Here’s How Airtel is Countering Jio with its myHome Service by Offering Free Data to Consumers

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India’s leading telecom operator, Bharti Airtel has come up with yet another initiative to combat other telecom operators in the country. In this offer, Airtel Broadband users will get 5GB of additional data for every Airtel postpaid and/or DTH connection that they link with their broadband account.

So, what exactly is the offer? Suppose, you are a customer of Airtel DSL (Direct Subscriber Line) connection, you are eligible to get 5 GB of additional data per month for a lifetime for every Airtel postpaid and/or DTH connection. That said, you can get the extra data only on linking your active postpaid connection or DTH connection with your DSL account. Here is how it works, if you add one Airtel postpaid connection, you will get 5GB extra data. If you add, one Airtel DTH connection and two Airtel postpaid connections, you will get 15GB extra data per month for lifetime.

All the broadband consumers need to head over to and to log in with your DSL account. After logging in, they need to add their active postpaid or DTH TV connection. Post this, customers will be rewarded additional data according to the number of added connections.

Also, Airtel mentions that the additional data offers the same data speeds as the normally allotted quota. The other day, Airtel announced their achievement of two million broadband subscribers in the country and is conducting a campaign, where the company is offering free data as a token of gratitude.

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