Bharti Airtel Brings Back 300 Mbps Broadband Plan in Several Cities

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Sunil Bharti Mittal led telecom operator Bharti Airtel has made a massive revamp to its postpaid plans recently, and now, it seems that the operator might be looking forward to introducing changes to its broadband plans as well. In addition to some changes, we might be getting to see new plans in the Airtel broadband roster too. One of the popular cities of Hyderabad for Airtel broadband has also got three plans in total now with the third one being the Rs 1,599 plan which offers up to 300 Mbps speed and 600GB data. To recall, Airtel removed the 300 Mbps broadband plan in Hyderabad a few months back, but it has now been introduced again with a monthly FUP limit. Previously, this plan was available in other circles, and now it is available for Hyderabad customers too. Here are the other broadband plans from Airtel, which are effective from June 1, 2019.

Rs 799 Airtel Broadband Plan

This plan offers significantly more data as compared to the previous plan with 100GB + 200GB bonus data, thus totalling the data offering at 300GB. The plan also offers unlimited calling and speeds up to 40 Mbps. The 15% semi-annual subscription discount and 20% annual discount will be applicable on the Rs 799 plan too. The bonus data is valid for six months and it's decreased from 500GB to 200GB this time around.

In cities like Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, the Rs 799 plan is being offered at Rs 699 with no FUP limit and the same 40 Mbps speeds.

Rs 1,099 Airtel Broadband Plan

This plan by Airtel broadband offers 300GB of data along with additional bonus data of 500GB valid for six months. The speeds offered by this plan is 100 Mbps and it also ships with unlimited calling functionality. The Rs 1,099 plan also comes with data carryover feature, and it offers unlimited calling too. Additional benefits of this plan include free Netflix subscription and one year worth of Amazon Prime membership too.

Rs 1,599 Airtel Broadband Plan

There's a Rs 1,599 broadband plan from Airtel that offers 600GB of data and 1000GB of additional data which will be valid for six months. Users will also get unlimited voice calling, data rollover, Netflix and Amazon Prime subscriptions with this broadband plan. And there's a 15%, 20% discount offer as well on six, 12 months subscriptions.

Rs 1,999 Airtel Broadband Plan

The best thing about the Rs 1,999 broadband plan from Airtel is that it comes with unlimited data and unlimited calling. The speed available to the consumers is up to 100 Mbps. Additional benefits in this plan also include one year of Amazon Prime membership and a free Netflix subscription.

Note: These are the common broadband plans from Airtel available across most of the cities like Delhi, Noida, Mumbai, Chennai and so on. In some South Indian cities like Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, there are three plans of Rs 699, Rs 1,299 and Rs 1,599. The Rs 699 and Rs 1,299 broadband plans come without any monthly FUP limit, while the Rs 1,599 broadband plan ships with 300 Mbps speeds and 600GB FUP limit along with 1000GB bonus data. As noted, Airtel has brought back the 300 Mbps plan to several cities.

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