operator that are best suited for users looking for entertainment offerings, or for professional purposes. Broadband plans nowadays are bundled with many other benefits apart from regular internet connection.
Now, Airtel has announced two new plans with bundled subscription to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hotstar. Users of Airtel Professional plan and Airtel Infinity plan will now be able to access a wide range of streaming services for free. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Airtel has announced that two of its broadband plans, Airtel Professional and Airtel Infinity, will now be bundled with Netflix. The Airtel Professional Broadband recharge plan is priced at Rs 1,498 monthly and offers unlimited internet at 300Mbps speed, unlimited local/STD calls and Airtel Thanks benefits.
On the other hand, Infinity, which is priced at Rs 3,999, offers speed up to 1Gbps, unlimited internet and local/STD calls along with operator thanksgiving benefits. Other benefits of both the plans include subscription to Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime, Airtel Xstream Premium, VIP Services, Apollo 24×7, Shaw Academy and Wink Premium.
While the Professional plan now includes access to Netflix Basic, the Infinity plan includes access to Netflix Premium. Note that the prices mentioned do not include taxes.
For the uninitiated, Netflix’s Basic plan costs Rs 199 when purchased separately and includes video streaming in 480p resolution on a single device (either phone, tablet, computer or TV). Netflix’s premium offering allows users to stream content in the best possible resolution, i.e., 4K+ HDR, on up to four different devices at the same time.
Reportedly, only people living with you may be able to access your Netflix subscription because Netflix wants to put a stop to password sharing, and was seen testing a new fee-based account sharing feature.
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