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Google has recently launched Google Home and Google Mini in India. ACT Fibernet has announced its partnership with Google to support its Google Home smart speakers with fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) connectivity. As part of this, ACT Fibernet will offer a bundle of special plans for its customers.
Speaking on the partnership, Ravi Karthik, Head of Marketing, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd, said: “Google is a brand known to all and we are thrilled to partner with them as fiber broadband partner for their Google Home series of products. We will work with Google to take this next-gen technology to the homes of our customers providing them with rewarding offers for easy adoption.”
Suresh Vedula, Head – Google India Consumer Hardware Partnerships added, “We are very happy to partner with ACT Fibernet as we launch Google Home in India. Powered by the smart and convenience of the Google Assistant, Google Home is the perfect companion for finding answers, getting things done around the house, and controlling your smart devices, all hands-free. Reliable and high-speed Internet connectivity is the bedrock of this experience, which makes ACT Fibernet the perfect partner for helping enable the smart home vision.”
ACT Fibernet has also introduced exciting special plans and offers for all its existing and new customers across Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Delhi, and Chennai. Customers subscribing to respective plans will receive complimentary Google Home Mini delivered at their doorstep.
In Delhi, ACT Fibernet has launched a special Platinum promo plan where customers subscribing to this plan can enjoy 150 Mbps broadband speed at Rs 999 only and get a complimentary Google Home Mini.
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