Airtel Launches New Postpaid Plan with Pay Per Second Tariff

By November 6th, 2009 AT 5:50 PM

Airtel PAY PER SECOND PLAN in DetailsIndia’s largest cellular operator Bharti Airtel soon after launching pay per second under prepaid has launched the pay per second tariff in their postpaid services dubbed as “Airtel Freedom 249”. The tariff is available throughout the nation under the specified scheme only.

The details of the plan are as follows:

Airtel Freedom 249.

Call Charges – Local
A2A – 1p/sec
A2M – 1.2p/sec
A2L – 1.2p/secCall Charges – STD
A2A – 1p/sec
A2M – 1.2p/sec
A2L – 1.2p/sec

SMS Charges (Per SMS)
Local SMS – 50 paise
National SMS – 60 Paise
International SMS – Rs. 5

Other call charges such as ILD/Roaming will continue at current tariff and per minute pulse.

Along with this Airtel is also providing some freebies with this rental plan.
Free Minutes – 10500 sec/month to any Local Network.
Free SMS – 150 Local/month to any phone.

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neeraj trehan

Ilike this plan iwant it

neeraj trehan
neeraj trehan

Nice plain I do not under stand plain ( like this plain ) please tell 249 plan in second

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