Airtel 4G Smartphone Karbonn A40 Recharge Plan Details | Know All Plans Details

After the Data War between Jio and Airtel now the war between Cheapest 4G phone between Airtel and Jio has started. Well now the race is between Jio and Airtel but soon BSNL, Idea, and Vodafone will also enter in the race of cheapest 4G phone in India. To make it clear we are talking about the Airtel 4G smartphone or the Airtel Karbonn A40 4G smartphone. As it is known to everyone Airtel partnered with Karbonn and Announced Karbonn A40 smartphone as its Airtel 4G smartphone.

The phone is launched with a bundled plan and without a bundled plan. Also just like the Jio Phone, Cashback refund is also there. Airtel launched its Airtel 4G smartphone to counter the Jio Phone and it will be interesting to see whether Airtel will be succeeded in the plan or not. Here are the recharge plan details of the new Airtel 4G smartphone.

Airtel 4G Smartphone (Airtel Karbonn A40 4G Smartphone) Recharge Plan Details

Now coming to the main point and i.e the Recharge plans details of the new Airtel 4G smartphone Karbonn A40. Airtel 4G smartphone Karbonn A40 is launched with a bundled offer from Airtel. The Monthly recharge plan of Airtel 4G phone is Rs.169. In the 169 plan of Airtel 4G phone, the user will get 0.5GB daily 4G data and unlimited calls.

The validity of the Airtel 4G Phone recharge plan of Rs.169 is 28 days. The phone can also be purchased without the bundled recharge offer plan.

Price of Airtel 4G Smartphone

Airtel launched the Karbonn A40 smartphone and the price of Airtel 4G phone is effectively Rs.1399. The actual price of the Airtel 4G Smartphone is Rs.2899 but there is a cashback of Rs.1500. So the effective price of the phone turns out to be Rs.1399. The cashback of the Airtel 4G smartphone will be refunded after 18 months.

After 1st 18 months cashback of Rs.500 will be refunded and after next 18 months cashback of Rs.1000 will be refunded. Talking about the price of Jio Phone, its costs are effectively Rs.0 after getting the refund after 3 years.



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