Aircel has announced new plans as part of its efforts to compete with the price cuts from the rivals Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio. A new Rs 78 and Rs 88 prepaid plans meant for existing, and new customers charge users 20 paise per minute for calls. Also, the company rolled out unlimited plans starting at Rs 178 and Rs 199 to bolster its presence. Aircel announced these plans for its subscribers in Mumbai region.
“Our customers’ needs are paramount to us. It is always our constant endeavour to offer the best propositions to them, and towards this our latest unmatched Unlimited and 20p per minute propositions are designed,” Neeraj Singh, Aircel Mumbai’s Circle Head said.
Here all you need to know about these great offers from Aircel:
Aircel Rs 78 Plan
The Rs 78 recharge plan offers 20 paise per minute local/STD calls for a period of 1 year. The recharge plan is for existing Aircel subscribers.
Aircel Rs 88 Plan
Aircel’s Rs 88 plan is a promo offer for new customers, and customers get Rs 70 Talk Time with the recharge. The combo plan offers unlimited 20 paise per minute local and STD calls with the validity of one year. Moreover, it comes with 2GB 2G data per month, which is limited to first six months only.
Aircel Rs 178 Plan
Yet again meant for new subscribers, Aircel Rs 178 plan free voice calling for both local & STD calls for a period of 28 days. Bundled along is unlimited data plan which however is only limited to 2G speed.
Aircel 199 Plan
Aircel’s Rs 199 recharge pack offers the same options as the 178 plan, but it is meant for existing customers. There is Unlimited local/STD calling with unlimited 2G data for a period of 28 days.
While Aircel recharge plans are probably a great benefit for their customers who are based on the 2G mobile network. Other telecom players such as Jio and Airtel have focused on the high-speed data and calls for their 3G/4G networks. Still, Aircel users have a distinct advantage with the plan as the 2G offers much better-calling experience as the 3G/4G networks are experiencing high calls drops due to the overburdened network.