Airtel on Wednesday announced its high-speed broadband internet service - Airtel Xstream Fibre. The launch came in less than a week after Jio announced the commercial availability of JioFiber, on September 5. Airtel Xtreme Fibre, along with its 1 Gbps broadband connection, wants to compete with JioFiber. Earlier this month, Airtel announced Airtel Xstream smart stick and video streaming for users. Airtel, being one of the largest broadband internet service providers, has a presence in 100 cities across the country. We tell you everything necessary that you might want to know
Airtel Xstream Fibre will be available to homes, small commercial and home offices starting today. Right now, it will be available in Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Indore, Jaipur and Ahmedabad. But Airtel also plans to make the Xstreme Fibre broadband service available in more markets in coming months. Airtel Xtreme Fibre unlimited broadband internet is priced at Rs 3,999 per month. Apart from data benefit, it also provides users to one-year complimentary access to Amazon Prime and premium content on ZEE5 and Airtel Xstreme app.
Airtel Xstream offers a wide range of content catalogues including TV channels, movies and shows in English, Hindi and multiple Indian languages. Airtel Xstreme also provides access to songs and other popular streaming apps. You can access Airtel Xstreme on the range of devices, including TV, PC, and smartphones. Recently, Airtel announced its digital entertainment platform Xstreme in India. Airtel Xstream device portfolio includes OTT smart stick and 4K Hybrid Smart Box based on Android.
"With the growing proliferation of 4K HD content, high end online gaming and IoT, we have introduced the 1Gbps Airtel Xstream Fibre for connected homes and premises where multiple users and devices are online concurrently. Along with Airtel Xstream devices and applications our latest Fibre offering will deliver end-to-end experience to customers with blazing fast speeds and all the content you need on a single platform," said Sameer Batra, CEO - Broadband, Bharti Airtel.