Airtel To offer 5GB of free 4G data for Samsung S5 4G LTE (G900I)

By August 8th, 2014 AT 12:29 AM

Indian operators are ramping up the spread of 4G networks throughout India. Airtel is going one step ahead by offering free 4G data for the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S5 4G LTE (G900I) in India. According to our sources, says Airtel will be offering 5GB of free 4G data per month for 2 months to all the Samsung S5 4G LTE (G9000I) users in India, though, there is no official confirmation from Airtel yet. We would advise you to check with Airtel customer care before opting into the 4G plans which are described below.

airtel-logoOffers For Samsung Galaxy S5 4G LTE (G900I)

  1. Postpaid Offer: 5 GB 4G data per month for 2 months on special 4G data packs / boosters.
  2. Prepaid Offer: 5 GB 4G data per month for 2 months.

Process to activate 4G LTE on Samsung Galaxy S5 4G LTE (G900I) for Postpaid Users

  1. Insert special Airtel 4G SIM (USIM) into your new Samsung S5 4G LTE (G900I)
  2. Choose special 4G data plans (boosters for myPlan) amongst Rs 450, Rs 650, Rs 999
  3. After plan change, SMS GET4G to 51619 to claim the offer
  4. Offer will be activated within 48 hours of receiving the SMS request

Process to activate 4G LTE on Samsung Galaxy S5 4G LTE (G900I) for Postpaid Users

  1. Insert special Airtel 4G SIM (USIM) into your new Samsung S5 4G LTE (G900I)
  2. Benefit will be automatically provisioned from the backend within 4 hours

Terms & Conditions

  1. These offer are available  only in Bengaluru, Kolkata and Punjab (Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Patiala, Kapurthala, Hoshiarpur, Phagwada).
  2. Plan change can be done at nearest Airtel store or through the call centre.
  3. New customers have to first activate their 4G SIM before inserting it and using it.
  4. Offer not applicable on corporate connections.
  5. Post usage of free data VBC charges may apply
  6. Offer valid till 31st October’14.

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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Darshan
Darshan

According to official website of samsung india S5 doesnt support TDD-LTE 2300mhz band
So how can airtel offer 4G benifits over this device
See the link and open specs\
samsungindiaestore.com/products/Mobiles/Galaxy__S5_-LTE_SM-G900IZKA

Rama
Rama

*Mostly its a error from the people at Samsung. If the device does not support LTE at 2300 mhz band then how will airtel be able to provide bundled 4G offers. It should support 4G at 2300 mhz band otherwise no use of it even launching in India.

abhishek mohan
abhishek mohan

It definately supports 2300mhz band of airtel4g. I have been using it.Its really not that great similar to 3g at time faster.

Samarth Singh
Samarth Singh

It might be a mistake. Because on the internet, I see that people are saying that S5 is supporting 4G of Airtel on 10 mbps speed. One guy got it for Rs. 43,500 from Airtel store.

Also, on news sites like telecomtalk.info , it seems the indian version will actually support 2300 and the upcoming 1800 too.

Darshan
Darshan

Htc One E8 finally on flipkart though dont support 4G LTE 2300mhz band

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