Exclusive: Airtel to offer unlimited free voice calls to Broadband customers at Rs. 99 per month

By April 26th, 2015 AT 2:27 PM

After BSNL Airtel will start offering its broadband customers free voice calls to any network at unbeatable prices to any number in India on any network, both fixed line and mobile.

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‘Customers can enjoy unlimited free local calls with the pack priced at just Rs. 49/- per month and unlimited free STD+local calls at just Rs. 99/- per month to any network, anywhere in the country to both landlines and mobile phones round the clock. Launched exclusively for broadband users, the offers are available exclusively for non-commercial use.

Also read: BSNL Extends Unlimited Free Night Calling on Landline to Broadband subscribers

Existing customers can opt for the packs by sending an SMS to 53636 for the Rs. 49/- pack or to 53636 for the Rs. 99/- pack from their registered mobile number. New customers can book a new broadband connection to avail these offers by sending an SMS to 53636. These unbeatable supersaver packs, along with the unmatched internet experience with speeds up to 100 Mbps, and bundled Wifi provided at zero cost, highest uptime and fastest response rate for customer service together makes Airtel broadband the most lucrative choice for any home.

Update: Fair Usage Policy of 5000 minutes will apply.

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