Aircel Launches ‘Data on Demand’ in West Bengal Offering 10GB of Data at Just Rs. 98 for Eight Days

Aircel, one of the leading telecom brands in the country has come up with a new scheme for the users in Kolkata, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha and North East & Assam. Aircel announced a new ‘Data on Demand’ scheme in the areas mentioned above, which as per the company will allow customers to consume data as per their convenience of time and offers significant control over to the users for their data consumption.


The new data packs, launched under the unique concept, will provide free data for an hour every day. Customers will also have the option of getting an additional 1GB of data for an hour at a super discounted rate of Rs.9 only. This pack is aimed at customers who use over 1GB of data daily.

Under the new ‘Data on Demand’ scheme, Aircel has unveiled two new plans of Rs. 65 and Rs. 98. On the recharge of Rs. 65, customers will get 1GB of 3G data with a validity of 4 days. Over and above this offering, customers will get On-Demand 1GB of 3G data for an hour a day for 4 days, effectively offering 5GB of 3G data. Customers need to dial the USSD string *121*62# to activate the data per day offer.

With the recharge of Rs. 98, customers will get 2GB of 3G data with a validity of eight days. Additionally, customers need to dial in the USSD *121*62# to get On-Demand 1GB of 3G data for an hour a day for eight days, effectively offering 10GB of 3G data.

Both the packs will offer customers the option of getting the additional 1GB of 3G data for an hour at just Rs. 9. Customers can take an unlimited number of discounted packs within the validity of the main pack by dialling in the USSD *121*69#. The customers will have to dial the USSD string to activate and use the extra data for 1 free hour/day.

Commenting on the launch of special data packs, Anil Gupta, Regional Manager – East, Aircel, said, “At Aircel, we always strive to bring innovative products and services for our customers which decipher their needs and understand the finer nuances of their mobile experience. Data usage has increased exponentially across all customer segments, especially with students and working professionals spending more hours on their smartphones for video streaming, download movies, music & games, chatting and social networking. Since they are consuming great volumes of data they need plans which give them the flexibility to use, stream or download content as per their convenience. ‘Data on Demand’ packs have been designed with the thought of giving the freedom of choice to our customers to decide the time they need to consume data at the most affordable and economical cost.”

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Akil Ydav
Akil Ydav

its a special recharge 4 select customers who consume loads of dats on their network

Akil Ydav
Akil Ydav

RCom now offers 1 GB 3G/day for 28 days data for 98 rupees.


They can give you this much data in RC10 also. But they know how to recover money from consumer (false deduction from core balance). Cheap company who never keep their promises…


Yes, don’t believe on Rcom….. Offers
Airtel idea voda were ok
Jio best in class

Adithya Vardhan
Adithya Vardhan

I am using that offer. Coverage and speeds are same as jio.

The only problem is it will eat your main balance once you complete 1 gb data of that day.

If you use 1925 service and STOP data service, the whole internet goes disconnected.

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