Airtel Offering Extra 15GB Data Per Month for Six Months With Motorola Moto X4 Smartphone

Airtel extends its handset bundling offer to Motorola Moto X4. The company has listed the newly announced Motorola smartphone on its website. Airtel is offering additional 15GB data every month with the Moto X4 smartphone, making the total data amount to 90GB under the offer.

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So, the customers purchasing the Moto X4 should insert their Airtel 4G SIM card on the smartphone. After inserting the SIM card, they should log in to the My Airtel application with the same Airtel number which they inserted on the smartphone. After logging in, there will be an option called ‘Claim Now,’ which the customer needs to click. After clicking the option, the monthly data benefit of 15GB will be added to your account.

Under the offer, the Airtel Moto X4 users will get additional 15GB data per month for six months. This offer is valid until May 31, 2018. Do make a note that the benefit is applicable for both prepaid and postpaid Airtel customers, but there’s a slight change.

If you’re a prepaid Airtel customer, you have to recharge the Rs. 349 open market plan from Airtel for six consecutive months to get the additional 15GB data benefit. The Rs. 349 plan of Airtel offers 1.5GB data per day and unlimited voice calls including national roaming calls for 28 days. That said, the additional 15GB data can be consumed on top of the daily 1.5GB data, and there’s no daily FUP with for the 15GB data though.

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And if you’re an Airtel postpaid customers, you should be on any of the Airtel myPlan Infinity plans of Rs. 499 and above to avail the 15GB data benefit. Sadly, the Rs. 399 Airtel myPlan Infinity plan doesn’t come with this offer.

Having said that, the procedure to claim the additional data is the same for both prepaid and postpaid users. The advantage of being an Airtel postpaid customer is that you can carry forward the unused 15GB additional data to the next month. Also, the offer is valid only for individual paid customers, and not for the corporate customers. Another point to note here is that the offer will be ceased if you change your SIM card from the Moto X4.

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Madhan Kumar C
Madhan Kumar C

@Srikapardhi: May I know why my comment regarding Jio-Xiaomi users getting 10GB free data vouchers was not posted???

tri_vis
tri_vis

Today I also received 10 GB data Voucher free validity 28 days. But after purchasing RN4 , I didn’t recharge My Jio Number. It’s due for renewal on 1st Dec.
I think at time of Diwali sale there was offer on RN4 JIo total 60 GB data will be free, but with some condition.

Raj
Raj

Not only RN4 even my RN3 I got 10 GB .
One month validity
Jio rocking

Prithvi
Prithvi

If its Airtel, there will most probably be a scr#w up. Just purchase the device separately from flipkart and don’t go for a locked phone, especially with Airtel. If you do choose this, be prepared to be disappointed with incompetent customer care support & plenty of headache. Go for Vodafone instead.

Nadeem
Nadeem

Its not going to a network locked device

Prithvi
Prithvi

Noted.

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