Airtel Thanks Benefits Extended to V-Fiber Broadband Customers on Rs 1,099 Plan and Above

Airtel V-Fiber users on Rs 1,099 and above broadband plan will be eligible for benefits from services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and ZEE5

  • Airtel V-Fiber customers on Rs 1,099 plan and above are eligible for the benefits
  • Airtel is providing unlimited data with Rs 1,999 broadband plan

Bharti Airtel has recently revamped its V-Fiber broadband plans across all the cities. And today, the Internet Service Provider has started offering Airtel Thanks benefits to V-Fiber broadband customers on Rs 1,099 plan and above. It’s worth noting that Airtel no more has city-specific broadband plans, except for a few like Hyderabad, Vijayawada and so on. The company has simplified its broadband tariff portfolio with just four plans starting at Rs 799 and going all the way up to Rs 1,999. Airtel broadband users on Rs 1,099 plan and above will be eligible for Airtel Thanks benefits, while the users on Rs 799 plan are left out, sadly. The benefits of Airtel Thanks include one year of Amazon Prime membership, three months of Netflix, full access to ZEE5 Premium and Airtel TV Premium subscription as well. Notably, these benefits are being offered to Airtel Platinum customers.

Airtel Thanks Programme Rolled Out to V-Fiber Broadband Users

Last month, Bharti Airtel revamped its consumer programme Airtel Thanks with better benefits to lure more subscribers. As part of the revamped Airtel Thanks programme, Airtel is providing several premium subscriptions like Netflix, Amazon Prime, ZEE5 and Airtel TV Premium. Airtel now has broadband operations across 90 cities and has over 2.3 million customers. Existing customers can also avail these benefits if they haven’t already.

As mentioned above, Airtel V-Fiber users under the new Airtel Thanks programme will be eligible for benefits like three months of free Netflix Basic subscription, one year of Amazon Prime membership, ZEE5 Premium membership at no extra cost and Airtel TV Premium which offers over 340 Live TV channels, more than 10,000 movies from services like Eros Now, HOOQ, Hungama Play and so on.

George Mathen, CEO – Broadband, Bharti Airtel, said, “We are delighted to bring some exciting #AirtelThanks benefits to our Homes customers and deliver a truly differentiated experience backed by quality service. Digital entertainment and online shopping are amongst the biggest use cases for Home Broadband and we are now bringing a bouquet of top content and e-commerce platforms to our customers as part of their plans. With this, we Airtel has set a new industry benchmark when it comes to value proposition for the customer.”

Bharti Airtel Simplifies Broadband Tariff Portfolio

Bharti Airtel, earlier this month, revamped its entire broadband tariff lineup to offer fewer plans than before. In several cities, the company is now providing just four plans of Rs 799, Rs 1,099, Rs 1,599 and Rs 1,999. In some cities like Hyderabad, Vijayawada, there are just three plans of Rs 699, Rs 1,299 and Rs 1,599. In some cities, there’s a high-speed 300 Mbps broadband plan priced at Rs 2,199.

The Rs 1,999 broadband plan from Airtel across all the cities ship with 100 Mbps speeds without any FUP limit, while other plans come with monthly FUP limit. Notably, the plans which come with monthly FUP limit also come with data rollover facility with which users can carry forward unused data from this month to next.

Furthermore, Airtel is providing 7.5% on overall rental for subscribers choosing a broadband plan for six months and 15% discount for those choosing a plan for 12 months.

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