Now Enjoy Double Data with Aircel 3G

By December 16th, 2011 AT 3:45 PM

Aircel, the fifth largest telecom operator in India has revised its 3G data plans and is now offering double data on some of its plans.

Aircel is currently providing 3G services in 13 out of 22 telecom circles in India where it holds 3G license. Few of the Existing 3G plans will now offer double data benefits to customers across all 3G circles.

With double data offer, Rs.92 plan which use to provide 100 MB of 3G data usage for a month will now offer 200 MB. Similarly Rs.203, 602, 752, 852 will offer 500 MB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 6 GB of 3G data respectively instead of 250 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 3 GB before.

Idea was the first to introduce the double data during the launch which was extended till 31st Dec 2011, after which Reliance offered Triple data offer on the 3G packs in the selected 3G cities. Few months’ back even Vodafone also started giving the double data followed by Airtel.

Double data offer is a huge hit among the operator and customer as it gives more freedom for the customer to choose the 3G pack with more data on super great speed.

Since all operators has been offering Double data, now Tata Docomo has not initiated such program for its 3G circle. Hope Tata Docomo in future introduces such plans for its 3G customers.

Revised data plans are as follows:


The double data benefits are not applicable on Rs.7, Rs.22, and Rs.975 and Rs.1250 plan.

Inputs :Saurabh Mendiratta

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