- The plan also comes with the data rollover option
- The subscribers also enjoy unlimited calling
- Additional benefits of the plan include Airtel Wynk access
Now that the prepaid subscribers are looking towards a tariff hike for most of the telecom operators in the industry, the postpaid plans are going to see increased traction from the subscribers. Now, when it comes to choosing postpaid plans, there are a handful of choices which the subscribers are attracted to. The top pick of the subscriber happens to be the Sunil Bharti Mittal led telecom operator, Bharti Airtel. Bharti Airtel has been known to be the operator which ships the most attractive postpaid plans which are not only priced very well but also come with some luring benefits which the subscribers love. Now, if you were to take a quick look at the Bharti Airtel postpaid plans, then you would see that the starting price of the postpaid plan is Rs 399 per month. However, the plans that usually elude the subscribers are the other plans which Airtel ships besides these plans. These plans include the Rs 399 postpaid plan, Rs 349 postpaid plan and a newly introduced postpaid plan of Rs 199 which is introduced in the Jammu & Kashmir circle, and this is the plan that we are going to be talking about today.
Airtel Rs 199 Postpaid Plan for J&K Residents
The first thing to note about the other postpaid plans from Bharti Airtel is the fact that they are valid only in some circles and they are very circle specific, as opposed to the standard postpaid plans from Airtel which are available across all circles. As for the new Rs 199 postpaid plan from Airtel for the Jammu & Kashmir circle, the benefits of this postpaid plan include 25GB data benefit per month. Along with this, the subscribers also get unlimited local, STD and roaming calls as part of this postpaid plan. The plan also bundled 100 SMS per day for the customers of the Rs 199 postpaid plan. Lastly, under the Airtel Thanks benefits, the customers of this postpaid plan will be able to experience Wynk Music subscription. Since it is a low-value plan, the subscribers will not get any other additional benefit in this plan.
Bharti Airtel Rs 349 and Rs 399 Postpaid Plans
On the topic of other plans from Bharti Airtel, the subscribers living in the Andhra Pradesh, Delhi/NCR, Chennai & Tamil Nadu circle can get the Rs 349 postpaid plan. The Rs 349 postpaid plan from Bharti Airtel comes with 5GB data per month along with the data rollover facility. The other benefits of the plan include 100 SMS per day and unlimited local, STD and roaming calls. Under Airtel Thanks, the subscribers get ZEE5 shows and movies, and they also get access to Airtel Xstream Premium.
In the rest of the circles except Andhra Pradesh, Delhi/NCR, Chennai & Tamil Nadu, the subscribers will have the option of Rs 399 postpaid plan. This plan ships drastically more benefits as compared to the Rs 349 postpaid plan. The subscribers of this plan will get 40GB data per month with data rollover, and they also get unlimited local, STD and roaming calls along with 100 SMS per day. The benefits in this plan include ZEE5 Shows and movies, Airtel Xstream Premium subscription and Handset Protection as well.
Bharti Airtel Standard Postpaid Plans of Rs 499 and More
As for the standard Airtel postpaid portfolio which is available across the country, the subscribers will find plans which start at Rs 499 and offer 75GB data per month along with tons of other benefits like Amazon Prime, Airtel Xstream, Netflix Subscription and more. The standard Airtel postpaid plans of Rs 749, Rs 999 also come with add-on connections. Further, the Rs 1,599 postpaid plan also offers ISD minutes and a discount on international roaming plans. In case these plans seem costly, and you can make do with the calling and less data, then the circle restricted plans of Rs 349, and Rs 399 might be the good choice for you. For J&K residents, there is the new Rs 199 postpaid plan to choose from as well.
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