Now Get Double Data With Airtel 3G

By October 24th, 2011 AT 8:21 PM

Now Get Double Data With Airtel 3GFew hours back, we shared that MTNL cuts 3G tariff to offer 1GB data for Rs 350 (earlier it was Rs 450).

It seems 3G data tariff is seeing competition from other operators, as most operators offering double data benefit with 3G data recharges.

Though these come with limited period tag, these plans with more usage are certainly to attract customers to use 3G.

Now industry leader Airtel too comes up with double or more than double offer on its 3G offerings. Not only that Airtel keeps all 3G packs with bill cap facility which will prevent ‘Bill Shock’ at the end of the month.

After the free bundled usage, you will be charged at 3p/10kB till you hit the bill cap. After you reach the bill cap the speed will be 20kbps till the bill cycle or validity of the pack.

Details of Airtel 3G Double Data Offers:

Monthly Plan (Rs) Previous data usage Present data usage (postpaid) Present data usage (prepaid) Post free usage, charge Bill Cap (Rs)
100 100 MB 200 MB 200 MB 3p/10kB 750
200 250 MB 500 MB 500 MB 3p/10kB 1000
450 600 MB 1200 MB 1200 MB 3p/10kB 1500
675 1.25 GB 3.12 GB 2.5 GB 2p/10kB 2000
750 2 GB 5 GB 4 GB 3p/10kB 4000
1250 5 GB 12.5 GB 10 GB 3p/10kB 5000

For any help regarding Airtel 3G, call 121 to reach Airtel Customer Care or visit to nearest Airtel Store.

Inputs :- Sri

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