Airtel Xstream AirFiber service launched in India, Wi-Fi will run on 64 devices simultaneously


Airtel has started 5G FWA (fixed-wireless access) service in India on Monday. This is the company’s Xstream AirFiber service, for which you get a plug-and-play device. Airtel is the first company in India to start this type of service. However, at present this service has gone live in only two circles of India. With this device, users will get 100Mbps high-speed internet access. At present, the company has introduced this plan with a subscription of 6 months. For this service, you have to download the Xstream AirFiber app on your smartphone, after which you will be able to access high-speed internet through this device. Let us know all the details related to this new 5G fixed wireless access service.

Airtel 5G FWA (Xstream AirFiber) service has been made live today in two circles of India, which are Delhi and Mumbai. As we said, Xstream AirFiber is a plug-and-play device of Airtel company, which provides indoor internet coverage to the users.

You can connect it with 64 devices at a time. Wi-Fi 6 connectivity is available in Airtel Xstream AirFiber. This device currently provides you internet at high-speed of 100Mbps. However, it is believed that in the coming time, the company can also include other options in it.

Airtel 5G FWA (Xstream AirFiber) plan

Talking about the plan, the company has launched the 100 Mbps Airtel Xstream AirFiber plan with a 6-month subscription plan. Its price is Rs 799 per month. However, the customers who take the direct 6-month subscription plan are being given a 7.5 percent discount. In this case, they will have to pay Rs 4,435 for this service. Apart from this, a security deposit of Rs 2500 will also have to be made for this service.

How to set up Airtel 5G FWA (Xstream AirFiber) service

Delhi and Mumbai customers will first need to visit an Airtel store to purchase the Xstream AirFiber device. After this, to start the Airtel 5G FWA (Xstream AirFiber) service, you must first download the Xstream AirFiber app on your smartphone. Then scan the QR code on the device in the app.

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