Aircel Launches 148 Plan with Unlimited Calls & 5GB Data with Cash Back to Take on Reliance Jio 4G

Aircel has launched a new plan for all prepaid customers. Aircel has launched plan 148 for prepaid users. Aircel Plan 148 is aimed at the Reliance Jio 149 plan. The Plan 148 of Aircel is a monthly plan that comes with unlimited calls and 5GB data. The new plan of Aircel is valid for all customers of Aircel. The offer is applicable on a pan-India basis. Apart from this Aircel also launched cashback offers too for prepaid customers.

Aircel 148 Plan Details – Unlimited Calls + 5GB Data

The new plan of Aircel i.e Plan 148 comes with Unlimited calling. Free unlimited calls are capped. The Daily limit of free calls is capped at 200 minutes per day. The weekly limit of free calls is 1000 minutes and the monthly cap of free minutes in Aircel 148 plan is 3000 minutes.

Apart from free calls, the 148 plan of Aircel comes with 5GB data. The validity of Aircel 148 plan is 28 days. One thing that is to notice is that this offer is only applicable to the Aircel Application. To recall, last month Aircel launched Rs.999 plan. Under the Aircel 999 plan, Aircel is giving 30GB Data. The validity of Aircel 999 plan is 30 days which makes the data total to 900GB per month.

Aircel Cashback Offer Details

If you are looking for a cashback on the recharge of Aircel then this is the best offer and opportunity. On the recharge of Aircel 148, Aircel is giving a cashback of Rs.75. the cashback is only applicable if the recharge is done via Aircel App. This plan and offer are for the Prepaid users.

Aircel 148 Plan Vs Jio 149 Plan – Comparison

Aircel 148 plan gives a strong competition to Jio monthly plan 149. The difference between Jio and Aircel monthly plan is that Jio is giving free unlimited data after the high-speed data limit. Another thing that makes a difference in Jio and Aircel is that calling in Jio. Although Aircel is also giving free calls and Jio is giving free calls including roaming and without any capping. And the biggest difference is the connectivity. Jio is giving 4G service while Aircel is giving 2G and 3G.

Source – Amar Ujala



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