Airtel’s Latest Recharge Offer: 300 GB, Unlimited Calls For One Year

Airtel’s Latest Recharge Offer: 300 GB, Unlimited Calls For One Year

Airtel's Latest Recharge Offer: 300 GB, Unlimited Calls For One Year

Airtel Rs. 3,999 prepaid recharge plan offers 300 GB data that is valid for almost a year, or 360 days. All outgoing calls, both local and STD, are free

Bharti Airtel rolls out an yearly plan that offers unlimited local and STD calls. These calls include free national roaming and 100 free SMS. The plan offers 300 GB of internet data with it. Airtel has offered this prepaid plan to give Reliance Jio a run for its money. Charging for Internet data and offering unlimited outgoing calls along with it, an idea pioneered by Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio, is now followed by Airtel, among other major telcos alike. The plan is meant for those whose data consumption is quite high. The plan leaves the subscribers poorer by Rs. 333, which means only Rs. 11 a day.

There are other long term plans that Airtel offers include Rs. 1,999 prepaid plan that offers unlimited local and STD calls, including national roaming. The plan is valid for 180 days and entails 125 GB data and SMS that are free subject to the maximum usage limit of 100 a day.

Another plan, meant for those who don’t want to loosen their purse strings much, costs Rs. 999 and is valid for three months, 90 days to be precise. This prepaid recharge plan by Airtel offers 60 GB data and along with it, the subscribers are entitled to receive free local and STD calls that also include national roaming. The plan, like other prepaid plans, offers 100 SMS free of charge.
Five Things that you should know about Airtel’s Rs. 3,999 prepaid plan offering 300 GB, unlimited calls

1. Airtel Rs. 3,999 prepaid recharge plan offers 300 GB data that is valid for almost a year, or 360 days.

2. Airtel Rs. 3,999 prepaid recharge plan offers free local and STD calls that also include national roaming.

3. Airtel Rs. 3,999 prepaid plan, along with Internet date and unlimited calls, also offers 100 free SMS daily.

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(What benefits you get in Airtel’s Rs. 3,999, Rs. 1,999, Rs. 999 and Rs. 448 offer)

4. There is no capping on the number of calls that you can make in a day or a week or a month or 360 days, so long as the calls are made for non-commercial purpose only.

5. The messages are free but only subject to the limit of 100 in a day.

Source by:-ndtv

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24 thoughts on “Airtel’s Latest Recharge Offer: 300 GB, Unlimited Calls For One Year”

  1. This is very trash offer per month @ 330/- this is very foolish why u not giving 399/- offer for 3 months to every one I am maintaining this number Since 15 years why u not giving special offers to old customers pl. think about this

    1. I am Airtel customer since last 15 years and continue the number from the date. Please give an attractive plan to senior customers to continue your services.

  2. Using airtel prepaid plan 349 last 9month..but till not received any good offer from airtel…pls give m 399 plan for 70days….

  3. Your offers are excited. I am an NRI, we love Airtel coverage I live in Goa. Whenever we go we take sim card and use the phone during my stay, I am based in Goa. When we go next trip and try to use the same sim it does not get activated. Will you kindly advise how we can choose our sim to make permanent one.

  4. मेरा मोबाईल न 9044474224 जो की voda phone में Post paid है लेकिन मै ये न airtel में pree paid करवाना चाह रहा हूँ।।
    क्या हो पायेगा।।

  5. SIR AM USING MY NUM BER OVER 10 YEARS THEIR IS NO BEST OFFER TO ME ONLY 399 OFFER ITS FOR 29 DAYS ONLY … WHY YOU DIDNOT CHANGE IT FOR 70 DAYS PLS CONSERN THIS BUT YOU ARE BEST NETWORK

  6. I am postpaid customer long time give attractive plan for Post paid customer you are competing Jio but you are not looking your valuable postpaid customer we expect valuable answer and valuable offers.

  7. I am Airtel customer since last 15 years and continue the number from the date. Please give an attractive plan to senior customers to continue your services.

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