Tata Sky Broadband Unlimited Data Plans With 100Mbps Speed at Rs. 590

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Tata Sky Broadband Unlimited Data Plans With Up to 100Mbps Speed Starting at Rs. 590 per Month

Unlimited Internet Plans for Home: The Tata Sky Broadband Offers Unlimited Data Plans With Up to 100Mbps Speed Starting at Rs. 590 per month in select cities where its services are available. Additionally, The Tata Sky Broadband customers can also choose between plans that offer unlimited data with the validity of up to 12 months. It must be noted that pricing of unlimited data plans differs from circle to circle.

The Tata Sky Broadband unlimited internet plans starting at Rs. 590 per month in the Ahmedabad, which is where the pricing is also the lowest out of all regions where its service is available. The most affordable monthly plan worth Rs. 590 offers a speed of 16 Mbps. The Rs. 700 per month Tata Sky Broadband unlimited data plan ups the data speed to 25Mbps, which further goes up to 50Mbps with the Rs. 800 plan. The Rs. 1,100 broadband plan offers data speed of 75Mbps, while the Rs. 1,300 plan provides the fastest data speed at 100Mbps.

Tata Sky Broadband is also offering unlimited dataplans with 3 months and 9-months validity. The basic 3-month plan with the 16Mbps speed in Ahmedabad is priced at Rs. 1,770, while the 25Mbps and 50Mbps unlimited internet plans are priced at Rs. 2,100 and Rs. 2,400, respectively. As for the Tata Sky broadband plans with 9-month validity, the 16Mbps plan can be availed at Rs. 5,310, while the 100Mbps plan can be purchased at Rs. 11,700.

Notably, Tata Sky is not offering its 16Mbps broadband plan in Mumbai or New Delhi, while Kolkata also misses out on the 25Mbps plan. The pricing of Tata Sky Broadband’s unlimited data plans also varies across different cities where the services are available. the Tata Sky Broadband is also providing a free Wi-Fi router and data rollover facility with its unlimited data plans. You can check the entire catalog of Tata Sky Broadband’s unlimited data plans in different cities on the company’s tataskybroadband website.