Airtel, India's largest telecom operator, has started offering SmartBytes for postpaid users once again starting today, after discontinuing it for four months.
The company withdrew the service, which lets users top up their data balance even if they use up their data limits in a monthly bill period, in June earlier this year.
Airtel is informing its users about the re-introduction of SmartBytes, but the company's website shows that the service is not available in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, and Orissa regions.
During four months when the service was inactive, postpaid users had to choose at least 1GB of data top up due to unavailability of small data packs. Now, one can easily use the SmartBytes service once again.