Bharti Airtel Hitting the Competition Hard With Strong Offerings in Postpaid Segment

Sunil Bharti Mittal led telco Airtel doesn’t seem to be putting down its weapons against the competition and is constantly sharpening its knife to deliver a blow to its rivals. Right now the former biggest telco of the country is focusing heavily on its postpaid plans and is making revisions and new introductions which is giving a hard time to other carriers. Reliance Jio has also launched its new postpaid plan priced at Rs 199 and in such a segment of growing cut-throat competition, Airtel countered the move by revising four plans last month only. Read here to know more about the plans which make Airtel’s postpaid offerings look good enough for buying compared to other plans.


Rs 499 postpaid plan by Airtel
In this plan, Airtel will be offering 75GB 3G/4G data per month, and this plan also comes with a data rollover facility, besides the usual unlimited calling benefits, users of this plan also get the Subscription of Wynk Music, Airtel TV, handset protection and a year of free Amazon Prime Membership.

Rs 649 postpaid plan by Airtel
In this plan, the data benefit increases to 90GB 3G/4G data per month. Besides the unlimited calling facility Airtel bundles subscription of Wynk Music, Airtel TV, handset protection and one year Amazon Prime membership. This plan also allows for a free add-on connection.

Rs 799 postpaid plan by Airtel
The total data benefit per month in this plan is 100GB 3G/4G. The plan bundles unlimited calling and data rollover facility. Additional benefits of this plan include a subscription to Wynk Music, Airtel TV, handset protection, one year Amazon Prime membership. There is again the facility to add a free connection in this plan. This plan is valid for a total of three connections.

Rs 1,199 postpaid plan by Airtel
Lastly, this plan by Airtel bundles 120GB 3G/4G data per month again paired with a rollover facility. Users get a free subscription to Wynk Music, Airtel TV and handset protection with this plan in addition to a one-year free subscription to Amazon Prime and free add-on connection with unlimited calls. This plan is valid for a total of 4 connections.

Rs 1,599 postpaid plan by Airtel
Airtel bundles 150GB 3G/4G data per month in this plan along with a rollover facility, meaning that users will be able to save up data for usage in the next billing cycle. There is the benefit of unlimited calling, whereas additional benefits include Wynk music subscription, Amazon Prime subscription for one year, Airtel TV subscription until December 31, 2018. This plan also offers Airtel Secure and 3 free add-on connections, meaning the generated bill will be valid for four connections.

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August 10, 2018 11:25 pm 11:25 PM

Did any Vodafone users notice, now Vodafone is sending recharge due dates through calendar events??

Sayak Roy - Kolkata
August 11, 2018 9:51 am 9:51 AM


Neha Miglani
August 11, 2018 9:48 am 9:48 AM

Not yet, till date. On prepaid or postpaid? May be the Vodafone App is adding them.

August 11, 2018 11:37 am 11:37 AM

Calendar event
August 11, 2018 10:58 am 10:58 AM

Noticed on prepaid. I do think the same. Vodafone app is adding it. Once your data pack is over, you get a reminder in your calendar app.

August 11, 2018 9:44 am 9:44 AM

Yes. Noticed it

Chetan Malhotra
August 10, 2018 6:17 pm 6:17 PM

Trust me the add looks and sound like new pathetic idea add which is irritating. Sadly no Vodafone trait left..

Kaushik IMA
August 11, 2018 12:10 am 12:10 AM

Interesting concept but seems to have been executed in a rush….

Kaushik Kolkata
August 10, 2018 10:33 pm 10:33 PM

red and yellow is colour of joursey of bengal soccer team east bengal. lol…

Sunny | Lucknow
August 10, 2018 8:43 pm 8:43 PM

Lol, saw it and cringed the whole time. Looks like one of those crappy videos employees make for various office occasions. If this is indeed a TV ad then it’s really low budget and reflects the depressing, low motivation environment in the organization.

Chetan Malhotra
August 10, 2018 6:15 pm 6:15 PM

Another screenshot, CEO balesh Sharma dancing with new team