Airtel Revises 3G Data Packs

By September 22nd, 2011 AT 10:06 PM

Airtel Revises 3G Data PacksGood News for all the airtel 3G users, since the competition is till high on the telecom this time its not on tariff, it’s on the Data where now every operator is wooing its customer to go for the 3G data plans.

Initially when the services were launched the data plans seems to be on the higher End.

These cut throat competition is coming after Idea and Vodafone launched its 3G services with intra circle agreement with airtel where partnered operator are providing more data than the telecom who has got the license to launch the 3G services.

The double data benefit offer is available for 3 months starting September 19th.

Few months back when Idea Cellular also offered similar kind of plans to its customers by offering double data at same cost till July 31st, it has extended its offer till 31st Dec 2011, Followed by Reliance which is offering triple data till October 31st, 2011 in some packs.( 3G not available in South for reliance customers).

We expect other operator’s like Tata & Aircel to take same kind of initiative as the presence of 3G services of these operator are more

Inputs :Saurabh Mendiratta
(Independent Analyst, Capital Markets)

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why no unlimited plan.


Ahh, that is what I am telling you. 3G packs can also be used for free in Roaming.

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