After Jio’s Independence Offer, competitor telecom operator Bharti Airtel has launched two new prepaid plans for its users. These newly announced plans are introduced at a price of Rs 519 and Rs 779 in India. Both the plans offer unlimited voice calling, 1.5GB of data per day and 100 free SMS every day and more. Notably, these plans are now live on the Airtel website and Airtel Thanks App. Also Read - PM Modi to launch 5G services in India during India Mobile Congress: Check details
Airtel launches two new prepaid plans
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The newly launched Rs 519 Airtel prepaid plan offers 1.5GB daily data, unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per day. This plan offers a total of 90GB of data, once the daily data limit is reached the data speed will drop to 64 Kbps. It comes with a validity of 60 days. Also Read - 5G is coming to India. Will Jio be able to lead the market once again?
Additionally, it offers Airtel Thanks benefits including free Apollo 24|7 Circle, Hellotunes, Wynk Music, and Rs 100 cashback on FASTag.
Rs 779 Airtel prepaid plan
This Airtel prepaid plan is priced at Rs 779 in India and offers 135GB of total data. It comes with 1.5GB daily data, 100 SMS per day and unlimited voice calling. It has a validity of 90 days. Just like the other plan, it also comes with Airtel Thanks benefits like free Apollo 24|7 Circle, Hellotunes, Wynk Music, and Rs 100 cashback on FASTag.
As mentioned earlier, Airtel users can recharge with these plans by going to the Airtel website or Airtel Thanks app.
For the unversed, Airtel has claimed to rollout 5G network for 5,000 towns pan India, with an aim to achieve a pan-India rollout by March 2024. “We intend to launch 5G starting in August and extend to a pan-India rollout very soon. By March 2024 we believe we will be able to cover every town and key rural areas as well with 5G. In fact detailed network rollout plans for 5000 towns in India are completely in place,” Gopal Vittal, MD Airtel said.