Airtel XStream fiber user in India who sells for Rs. The plan for 3,999 will now get 1Gbps 4×4 Wi-Fi router simultaneously. In most cases, users do not realize that gigabit-fast connectivity is due to traditional routers installed in their homes and small offices. To remedy this drawback, Airtel is bundling the router for all users who opt for the Airtel Xstream Fiber Rs. 3,999 plan This broadband plan offers 1Gbps speed and comes with a complimentary Airtel Xstream box.
The telecom giant has announced that all customers who purchase Airtel XStream fiber will get Rs. The plan of 3,999 will get a compliant 4×4 Wi-Fi router that offers 1 Gbps Wi-Fi. This will allow users to achieve maximum output of their plan mileage which provides 1Gbps speed. This will help offices deploy many high-speed connections to apps such as stock trading and online collaboration. It will also enhance the online gaming experience and animation. It is also beneficial for work from home or study with a large number of concurrent connected devices.
Airtel Xstream Fiber VIP Plan, priced at Rs. 3,999 per month, offers unlimited internet, 1 Gbps speed and unlimited local / STD calls. Apart from the newly added Wi-Fi router, Airtel XStream Fiber is available for Rs. There is also a complimentary Airtel Extreme box in the plan of 3,999. The box provides access to 550 TV channels and OTT content from the Airtel XStream App Library, which includes more than 10,000 movies and seven OTT apps and five studios. Amazon Prime Video and ZEE5 subscription have also been given in the plan.
“Reliable high speed connectivity is a lifeline in today’s digital first world and Airtel is proud to be at the forefront of India’s broadband revolution. Bharti Airtel CEO Veer Inder Nath said in a statement, “Our customers were demanding freedom from our cable to enjoy 1 GPS experience and we are happy to do so.” Airtel Xstream Fiber Rs. 3,999 broadband plans are offered in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, etc. cities.
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