Airtel launched unlimited data on cheap plans, bumper plans

Recently Reliance Jio launched four Freedom recharge plans. Where there will be no fixed limit of daily data. Needless to say, it was highly appreciated by the customers. This time Airtel is coming up with an unlimited data offer to compete with Jio.

Use as much data as you want throughout the day. There is no daily data limit. Airtel is offering such a bumper on recharge of Rs 456 prepaid plan. Unlimited calls to any end in any network condition. There is an opportunity to send 100 SMS per day.

The total validity of this recharge will be 60 days. And 50 GB data is being given. There is no limit on daily data usage in this plan. Customers will get some GB data on recharging with money but there is no such thing as daily limit.

Users will be able to access that data at any time of their choice. That is, the customer can use as much as he needs daily. The remaining data will be added the next day. Your unused data will be rejected only after the last validity expires.

There are different types of benefits. Suppose you watch a movie throughout the day. In other plans, you have to sit happily when your daily limit is reached. But there is no harm in this plan. Let’s say you never used 100 MBO again. In that case your unused data will not fail. This is not the end of the wonder. If you recharge this plan then you will get 1 month trial of Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition completely free. You will also get subscriptions to various Airtel apps like Airtel Xstream Premium, Wink Music. And if you have a car then you will get Rs. FASTag cashback of Rs.

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Article first Appeared on Informalnewz

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