Airtel’s Rs 149 recharge pack now offers 2GB data per day

NEW DELHI: Nation’s main telecom operator Airtel has revamped its current pay as you go information plan so as to give powerful competitors to Reliance jio. The service supplier has revised its Rs 149 pay as you go plan.

The Rs 149 pay as you go plan from Airtel now gives 2GB 3G/4G information and comes with the validity of 28 days. Because of this customers will get complete of 56GB information and the price of per GB information is round Rs 2.68. Together with this, the telecom operator may even offer the advantages of limitless native and STD calling and 100 SMS per day underneath the plan.

Earlier, underneath the Rs 149 plan, Airtel was providing 1GB 3G/4G information together with limitless native and STD calls and 100 SMS per day.

The plan is alleged to compete with the Rs 149 pack supplied by Reliance Jio. Below the Rs 149 plan, Jio gives 1.5GB 4G information per day and can be legitimate for the interval of 28 days. Below this plan, Reliance Jio is providing complete information of 42GB. Other than this, the plan additionally permits customers to make limitless native and STD name and ship 100 SMS per day. Jio customers may even have entry to the Jio suite apps with this pay as you go pack.

Not too long ago, Airtel revealed that its video streaming and LIVE TV app — Airtel TV has crossed the 50 million customers mark on Android platform. The app presently gives over 375+ LIVE TV channels to go together with 10,000 + films and standard exhibits. Airtel TV has cast content material partnerships with the likes of Eros Now, SonyLIV, HOOQ, Hotstar, Amazon, AltBalaji with a number of extra on the anvil. Airtel TV is celebrating the milestone with it consumer by extending free subscription for all Airtel postpaid and pay as you go cell prospects until December 30, 2018 (from June 30, 2018).

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