Airtel to Introduce A Slew of New Plans Ranging from Rs. 244 to Rs. 1,198 with Unlimited Calls and Data

Slowly, all the telecom operators in the country are responding to Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer, and the first one in the list is Airtel. Yesterday, we reported that Airtel has started offering unlimited calls and 1GB data per day at just Rs. 399 for segmented users. In that article, though, we mentioned only two offers. But, Airtel has more plans under its sleeves ranging from Rs. 244 to Rs. 1,198.

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According to our source, a total of six plans will be offered by Airtel in coming days for segmented users, and all the plans will be valid for ten weeks. The first one is the Rs. 244 plan that provides unlimited Airtel to Airtel calls along with 1GB 4G data per day for ten weeks. The second one is the Rs. 399, which provides unlimited calls to any network and 1GB data per day for ten weeks.

There are four more plans of Rs. 498, Rs. 648, Rs. 899, and Rs. 1,198. All the four packs offer unlimited calls to any network across India even on roaming. The only difference will be the amount of data with each pack. While the Rs. 498 pack provides 1.25GB data per day, the Rs. 648 plan will come with 1.5GB per day. The Rs. 899 plan gives 2GB 4G data per day and the biggest of all, the Rs. 1198 plan offers 2.5GB data per day for ten weeks.

Airtel has also modified the previous plans of Rs. 149 and Rs. 349 and also added three new schemes with the validity of four weeks. The Rs. 149 plan now gives unlimited Airtel to Airtel calls and 2GB of 4G data for four weeks, whereas the Rs. 349 pack offers unlimited calls to any network across India and 2GB of 4G data per day for four weeks.

There are three more plans of Rs. 549, Rs. 799, and Rs. 999 offering unlimited calls and 2.5GB data, 3GB data, and 3.5GB of 4G data respectively on a daily basis for four weeks.

That said, these plans are valid only for segmented customers, but almost every prepaid customer of Airtel will get any of the schemes mentioned above. Airtel is already in the process of allotting the offers to users. To recharge with any of the offers, a customer should have a 4G handset and a 4G Airtel SIM card.

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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