Bharti Airtel in a move to take on Jio’s latest postpaid plans has bought the Rs 399 postpaid plan back for all the users. As per the report, this postpaid plan was earlier available only for selected circles, but this time the company has rolled out the plan on a pan-India basis. The company has introduced the postpaid plan after the launch of the Reliance JioPostpaid Plus.
Airtel Rs 399 Postpaid Plan
The Airtel Rs 399 postpaid plan comes with a data limit of 40GB data with 3G and 4G speed along with unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day. The postpaid plan also comes with a free subscription of Airtel Xstream Premium for one year, along with free Wynk Music and Shaw Academy membership. Airtel subscribers will also get Rs 150 cashback on FastTag transactions and free Hellotunes.
According to the Telecom Talk report the post plan was spotted in Tamil Nadu, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh circles. The postpaid users have spotted the Rs 399 plan on Airtel Thanks app. The report also added that users are unable to get the option of adding an extra connection with the postpaid plan.
Just to recall the Jiopostpaid Rs 399 comes with free subscription for online video content apps like Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar. The postpaid plan also offers up to 500GB data rollover feature, along with free international calls to the United States and UAE. Jio has also introduced a series of offers which allow users to take advantage of in-flight connectivity.
Airtel also has the Rs 499 postpaid plan which offers unlimited local, national, and roaming voice calls with 100 SMS per day. It also offers 75GB data per month with 200GB Rollover limit. Besides, the postpaid plan offers free Amazon Prime 1 Year Subscription, ZEE5 Shows and Movies, Airtel Xstream App, Wynk Premium, and Juggernaut Books.