Chromecast is a dongle shaped device that enables us to enjoy online movies and music on your Television. We can plug it into and HDTV and can control the television with a smartphon, tablet and even the laptop.
Rajan Anandan, VP and Managing Director, Google India tweeted to inform about the launch of Chromecast in India.
#Chromecast launch in India on #GOSF2014. Excited to partner with @airtelindia @snapdeal @googleindia @GOSF2014. Rs 2999. Hurry!
— Rajan Anandan (@RajanAnandan) December 9, 2014
There could not have been a better occasion to launch the Chromecast as this is the third edition of Goole’s Great online shopping festival.
To lure the customers at the launch itself, Google is offering upto 60GB data free with every Chromecast purchase after their tie up with airtel. The free data will only be available for existing Airtel Broadband customers.
Snapdeal is also not lacking behind in terms of the offers to customers. Snapdeal is giving a two months free subscription of Eros Now Premium content which is again available ony for existing Eros Now Premium subscribers.
To use the Chromecast, the required internet speed is 2mbps, so, Snapdeal suggests to test your internet Speed to make sure if the wifi connection or boroadband set up supports the Chromecast.