The set-top box is powered with Android TV, supports Google Assistant-based voice search, gives Google Play Store access, also gives you 30 days free trial of Tata Sky Binge.
Tata Sky has started a new Android-powered set-top box named Tata Sky Binge+ in India. The set-top box is valued in India at Rs. 5,999 and it gives a seamless experience of watching TV channels and entertainment apps on a single screen.
The set-top box is powered with Android TV, supports Google Assistant-based voice search, allows Google Play Store access, and gives you a 30-day free trial of the Tata Sky Binge subscription service.
This set-top box was flowed last month and has finally landed in the Indian market.
The new Tata Sky Binge+ Android TV set-top box is now listed on the company website, alongside the Tata Sky HD set-top box, and Tata Sky HD set-top box + recorder.
The new set-top box will compete with the likes of Airtel Xstream Box and Dish SMRT Hub, which are priced reasonably at Rs. 3,999 currently.
The Tata Sky Binge+ set-top box is priced at Rs. 5,999 and is available for new customers on the Tata Sky website. As part of the launch offer, the company is offering 30 days of a free trial of Tata Sky Binge with this set-top box.
After the free trial is over, the Tata Sky Binge service will be priced at Rs. 249 per month.
Coming to the specialties, the Tata Sky Binge+ set-top box comes with Google Assistant support for voice-enabled search via the remote.
It allows access to over 5,000 apps and games from Google Play Store, packs 2GB RAM, and offers 8GB internal storage as properly.
There’s a Catchup TV feature that allows you access TV content of up to the past 7 days. Users additionally have the choice to access live TV through the satellite or switch to OTT apps by joining the box to the Internet.
The Tata Sky Binge app becomes pre-installed, and it offers a slew of OTT premium apps to one price. This covers Hotstar, SunNXT, Eros Now, Zee5 and Hungama Play as well.
In addition to OTT platforms, Tata Sky Binge would allow subscribers with over 5,000 titles from the Tata Sky VOD library.