Now Airtel customers purchasing Samsung Galaxy J series mobile device, can enjoy 10 GB Airtel 4G data at the price of 1GB data.

By August 19th, 2016 AT 4:21 PM

Airtel, today announced that customers purchasing Samsung Galaxy J series mobile device, can enjoy 10 GB Airtel 4G data at the price of 1GB 4G data.

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Available with most of the Samsung Galaxy J series devices, under the offer, new and existing Airtel prepaid users can avail 10GB of 4G data at a nominal cost of Rs. 250. To claim the offer, customers will simply have log on to www.offers.airtel.com from their new Samsung J series devices using Airtel mobile internet (not Wi-fi) and follow instructions. Users can also visit their nearest Airtel Retail outlets to upgrade to Airtel 4G and activate the offer.

Commenting on the newly launched offer, Mr. Ajai Puri, Director – Market Operations, Bharti Airtel, said, “We are delighted to extend our association with the popular Samsung J series. We believe this partnership will help customers enjoy best-in-class smartphone experience on Airtel’s 4G network.”

Airtel had previously introduced bundled Double Data offerings with top industry players like Apple, Xiaomi, Micromax, Intex and Lava as well. Users can visit www.airtel.in/handset-offers to avail active offers.

*For non 4G markets– Samsung Galaxy J device users can avail 10GB 3G Airtel Data @ Rs. 250 (1GB 3G data + 9 GB night 3G data)

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