Leading telecom operator, Bharti Airtel is on a roll at the moment. Just yesterday, the operator introduced its affordable 4G VoLTE smartphone to compete with Reliance JioPhone, and now, the operator has silently updated its myPlan Infinity postpaid plans. Airtel did not introduce any new plans, but the company is now offering 500% more data when compared to its previous offering.
For the unaware, Airtel’s myPlan Infinity postpaid plans start from Rs. 399 and goes all the way up to Rs. 2,999. And all the plans are now upgraded to offer more data and some plans now even offer additional benefits.
Starting off with the base Rs. 399 plan from Airtel, it used to offer 1GB data earlier, but now, the same plan gives 10GB data per billing cycle. The same applies to Rs. 499, Rs. 649, and Rs. 799 plans are they now offer 20GB, 30GB, and 40GB data respectively. The popular Rs. 999 myPlan Infinity postpaid plan now gives 50GB data per billing cycle.
The premium plans- Rs. 1,199, Rs. 1,599, Rs. 1,999, and Rs. 2,999 offer insane data. The Rs. 1,199 plan now gives 75GB data, whereas the Rs. 1,599 plan offers 100GB data, followed by the Rs. 1,599 plan with 125GB data. Lastly, we have the most premium Rs. 2,999 plan which offers 200GB data per month, which is unbelievable.
Also, all the myPlan Infinity postpaid plans now part of Airtel Data Roll Over scheme, meaning you can enjoy carrying forward unused data from this month to next month. However, Airtel allows you to maintain up to 200GB data balance in your postpaid account. Hopefully, Airtel removes this 200GB limit per account in the near future.
Furthermore, there’s one more benefit with these plans. Apart from the Rs. 399 base myPlan Infinity postpaid plan, all the plans now offer free Airtel Secure subscription for the billing cycle.
Last but not least, all the Airtel myPlan Infinity postpaid plans offer unlimited voice calls to any network across the country. However, the Rs. 399 and Rs. 499 plans limit the unlimited outgoing calls, which will be charged as per the base tariff plan.
Well, this is an excellent move from Bharti Airtel, and it could be the only operator to offer a 200GB data plan. What do you think of these new changes from Bharti Airtel? Let us know by commenting below.
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