Airtel to launch Something Similar to “MyPlan” for Prepaid Customers ?

By June 26th, 2014 AT 12:55 PM

Yesterday Airtel India tweeted saying “Forced to choose from standard prepaid packs? Not any more, the wait is about to get over” and no more hints were revealed which made lots of prepaid customers excited and curious.

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TelecomTALK has learnt from reliable sources that Airtel is in the process to make prepaid user experience more friendly and will be launching something similar to myPlan for its prepaid customers .

In postpaid Airtel allowed its myPlan customers to customize their bill plans according to unique preferences and offered a bouquet of 5 rental options with pre-decided myPack units that a customer can select for a combination of one or more depending on the usage preference. Now we will have to wait and watch what airtel has to offer for its prepaid customers.

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rajAnishShivam (UP west) Bareilly.Airtel Prepaid My Plan DetailsAircel ‘Design your own plan’ for Prepaid and Postpaid Recent comment authors
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These kind of plans are for sensation only, as I have seen it in postpaid plans there are nothing special that can be beneficial to users.

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