Bharti Airtel Launches Beta Version of Its New Website

By November 23rd, 2013 AT 3:38 PM

India’s very own Bharti Airtel a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa all set to launch its all new – revamped website for its customers in India.


The new website is in beta version as of now (, looks clean, more user friendly, faster, lighter, well organized and also is IPV6 ready.

In the design of Bharti Airtel’s  new website, uniformity & consistency has been taken care off and resultant all the telecom circles too on Home Page (top -right), same which was not the case in previous version.

airtel new website

The new website is simple with Mobile, Internet (Broadband and 2G, 3G), Landline, Digital TV and Airtel Money sections on main menu which is more user friendly as well and the detail about services  are placed at easily findable places.

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Good to see so much is happening. Being Airtel customer I am happy that this company is constantly thinking about us. But Nahhh! Didn’t like much the beta look. A big brad like signature is missing. Come-on Airtel you can do much better, bring more charm in design, use modern features, make it more engaging. I guess expectation is high post experience of your App.


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