Entertaining the demand from customers of heavy-data usage and dealing with rivals such as Reliance Jio as well as Vodafone, Bharti Airtel has currently introduced an innovative new prepaid tariff which is worth Rs. 199 and includes a validity period of 28 days. The new Rs. 199 pack is provided days after Vodafone publicized their new tariff of the specific denomination.
Still, about the pack, Airtel is currently giving its prepaid users unlimited local and STD calls, unlimited incoming calls on roaming, unlimited local and national SMS, and 1GB of 3G/4G data daily for 28days at Rs. 199. Each one of these benefits are available to both current and new Airtel prepaid customers.
It happens to be worth mentioning at this point that the new Rs. 199 tariff is offered to mainly those in a particular circle including Chennai, Delhi NCR, Mumbai, and Karnataka. Furthermore, it is possible to purchase the package straight from telecom’s site that mentions all its benefits and also offers online recharge option.
Before this week, Vodafone unveiled its Rs. 199 prepaid pack with features like 1GB data daily with a validity of 28 days. The Pune-based telco additionally provided unlimited local and STD calls though with a restriction of 250 minutes daily and 1000 minutes weekly. If it happens that you exceed the limit, 30 paise per minute is going to be charged for subsequent calls from the subscriber. If compared to the recent pack by Airtel, the Rs. 199 pack by Vodafone is restricted to its Delhi NCR circle.
Along with the recent unlimited pack, Airtel has allegedly unveiled a pack of Rs. 157 which provides 3GB of 3G/4G data for 27 days. At this point, this pack hasn’t been listed on telecom’s site. Nevertheless, friends at Telecom Talk have noticed its availability via My Airtel app.
Airtel just happens to be offering 1GB data daily at Rs. 49 to enable its prepaid customers to obtain sufficient quota to stream online videos or download games or maybe whatever content from the internet.
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