The telecom sector has seen a significant overhaul in terms of tariffs over the past couple of months. Almost all the leading telecom company has finally decided to let go of the tariff war that has been going on for the past so many years, and finally, try to become profitable. Bharti Airtel, one of the leading telcos of India, has also had to increase the tariff rates of its prepaid customers but has continuously been introducing new recharge plans to compensate for the price hike. The company has recently announced two new recharge plans (Rs 279 and Rs 379) for its prepaid customers. The plans are active and are running in all the circles of the country. Let’s have a look at the recently announced prepaid plans by Airtel, the prices, benefits, and the validity they come with.
Airtel Launches New Rs 279 and Rs 379 Prepaid Recharge Plans: Benefits, Validity
Starting things off with the Rs 279 prepaid plan by Airtel, the Rs 279 is more or less the Rs 249 prepaid plan the company introduced a little while ago, but there are certain differences. First up, the plan comes with 1.5GB of high-speed daily data, truly unlimited voice calls (to any network), 100 SMSes per day, all for 28 days. What’s different then? Well, the Rs 279 prepaid recharge plan comes with Rs 4 Lakh Term Life Insurance from HDFC Life. Not only that, but the plan also comes with a free four-week course on Shaw Academy, Wynk Music, Airtel Xstream App Premium subscription and Rs 100 cashback on FASTag. So, for an additional Rs 30, users get added benefits with the Rs 279 prepaid plan.
Coming to the Rs 379 prepaid recharge plan, the plan comes with 84 days of validity. As far as the data benefits of the plan are concerned, users get 6GB of data, 900 SMSes and truly unlimited voice calling for the entire validity period. Just like the Rs 279 recharge plan, the Rs 379 recharge plan also ships with a free four-week course on Shaw Academy, Wynk Music & Airtel Xstream App Premium subscription, and Rs 100 cashback on FASTag.
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