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Tata Sky Broadband to provide free landline service

New Delhi: Tata Sky Broadband will soon be offering free landline service to customers, the internet service provider has revealed through a poster posted on its website. Let us tell you that Tata Sky will help bring broadband service closer to Jio Fiber and Airtel, both already providing landline with broadband services.

Tata Sky is likely to offer its customers unlimited voice calling with unlimited broadband plans. The Tata Sky broadband plan starts at Rs 900 per month with unlimited high-speed data benefits.

The free landline service is teased on the company’s official website online without any details.

Tata Sky Broadband, has a tagline that reads, “Stream Unlimited”, Unlimited Call. “It states that the service will provide unlimited voice calling benefits with the new landline service. The company additionally mentioned that the new offering was “coming soon”. However, the exact launch date has not been announced yet.

Tata Sky is offering three unlimited plans of broadband to customers. These plans start from Rs 900, apart from this you get plans of up to Rs 1,100, in these plans you are being offered speeds up to 100Mbps. There are also options to choose plans available for three, six and twelve months.

Tata Sky Broadband is not the first operator to bring free landline service to its broadband customers. Airtel and Jio Fiber already provide landline services to their broadband customers. However, the move will help Tata Sky attract some customers as the company faces stiff competition in the broadband market with BSNL, Airtel and ACT Fibernet being popular players in the market.

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