Airtel Slashes 3G Data Rates ; Offers 1 GB 3G Data for Rs.124

By July 19th, 2013 AT 9:58 AM

Just a day after Reliance reduced its 3G data rates for prepaid and postpaid customers, Bharti Airtel seem to have followed suit by slashing its 3G rates, thus bringing it on a par with 2G data tariffs.

Airtel slashes 3G data ratesUnder the new 3G plan by airtel, users can enjoy 1 GB 3G data at Rs.124 for 1 month. Although the plan has not been officially revealed by operator yet, it  is expected to be a one time offer available with all the airtel retailers. We’ll update our readers as and when any confirmation will be received on the same.

As expected, this move by Airtel is to counter the 3G offers by Reliance and give them a head-on competition. In the days to come, we are hopeful to see many such offers from other operators. Stay tuned !

Chhavi is a social media enthusiast and telecom technologies admirer. Based out of New Delhi, she is a corporate communication and marketing professional by day and writer by night. If she is not busy with Telecom, you can find her reading management books.

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1 GB 3G Data for Rs. 124

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Please give me 124

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