4G data pack that offers free data for 90 days
Airtel Now Declare a “special 4G data pack that offers free data for 90 days“. In This Delhi circle, This pack is priced at Rs. 1,495 for subsist prepaid users, and Rs. 1,494 for new users on their first recharge.
This telecom operator says new ‘special 4G data pack‘ is presently obtainable in the Delhi circle, but will be declare across other circles over the “next few days.” Of course, This judgment to offer such a pack could be seen as a move to counter the much-talked about entry of Reliance Jio into the Indian telecom market. The foray has meanwhile had several ripples, and is prospective to continue to drop the market’s tariffs across voice and data plans.
Details About 4G Prepaid Data in Airtel
Airtel specify that a fair usage policy applies for this new special 4G data pack, that means after a particular amount of data is consumed, users will be shunted to low-speed data. This high-speed data usage cap has been set at 30GB with a validity of 90 days. After users finish 30GB of data, they will get access to low-speed data analogous to 2G speeds for the residual period.
Airtel’s plan actually works out to be in line with the promised Rs. 50 per GB rate that Reliance Jio was declare to be – you’re paying Rs. 1,495 for 30GB, This is works out to just under Rs. 50 per GB for 90 days, with a usage limit of 30GB, after which you have unlimited 2G usage. On the other hand, with Jio, you can get 20GB of data for Rs. 1,499, which has 28 days validity so not only are you paying more per GB (Rs. 75 per GB) but if your usage isn’t that high, then you’ll end up paying a lot more on a monthly basis.
Ajai Puri, Director Declare – Operations (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel said, “At Airtel, we are focused on supply great value to customers. Customers with 4G handsets usually consume large amounts of data and this promise is particularly aimed at them. With this pack these customers can stay online round the clock without having to worry about tedious their data limits or going for frequent recharges.”