Airtel Offers 4GB Data Per Day For 28 Days For Rs 999

Airtel Offers 4GB Data Per Day For 28 Days For Rs 999

Following the suit, Airtel has now announced an offer with unlimited free voice calls and with 112GB 4G data per day in a pack of Rs 999. If you are Airtel user, you must have to know about Airtel Rs 999 Prepaid Plan.

The 4GB per day Internet plan was basically introduced by BSNL, when they launched the Chauka-444 plan in June this year. This offer validity is 28 days from the date of recharge. However, these new plans are valid only for select customers for now. So, the Airtel subscribers can grab the opportunity of getting 4 GB data per day at a cost of Rs. 999 only.

Alongside the Rs 999, Airtel has also unveiled several other plans.

The Rs. 499 plan offers 1.5GB data per day, while the Rs. 799 plan offers 3GB data per day for 28 days. Jio's offer, which is Rs 10 more more than Airtel's, comes with unlimited local and STD calls and SMS. It also offers unlimited free voice calls, unlimited SMSs and access to the assortment of Jio applications. The Rs. 349 plan gives 1GB data per day and unlimited voice calls for 28 days.

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Airtel has added a host of new offers as well.

Check whether you are eligible for Airtel new Prepaid Rs.999 Plan or not. Jio's Rs. 509 plan gives 112GB of data for 56 days i.e. 2GB data per day. Dubbed as "Bonus 30GB" offer is for the new postpaid customers. Calls made beyond this limit will be charged at 10p per minute for Airtel-to-Airtel calls, and 30p per minute for calls to other networks.

The new Airtel Bonus 30GB offer is available with all of the company's Unlimited series postpaid plans. Also, the Rs 349 pack gives a 20GB of data for the 56 days validity. As per retailers, users are requested to download MyAirtel app, and then checkout the plans visible in the app.

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