Jio has been dominating the Indian Telecommunication Industry Since its launch. Beating the former leading Airtel company along with many, Reliance Jio has been a tough a competition for all other Telecom companies in India. Every other Telecom company has been trying to cope up with the growing pace of the advancements in the Telecom industry. With the clear motto of countering the Jio domination, Airtel has been offering quite amazing offers for quite some time now.
Airtel Launches New Prepaid and Postpaid Plans
Airtel has been trying very hard to maintain its domination over the Telecom industry in India. With the multiple new terrific offers, it has now launched several new prepaid and postpaid plans for its users. After availing the 100% cashback on the recharge of Rs. 349 plan, now Airtel has added the additional data to its Rs. 349 plan. In addition to the variations in Rs. 349 plan, Airtel has also launched a new 70 GB plan for 70 days including free outgoing calls for its prepaid users at cost of just Rs. 448.
The New Airtel Postpaid and Prepaid Plans that You Should Know About
As per the media reports and sources, Airtel has launched two new plans for its prepaid and postpaid users. These plans have been launched in the direct competition to Reliance Jio’s Rs. 399 plan. The new plans include –
Airtel Rs. 448 Plan for Prepaid Users – This new Airtel Plan has been launched for all its prepaid users. This plan includes free call, free roaming and is bundled with 70 GB data. This is a 70-day pack that is available PAN India for all 2G/3G and 4G devices. This plan also includes unlimited free STD calling.
Airtel Rs. 499 Postpaid Plan – According to the latest plans launched by Airtel, Rs. 499 postpaid plan is carrying 20 GB monthly 3G or 4G data with data rollover feature. The Data rollover feature of Airtel allows the users to add on their unused data of the previous month to the next one.
These plans are launched by Airtel in response to the threat that Reliance Jio poses on the domination of the Airtel. After the big hit of Reliance Jio, every other Telecom company including Airtel has been trying to survive. These two plans will help the company strive along with the changes going on in India’s Telecommunication Industry.
Source – NDTV