Airtel myPlan Infinity Postpaid Schemes: Everything You Need to Know [Video]

By June 5th, 2017 AT 10:27 AM

After the entrance of Reliance Jio in the Indian market, Bharti Airtel has undergone various changes. The Airtel prepaid customers are enjoying decent offers, and the company has made insane changes to the Airtel myPlan Infinity postpaid plans. Previously, the myPlan Infinity postpaid plans used to start from Rs. 549, but it’s now been modified and starts from Rs. 499.

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Operator:Airtel
Type of Plan:Infinity Postpaid Plans
Plan/Offer History: Initially announced in Aug 2015
Special Notes:*After multiple tweaks/revisions these plans are available to all the users in postpaid segment.

Airtel Infinity Postpaid Plan: Rs 499

Plan/Price (Per Bill Cycle)

in Rs.

499
Local + STD CallsYes
Roaming Incoming CallsYes
Roaming Outgoing CallsCharges*Apply
SMS (100 L+N per day)Yes
MusicYes
MoviesYes
3G/4G Internet5 GB
4G Internet
Device/ Other benefits 10 GB

The plans go all the way up to Rs. 2,999. There is a total of seven myPlan Infinity postpaid plans- Rs. 499, Rs. 649, Rs. 799, Rs. 1199, Rs. 1799, Rs. 1999, and Rs. 2,999. Except for the Rs. 499 scheme, all the other plans offer similar benefits separated by the data offering. Know more about all the Airtel myPlan Infinity postpaid plans by watching the video.

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