Aircel Counters Reliance Jio by Offering 5GB 3G/2G Data and Unlimited Voice Calls With its Rs. 146 Plan

By November 9th, 2017 AT 5:06 PM

Telecom operator Aircel today announced its partnership with e-commerce portal Amazon India and also launched a new tariff plan of Rs. 148 which offers both data and voice calling benefits. Aircel customers recharging on Amazon India website using Amazon Pay balance will get a flat cashback of Rs. 75 on select Aircel unlimited plans.


And the second tariff plan is aimed at Reliance Jio’s Rs. 149 tariff plan. The Rs. 148 tariff plan from Aircel offers unlimited voice calls and 5GB 3G/2G data for 28 days. That said, this offer is valid only on Aircel mobile application.

This offer is valid for all Aircel subscribers, and the company has stated on its website that the unlimited voice calls are capped at 200 minutes per day, 1000 minutes per week, and 3000 minutes per month. Having said, this offer is applicable on a pan-India basis and caters to Aircel’s unlimited plans category.

Speaking on the launch of the offerings, Anupam Vasudev, Chief Marketing Officer from Aircel said, “Aircel continuing with its credo of “do a little extra” is delighted to partner with Amazon Pay for creating greater value for its customers. We want to pitch Aircel Mobile App and Amazon as the best recharge and service destination for Aircel consumers and are confident that these value-loaded offerings on Aircel App and Amazon Pay are not only going to delight our customers but also tip the scale for the fence-sitters to adopt and embrace the convenience of digital payments, available on their phones.”


Commenting on the partnership, Sriram Jagannathan, Vice President Amazon Payments, said: “We continuously seek to enhance our customer’s payment experience across their most frequent payment needs. Amazon has built a superior payments experience for millions of customers in India and we want to provide similar great experience to customers wherever they shop online. We are happy to partner with Aircel to extend the trusted and convenient Amazon Pay experience for customers on their preferred telecom service provider.”

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Aircel 3g works on RCom network in Mumbai.What after RCom shuts it down?


Enjoy Aircel 2G. Possibly they will tie up with Vodafone if they have spare cash. Else, bye bye. I also read somewhere that Aircel will scale down and exit Mumbai.


Any idea by when?


Next financial year from sources.


Amazon pay is not properly giving the cash back, I did a recharge for my Jio with a cash back of 99 , but still waiting for the same.


Wait 1 week…before read T.C mentioned

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