After launching myPlan Infinity for postpaid subscribers with data benefits and unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls, Airtel has now launched a new promotional rewards for its broadband subscribers too. Called myHome Rewards, the promotional offer gives free additional data benefits to broadband users with Airtel postpaid and digital TV (DTH) connection. Also Read - Sardar Udham released on Amazon Prime Video: How to watch online for freeAlso Read - CSK vs KKR IPL 2021 final match livestream today at 7:30PM: How to watch live for free online
The offer can be availed by Airtel broadband customers on their new and existing Airtel connections. The working of this offer is pretty simple — if you own an Airtel postpaid connection, Airtel will give you free 5GB extra data on your broadband connection. Similarly, if you own two Airtel postpaid connections in your family and one digital TV (DTH) connection, you will be entitled to get free 15GB of extra data per month on your broadband connection. Also Read - Airtel announces Rs 6,000 cashback offer if you buy a smartphone, free one-time screen replacement
To avail the offer, Airtel broadband users can download the myAirtel app on their smartphone, or visit airtel.in/myhome to register their connections and claim their myHome Rewards. It is a continuation of last year s Airtel Surprises with free data benefits. However, Airtel hasn t mentioned anything about the validity period of this scheme.
According to statistics provided by TRAI, Airtel had 1.79 million wired broadband subscribers at the end of May 2016, which is second largest after the 9.89 million subscribers BSNL had during the same period. Airtel has been aggressively giving more add-ons to its subscribers. Last year, the company slashed the activation prices by up to 30 percent for new subscribers. Airtel had also launched a campaign called Broadband Surprises under which it was offering customers with additional data or speed upgrades at no extra cost.
Airtel is also offering broadband subscribers with maximum speeds up to 16Mbps, with the only the capping on the data volume that they consume. So, if the network feasibility in your area node allows for 16Mbps, you can get those speeds, irrespective of whether your broadband plan is of 4Mbps or 8Mbps.