Tata Sky is one of the oldest and most trusted DTH providers in India which is now looking to newer subscribers by offering attractive discounts as well as to existing customers for referring new ones. The provider has been running an introductory offer for new subscribers since Diwali, which has now been extended.
As part of the Diwali Festive Offer, new users coming onboard Tata Sky can avail a discount of up to 42% off on their purchase of the first Tata Sky connection. Under this offer, new subscribers will be able to get a new connection including HD Monthly ultra pack for Rs 1,690.
Since this pack is usually available for Rs 2,935, this translates to a saving of Rs 1,245 or 42% discount on the price. The plan includes 241 standard definition and 55 HD channels for a month as well as two complementary regional packs. Users can also watch live TV om a maximum of two devices using the Tata Sky app.
To avail this offer, you can either give a missed call on 07411774117 or book a new connection online by visiting this page. The offer can also be availed if you pay via cash on delivery.
Alternatively, if an existing Tata Sky user invites a new customer onboard, both of the parties will get rewarded. While the existing user gets Rs 300 as a referral bonus, the new user will get the first month’s subscription for free.
The benefits apply many different plans and lead to discounts ranging from Rs 199 to Rs 735. Please note that these offers are valid throughout the northern, western, and eastern parts of India while separate benefits are valid for users in South India. In South India – including the states of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Pudducherry, the minimum benefit is Rs 415 per month for a new user. You can refer others to Tata Sky by visiting this page.
However, if you think these tariffs are higher than what you might like to spend, TRAI has called for a reform in terms of the pricing of DTH subscriptions and you might soon be able to handpick only the channels which you watch, in order to pay for channels selectively.