Published: Mon, September 25, 2017
Science | By Hubert Green

999 for select users

999 for select users

Airtel's "Bonus 30 GB" offer is valid on all its postpaid plans apart from the Rs 299 plan. However, do make a note on that new offer packs are valid only for select users.

According to a report by Telecom Talk, the new pack will provide 112GB of data per month along with unlimited local + STD voice calls. But the offer is only for selected subscribers. Of Course, by visiting the My Airtel app you will get to know about whether you are eligible or not for 999 plan. Calls made beyond this limit will be charged at 10p per minute for Airtel-to-Airtel calls, and 30p per minute for calls to other networks. Moreover, mainly this move is because of its rival Reliance Jio.

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Seemingly aimed at users with high data consumption, the Airtel Rs. 999 prepaid plan comes with "unlimited" local and STD calls. Well, Jio also offers a Rs. 999 plan that offers just 90GB of 4G data for 90 days (1GB per day) along with unlimited voice calls and messages. In the browser, visit the airtel recharge portal. Airtel is essentially offering 10GB of free data per month for six months, making it 60GB of overall free data to users who install its app. Jio's Rs. 309 plan offers 56GB data for 56 days, while the Rs. 399 plan gives 84GB data for 84 days. The rival Jio offers to start from Rs.309. However, customers can use only 4GB data per day. There's also a Rs. 349 plan which offers 20GB data (10GB+10GB) for 56 days.

Alongside the Rs 999 offer scheme, Bharathi Airtel is also offering the few more offer packs.

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