Airtel’s All-New High Data Plan of Rs. 3,999 Offers 300GB Data, Unlimited Voice Calls, and 100 SMS Per Day for 360 Days

Airtel is on a roll at the moment. The leading telecom operator has revised most of its popular tariff plans ranging from Rs. 199 to Rs. 799. Also, the operator has introduced a high-data and validity plan of Rs. 3,999 that gives benefits for one year.

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Take a look at all the changes and new plans introduced by Bharti Airtel:

1) New Plan of Rs. 3,999

Airtel has silently introduced a new tariff plan of Rs. 3,999 which gives benefits for 360 days. Yes, you heard it right. This high-data plan from Airtel is valid for one year, and it gives unlimited voice calls including outgoing roaming calls. It also offers 100 SMS per day, and 300GB data without any daily FUP.

2) New Plan of Rs. 1,999

Airtel has introduced a new tariff plan of Rs. 1,999 which gives benefits for 180 days. Yes, you heard it right. This high-data plan from Airtel is valid for 180 days, and it gives unlimited voice calls including outgoing roaming calls. It also offers 100 SMS per day, and 125GB data without any daily FUP.

3) New Plan of Rs. 999 Plan

Airtel has silently introduced a new tariff plan of Rs. 999 which gives benefits for 90 days. This high-data plan from Airtel is valid for 3 months, and it gives unlimited voice calls including outgoing roaming calls. It also offers 100 SMS per day, and 60GB data without any daily FUP.

4) New Plan of Rs. 799 Plan

Well, here’s one more plan from Airtel to compete with Reliance Jio, and yeah, with better benefits than Jio’s plan. The Rs. 799 plan from Airtel offers 3.5GB data per day when compared to Jio’s 3GB data per day for 28 days. This plan also gives unlimited voice calls including unlimited roaming calls and 100 SMS per day for 28 days.

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Revision to Rs. 549 and Rs. 349 Plans

Airtel also revised the popular Rs. 549 and Rs. 349 tariff plans with better data offering. The Rs. 549 plan now gives 2.5GB data per day, compared to 2GB data per day earlier, whereas the Rs. 349 plan gives 1.5GB data per day, compared to 1GB data earlier.

Both the plans offer unlimited voice including roaming outgoing calls and also 100 SMS per day for the validity period.

STV Combo 199 Revision

Lastly, the existing entry-level Rs. 199 tariff plan has revised as well. It now offers 100 SMS per day, alongside the normal 1GB data and unlimited local and STD calls for 28 days.

FRC 181 Revision

And the FRC 181 plan also got a revision and it now offers 100 SMS per day for 28 days. The FRC 181 plan earlier offered unlimited voice calls (local and STD) and 1GB 3G/4G data for 28 days, but it did not offer any SMS benefits earlier.

Airtel also offering a Rs. 448 tariff plan that offers 1GB data per day and unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day for 70 days.

Note: Please check for the eligibility of these plans by heading over to My Airtel application or contact customer care support.

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Should You Recharge the Airtel’s Rs. 3,999 Yearly Plan or Go With a Monthly Plan of Rs. 349?NikhilPallab-WBGirish GowdaVed Recent comment authors
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[…] Bharti Airtel has rolled out a new Rs. 3999 prepaid recharge plan offering year-long validity of unl…. India’s largest telecom operator seeks to corner Jio’s disruptive practices with its new plan. The company has also revamped some of its existing plans including the monthly Rs. 349 plan which offers unlimited calls and data for 28 days. […]

Pallab-Kolkata
Pallab-Kolkata

Can Anyone please explain in layman’s term what this Carrier Aggregation means.

Atheist 4G
Atheist 4G

Using 2 bands at once. For example Jio has Band 3 (1800mhz), 5 (850mhz) and 40 (2300mhz) in India. Usually a phone without CA latches to only 1 of the band at a time. Maybe Band 5 when you are indoor because it has good coverage but lower speed. Or band 40 when outdoors because it has lesser coverafe for indoors but best speeds. Phones with CA latch to both. Using speeds of both combined as well as slightly better indoor coverage without losing much speed.

Pallab-WB
Pallab-WB

Thanks for explaining.

Sunny | Lucknow
Sunny | Lucknow

Merging the bandwidth of two or three separate bands to provide much higher speeds. Your phone can actually be latched to two or three bands at the same time.

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