Airtel Postpaid Plans Detailed: Add-On Connections, Up to 300GB Data and More

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Airtel has been offering decent postpaid plans for a while now. The telco’s myPlan Infinity postpaid plans start at Rs 399 and the pricier one from the operator is the Rs 2,999 plan. All the plans now ship with one year of Amazon Prime subscription and the data benefit ranges from 40GB to 300GB. The Sunil Mittal-led operator also partnered with Netflix recently and providing free Netflix Basic subscription with postpaid plans priced over Rs 499. On top of that, all the postpaid plans come with Airtel TV subscription which is one of the best OTT content app available right now. Airtel even partnered with ZEE5 to make all the premium content free for Airtel TV users. Airtel’s postpaid plans include Rs 399, Rs 499, Rs 649, Rs 799, Rs 1,199, Rs 1,599 and Rs 2,999.

Rs 399 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

This plan is the starting postpaid plan by Bharti Airtel which packages 40GB 3G or 4G data per month for the subscribers. As per the plan details, this plan by Airtel offers unlimited calling along with data carryover facility. Further, additional benefits of this plan include a free subscription to Wynk Music. And with the recent change, Airtel is also providing free Amazon Prime subscription for one year.

Rs 499 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

This postpaid plan by Airtel bundles 75GB 3G/4G data per month for the subscribers. This plan also ships a data rollover facility, apart from the usual unlimited calling benefits. Not only this, but subscribers of this plan also get complimentary access to Wynk Music, Airtel TV, handset protection and a free Amazon Prime Membership for a year.

Rs 649 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

This plan of Airtel offers slightly more data benefit of 90GB 3G/4G data per month. Apart from the unlimited calling facility, subscribers also get a free subscription to Wynk Music, Airtel TV, handset protection and Amazon Prime membership for a year. There is also a free add-on connection possible with this plan.

Rs 799 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

This postpaid plan by Airtel further ups the data benefit to 100GB 3G/4G data per month. There is, of course, the data carryover feature alongside the unlimited calling. Like other plans, this plan also offers free access to Wynk Music, Airtel TV, handset protection and one year worth of Amazon Prime membership. Speaking of add-on connections, Airtel allows for three add-on connections on this plan.

Rs 1,199 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

In this postpaid plan by Airtel, the data benefit gets bumped up to 120GB 3G/4G data per month, and this plan also comes with data carryover facility. Included with this plan, subscribers get access to Wynk Music, Airtel TV and handset protection with this plan and a one-year free subscription to Amazon Prime. This plan allows for four add-on connections with the primary number.

Rs 1,599 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

The total data benefit offered in this plan is 150GB 3G/4G data, and this plan also comes enabled with data carryover facility. The plan also provides unlimited calling like other plans combined with extra benefits like Wynk music subscription, one year Amazon Prime subscription and Airtel TV subscription until December 31, 2018. Another add-on in this plan is the Airtel Secure and support for three free add-on connections, meaning that the total bill will be generated for four numbers.

Rs 2,999 Postpaid Plan by Airtel

Bharti Airtel also ships a premium postpaid plan which comes with a monthly rental of Rs 2,999, and this plan offers a whopping 300GB of data per month. There are also the usual benefits of unlimited calling and data carryover. However, the highlight of this plan is that it allows for four add-on connections, meaning that the bill will be shared between five numbers. The plan also doesn’t come with any FUP for the add-on connections.

This post was last modified on December 16, 2018 5:00 pm

Arpit Sharma

Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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