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Airtel Offers Rs 499 Infinity Data Plan with 20GB data & Unlimited Calling Per Month

On Wednesday, India’s leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel announced about its revised Infinity postpaid data plan under which it is offering 20GB of data and unlimited local and national calls along with free incoming and outgoing roaming at Rs 499 per month. Airtel said that this revised plan comes with Airtel Secure device protection plan free of cost. Under the Airtel Secure device plan, the user gets protection against physical damage and malware from Airtel.

Besides this, the subscribers will get free Wynk Music and Airtel TV subscription as well. The postpaid customers will also get the ‘data rollover’ feature offered by Airtel under which the users can accumulate 200GB of data that will automatically forwarded to the next month billing cycle with the rollover option. The customers can check their data usage and balance through MyAirtel App.

Airtel has launched the Rs 448 plan for its prepaid users in which it is offering 70GB data, unlimited local and national calls and free outgoing and national roaming. This tariff plan is available for all the prepaid users across the country and that also on any 4G/3G/2G devices. The customers who wish to activate this pack can visit any Airtel retail outlet or can do it through the MyAirtel App.

Ajai Puri, COO (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel said, “These new innovations are in line with our endeavour to bring great value to customers backed by best-in-class network experience. It will allow customers to do more with their devices on India’s leading smartphone network and always stay connected.”

It may be noted that Bharti Airtel’s arch Rival Reliance Jio had also revised its tariff plan last month under its Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer which is offering 20GB of data and unlimited local, national and roaming calls at Rs 409 per month. With such competition going on amongst telecom operators i the market, one will have to choose the best plan suitable as per the need.

 

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