Airtel Introduces New 4G Plans Starting at Rs. 450

By June 24th, 2013 AT 11:43 AM

Airtel today announced the introduction of all new plans for its Airtel 4G services in Bangalore, Kolkata, Pune and Chandigarh. Starting from monthly rent of Rs 450.

While the Rs.450, Rs.650 and Rs.750 Airtel 4G plans offer data quota (GBs) at rents similar to 3G plans at superfast 4G speeds – the plans starting Rs.999 offer accelerated data benefits at rate of Rs.100/GB.

New Airtel 4G plans
MRP (in Rs)
Bundled GBs
Entertainment Library
450
2
 
NA
650
3
750
4
999
10
 
·         Free access to Movies-on-Demand library
·         Free access to Games-on-Demand library
1299
12
1449
15
2049
25
2999
45
4799
80
 

Customers subscribing to Rs.999 and above plans will also be able to enjoy free access to an entertainment library of 1,000 movies and 100 games powered by BigFlix and indiagames. Check our hands on review of Airtel 4G

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It seems they are also revising 3G plans.

Check the link :

airtel.in/forme/wireless-internet/3g/tariff/pg_tariff

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