Airtel Introduces Smartbytes Additional Data Usage Pack

Airtel Introduces Smartbytes Additional Data Usage PacksAirtel today introduced Data Usage Packs for its broadband customers on plans with defined High Speed Data Transfer limits.

Smartbytes will help customers to purchase additional data usage packs ranging from 1GB for Rs 99, 2GB for Rs159, 5GB for Rs299, 10GB for Rs499, 20GB for Rs 799 and 50GB for Rs1499.

Airtel broadband customers can also keep a track of their internet usage, alerting them to their monthly high speed data transfer limit, the GB’s (usage) left in their account and the number of days remaining in their billing cycle.

Airtel customers need to visit airtel.in/smartbytes and opt for their choice of additional data usage pack anytime for the remainder of their monthly billing cycle.

Airtel already provides alerts via Email and SMS to its Broadband customers when the customer reaches 80% and then 100% of their high speed data transfer limits.

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Is there any unlimited Air-tel packs for 2G GPRS prepaid user in ORISSA??

sudhin
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Till now 21-10 there has been NO RESPONSE FROM AIRTEL nor this site on the validity of the above add on packs, well is this site worth looking into now?

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