Airtel Offers Discounts Upto 88% On Data Usage Across 11 Countries

By October 5th, 2009 AT 3:48 PM

airtel-bridgedata-roamBharti Airtel Ltd, India’s largest GSM service provider, has announced 3 unique data roaming packages to download and use data while roaming in the Asia Pacific region and Australia.

Airtel mobile users just need to subscribe to any one of the data plans and enjoy savings of up to 88% on data usage.

With the Bridge Data Roam plans, customers can access an average:

-100 emails OR 500 WAP pages  on the 5MB plan

-300 emails OR 1500 WAP pages on the 15MB plan

-800 emails OR 4000 WAP pages on the 40MB plan

The above calculations are based on an average email size of 10 KB and and average web page size of 100 KB.

Subscription PlanCapped usageMonthly ChargesNormal TariffSavingsTo Activate (send SMS)
Bridge DataRoam55 MBRs. 600Rs. 240075%ACTDROAM5’ to 121
Bridge DataRoam1515 MBRs. 1200Rs. 720083%ACTDROAM15’ to 121
Bridge DataRoam4040 MBRs. 2400Rs. 1920088%‘ACTDROAM40’ to 121

Countries where the Bridge Data Plans can be used are:

Australia – Optus

Hong Kong – CSL

Indonesia    – Telkomsel

Korea – SK Telecom

Macau – CTM

Malaysia – Maxis

Philippines – Globe Telecom

Singapore – Sing Tel

Taiwan – Taiwan Mobile

Thailand – AIS
China – China Unicom

To know more, Airtel users can SMS “DROAM” to 121 OR visit

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