Airtel Black offers DTH, OTT, mobile bundle plans: Check out the pricing

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The war between the telcos to garner more and more users is not going to stop anytime soon. The major ground of this war is the price point offered by these brands and the convenience of recharging. Considering that, Airtel has taken a step that will surely make the journey of subscribing to its various services easier. The telco giant is offering bundled plans for smartphones, broadband, and DTH. Now, this is something every user will love as no one wants to pay three different bills when they can get all the services in one.

The best part here is that these plans are pretty cost-efficient, as the starting price of these bundle plans is Rs 699. All the users can get different plans under the Airtel Black membership based on their preferences and requirements. The plans are available in the range of Rs 699 to Rs 2,299. We will discuss the benefits offered with these plans here so that you can make your purchasing decision easily.

Airtel Black bundle plans and benefits

Airtel Black

Rs 699 plan

This is the cheapest plan of the lot, and it comes with Rs 300 worth of TV channels, and an unlimited Fiber connection of up to 40Mbps, topped with a landline connection for the home. The plan also includes access to Airtel Xstream App and Disney+ Hotstar for free. The first 30 days of the plan are free, and the users will have to pay after that. The plan is available in the market at a price of Rs 699 + GST.

Rs 899 plan

In this plan, the users get two postpaid connections for a smartphone along with unlimited calling and 105GB of data. The plan also gets Rs 305 worth of TV channels along with three OTT applications, including Amazon Prime Video, Airtel Xstream, and Disney+ Hotstar. It is available at a price of Rs 899 with additional GST and the first 30 days free.

Rs 1,098 plan

This one is a new plan added to the Airtel Black segment. It offers a single postpaid connection, unlimited calls, and 75GB of data. It also has an unlimited fiber connection of up to 100Mbps and a landline service for the home. This plan also has similar OTT application access as the Rs 899 plan. In this plan, you will get the first 30 days free, and after that, you’ll be supposed to pay Rs 1098 + GST.

Rs 1,099 plan

At a difference of just one rupee, you will get a faster broadband connection of up to 200Mbps. The plan has no postpaid connection for mobile, but you will get a landline connection for home. The DTH service with TV channels worth Rs 350 and access to OTT apps like Disney+ Hotstar, Airtel Xstream, and Amazon Prime Video. You will be supposed to pay Rs 1099 along with GST and get the first 30 days free.

Rs 1,599 plan

This plan has a lot for you in store because it comes with access to applications like Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, and the Airtel Xstream app. The plan also consists of 300Mbps and DTH with TV channels worth Rs 350. Similar to other plans, this one is also free for the first 30 days; after that, you can continue by paying Rs 1,599 + GST.

Rs 1,799 plan

This is the second most expensive plan from the Airtel Black segment. The plan provides four postpaid connections with unlimited calls and 190GB of data. This one also offers broadband connection of up to 200Mbps. On top of that, the plan also has landline connections as well. It offers access to Amazon Prime Video, Airtel Xstream, and Disney+ Hotstar with the first 30 days free.

Rs 2,299 plan

Of course, this one is the most expensive Airtel Black plan and has four postpaid connections with up to 240GB mobile data and unlimited calling. The plan has around 300Mbps unlimited broadband speed. It also includes access to Rs 350 with TV channels, Netflix subscription, Disney+ Hotstar subscription, Airtel Xstream subscription, and Amazon Prime Video subscription. The plan is available with the first 30 days of free service, and then you will be supposed to pay Rs 2,299 + GST to continue.

Nishit Raghuwanshi RudraNishit Raghuwanshi Rudra
A career journalist who spent three plus years playing around with smartphones, associated apps and more. As a hobby, Rudra enjoys researching mobile games. When he's not busy in the world of gadgets, he is busy with a paper and pen writing poems or engaging with his growing digital audience on the Hindi rap circuit.

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