After 4G, 3G data allowance reductions, Airtel now reduces 2G data benefits by 38%

By November 19th, 2014 AT 12:47 PM

Airtel was in the news recently after it hiked up the 4G data plan rentals and also decreased the validity of 3G plans. Now it seems that India’s most prominent mobile operator has decided to hike the tariffs for 2G Data services in Kerala circle.

Please find below the revised tariff:

PlanPrevious BenefitsRevised Benefits
Rs. 1491 GB- valid for 28 days750 MB – Valid for only 21 days
Rs. 76375 MB-valid for 15 days375 MB – valid for 11 days
Rs. 2012 GB free post that FUP at 80 KBps – valid for 28 days1.25 GB – valid for 28 days: A reduction of 37.5%
Rs. 98450 MB + 100 local/National airtel SMS valid for 14 days450 MB + 100 Local/National airtel SMS valid for 14 days

airtel tarif

Airtel has been on a tariff hiking spree. It gives other telecom operators an opportunity to come up with a strong network and try to emerge out as a second alternative for the consumers.

Recently Airtel reduced its 4G tariffs by Rs. 1 but also reduces data benefits by 25% for its 4G users. How do you look at this move by Airtel do let us know via comments.

Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. He is also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and non-edible silicon chips.

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