While popular service providers like Jio and BSNL offer broadband packages with added benefits of OTT and more, some of the lesser-known ISPs such as Alliance Broadband offer packages that aren’t all that different. Alliance Broadband also bundles OTT subscriptions with its packs completely free of charge. While there are several ISP-offered plans with OTT access, below are a few Alliance broadband plans that offer great value.
Alliance of broadband packages with OTT
Alliance Broadband offers a 100 Mbps plan called ENTRY which is the most basic plan in its portfolio. The ENTRY plan offers 100 Mbps of connectivity speed at a price of Rs 700 per month. The bundle includes three months access to Amazon Prime as well as other OTT platforms such as Eros Now, Zee5 Premium, Sony LIV and more. Users can also pay fees for six months in advance with this plan.
Alliance offers a 150 Mbps broadband package called “Cruise”. Users can get the ‘cruise pack’ which offers 150 Mbps speed at a price of Rs 1,000 per month. The ISP offers truly unlimited broadband plans and no data caps are imposed. However, with the 150 Mbps plan, users must pay the charges for six months upfront. Additionally, Alliance Broadband’s 150 Mbps plan includes access to Amazon Prime for three months as well as other OTT platforms such as Eros Now, Zee5 Premium, Sony LIV and more.
The service provider also offers a 400 Mbps broadband plan called Flash+. The ISP Flash+ bundle is priced at Rs 2,600 per month and offers a connectivity speed of 400 Mbps. Users get Amazon Prime for free with this plan with a monthly top-up. Other OTT subscriptions associated with this plan include Eros Now, Zee5 Premium, Sony LIV and more.
Finally, Alliance Broadband offers a 1 Gbps plan called GIGABLAST. The ISP’s GIGABLAST pack has a monthly cost of Rs 7,000 and offers a speed of 1024 Mbps. Just like the plan above, users get Amazon Prime for free with this plan with a monthly top-up. Other OTT subscriptions added include Eros Now, Zee5 Premium, Sony LIV and more. It should be noted that all these plans are based on the city of Kolkata and may differ elsewhere in the country.