Airtel Prepaid Plans Will Get You Benefits Like Amazon Prime, Life Insurance and More For as Low as Rs 299

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Over time, Bharti Airtel’s prepaid portfolio has become more and more attractive for the users who would like to enjoy better benefits, data and unlimited calling. The telecom operator is also the top choice when it comes to the additional benefits as Bharti Airtel offers the most unique benefits which other telecom operators don’t offer. Not only this, but Bharti Airtel bundles a lot of of these benefits with the low-priced plans as well. This is one of the reasons why prepaid subscribers like Airtel. Also, there are unique benefits to some plans like Amazon Prime, and Life Insurance cover, which are not usually seen in the industry. So, here are the benefits which Bharti Airtel ships with its prepaid plans.


Wynk Music

Just like Reliance Jio subscribers get a JioSaavn subscription for music streaming while they get a Reliance Jio SIM, similarly, the Bharti Airtel subscribers get a Wynk Music subscription. So, in case you do not want to buy a premium subscription to apps like YouTube Music, or Spotify, then you should not forget that your Airtel prepaid SIM will get you a free Wynk Music subscription. Also, the Wynk Music subscription is something that is available across all the prepaid plans of Bharti Airtel, meaning that even if you buy the Rs 97 prepaid plan and you might not get all the benefits in it, still you will be assured of the Wynk Music subscription.

Airtel Xstream App Subscription

Similar to the Wynk Music subscription benefit for Bharti Airtel users is the Airtel Xstream app subscription, which can be used for video streaming. Airtel Xstream app will offer lots of on-demand video content, OTT content like movies, TV shows along with the Live TV channels. The Airtel Xstream subscription is also something that all the Airtel prepaid customers will enjoy, and it would come bundled even as part of the lower-end prepaid plans from Bharti Airtel.

Norton Mobile Security

Now we come to a benefit which is actually very unique for Bharti Airtel prepaid subscribers, and that is a license for Norton Mobile Security. In case you use Antivirus to keep your phone safe, and you would like to have some protection against malware and other viruses, then Norton Mobile Security is one app which could help you do that. Now, the good thing with Airtel prepaid plans is that all the Airtel prepaid plans above Rs 199 will get the subscribers a year-long license of Norton Mobile Security. So, even if the validity of the recharge plan is less than a year, the subscribers would get to enjoy the Norton Mobile Security antivirus for the entire year.

Free 4 Week Course on Shaw Academy

Now, this is a relatively new benefit which Bharti Airtel has introduced on its prepaid plans. Similar to how BSNL has been shipping educational content on some of its plans. Likewise, Bharti Airtel prepaid subscribers on plans above Rs 199 will be able to learn any skill of their choice like music or photography via a 4-week course. The validity of this benefit would be 28 days.

Amazon Prime Subscription

Now, this is something that is likely to get the users interested in buying a Bharti Airtel prepaid plan. However, if you are interested in getting a free Amazon Prime subscription, then you should note that there is only one prepaid plan from Bharti Airtel which ships this benefit and this plan is the Rs 299 prepaid plan. The plan offers 2.5GB data per day, unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day benefit. Along with this, subscribers enjoy all the above-mentioned benefits.

Life Insurance Worth 4 Lakh

There is another unique benefit from Bharti Airtel on its Rs 249 per month prepaid plan. The benefit that we are talking about is of a Rs 4 lakh Life Insurance Cover from HDFC Life. This would be available with the Rs 249 prepaid plan which offers 2GB data per day, unlimited calls, 100 SMS per day and 28 days validity. The subscribers also enjoy above-mentioned benefits except for the Amazon Prime subscription.

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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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