Aircel launches ‘Unlimited Internet at 9’ daily data pack

By March 22nd, 2016 AT 3:59 PM

To attract data hungry customers, Maxis owned Indian telecom operator, Aircel has launched a new ‘Unlimited Internet @ 9’ daily pack for their customers across all circles.

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Aircel has always been a front runner to introduce different packs such as unlimited data, SMS, calling, etc. Their ‘PocketInternet’ card was one among those packs. After a long period they have re-introduced the same kind of pack by offering unlimited data for one day at only Rs 9/-.

To get the benefit, Aircel customers can recharge with Rs 9 through dialing USSD self care *121*969#. Post successful recharge, one can enjoy unlimited 3G /2G on his mobile. However, the pack has an FUP limit of 50 MB post which speed would be reduced to 64 kbps.

Details of Aircel’s ‘Unlimited Internet @ 9’
PriceRs 9
BenefitsUnlimited Internet for 1 Day , FUP 50 MB 3G/2G ; then speed @ 64 kbps
Activation KeyUSSD – *121*969#

Smaller companies like Aircel are witnessing double-digit data growth and fighting too hard to add more customers to their network. They have also added thousands of new BTS to strengthen their 3G presence across 3G circles.

Dear readers, do you think such kind of offers can benefit Aircel and customers to compete with other players in the telecom space. Share your views with us in the comments section.

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