Airtel Revamps myPlan Infinity Postpaid Plans Yet Again to Offer Unlimited Roaming Calls at Rs 799

A new week and here are the new plans from the India’s largest telecom operator, Airtel. After concentrating heavily in providing offers for its prepaid customers, Bharti Airtel today revamped its myPlan Infinity postpaid plans yet again to stay in contention with the rivals.

Airtel Infinity Postpaid Plans

The plans now start from Rs. 499 from the previous Rs. 549 plan and there are not many changes to this scheme. It offers the same 3GB of data along with another 3GB of data for new 4G handset users, unlimited local and STD calls with free incoming roaming calls, and 100 local and national SMS per day for the monthly billing cycle.

However, the significant change Airtel implemented is with the Rs. 799 plan as it now offers unlimited outgoing roaming calls as well, which is a great thing to see. That said, the 4G data also has been increased to 6GB from the previous 5GB of data, and it also gives 100 local and national SMS per day.

All the other plans offer the same previous stuff, but they now come with extra 1GB of data. For example, the Rs. 1199 package previously used to offer 10GB of data, but the revamped plan offers 11GB of data along with 3GB additional data for new 4G handset users.

The maximum myPlan Infinity package of Rs. 2999 now offers 40GB of data along with 3GB additional 4G data for 4G handset users. With that said, Airtel is now in-line with the Vodafone and Idea Cellular postpaid offerings, and in fact, Airtel’s offerings are much better than the other two.

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Airtel myPlan Infinity Plans

Airtel already made the changes to all the plans and users can alter the plans at any time starting today. Airtel at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 event stated that the company would be scrapping the roaming charges from April 1, 2017.

Currently, there’s no information on how much the company will cost after completely removing the roaming charges. For prepaid users, the operator introduced a new plan of Rs. 345 that offers 1GB of daily data, unlimited calling for 28 days to compete with the Reliance JioPrime membership plan.

What do you think of these changes from Airtel? We certainly liked the Rs. 799 myPlan Infinity scheme. What’s your preferred plan? Let us known in the comments space below.

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Gowri Shankar
Gowri Shankar

Last month only I bought Airtel Postpaid . It is possible to port out from Airtel to Jio.

Harshil
Harshil

No , u at least have to stay in a network for 90 days

Kaushik
Kaushik

Had a little discussion with regional executives of Vodafone, Idea and Rcom about these offers. They said that Airtel, idea and Vodafone have launched these schemes to prevent mass port out before March 31, and these schemes will run through April at the best. In the long run, competitors are only looking to try competing with non-Prime Jio plans and will not continue competing with Prime. Hence, my advice to all TT readers is that these offers will run only for 1 month. Be very careful whom you select. Airtel is not interested in retaining customers who pay less than… Read more »

Jagannath
Jagannath

+1

Esmail

The way I see it, Jio is only creating urgency with the prime subscription up to 31st March and the competitors are being short sighted if they feel Jio will stop offering prime for new subscribers after March. Jio may offer prime annual subscription for 199 from April to September, 299 from October to December and so on, till they reach like 499 which becomes sustainable and yet work out to be only Rs.42 a month which would still make it appealing over non prime offers. Even Amazon India offers annual prime subscription for 499 and it has found good… Read more »

Kaushik
Kaushik

I saw a LOT of marketing materials from voda/idea/rcom comparing current schemes to non Prime plans but not even one presentation that talked about prime. I think that these operators feel Prime tariffs are unsustainable. Let’s wait and watch.

Nikhil
Nikhil

I see death of Idea-vodafone and Rcom-Aircel-Tata-Mts by 2020 or even before…..

Tarun

Possible hai .. !

Esmail

I see Idea-Voda merged entity to hold not more than 15-20% of revenue market share by 2020. Also I see Jio acquiring the Rcom-Aircel-Tata-MTS merged entity if the intra band 50% spectrum holding cap is removed by DoT along with refarming of spectrum in 2300 MHz band which would add to the overall available pool of spectrum enabling them to stay within the 25% overall spectrum holding limits in all circles, they wont be breaching any revenue market share or subscriber caps.

Rohaan Mishra
Rohaan Mishra

+1

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