Airtel launches ‘Cyber Cafe’ data packs, offering Unlimited data for 1 hour at Rs 5

By May 22nd, 2016 AT 6:02 AM

After announcing extra data for night usage, telecom major Airtel has now launched ‘Cyber Cafe’ data pack for prepaid data customers across all circles . ‘Cyber Cafe’ pack is a new kind of offering from Airtel which will offer unlimited data on 2G network for 1 hour at only Rs 5.

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Currently Vodafone and Aircel are offering 10-20 mb 2G data at Rs 5.  Half of the regular data customers of Airtel are using 2G networks. So an unlimited data offering at only Rs 5 would be a great deal for those millions of customer’s. However in current scenario 2G speeds are slower.

To get the ‘Cyber Cafe’ pack; Airtel customers need to recharge the pack through 56565 ( toll-free) or one can get the pack activated through USSD code *121*8#.

Pack Benefits Price
Cyber Cafe 1 hour of Unlimited 2G Internet 5 Rs
  • Available to Airtel prepaid customers through USSD *121*8#

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Dear readers, do you think this offer from Airtel is a good offer, kindly share your views through comments.

Inputs: Jigar Patel..

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piyush

If 3g is already present then it deducts my 3g

Jamil

? ? people do not even mention that it’s 2G. This company needs to be tamed now by the very user of their services with a little help from TRAI & DoT.

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