Airtel has come up with a new offer called Airtel Holiday Surprise offer that gives Airtel PostPaid customers 10GB free data per month for 3 months so on all they get up to 30GB free data in 3 months, totally free.
Airtel is now offering 30GB free data for its postpaid customers. The free data quota max 30GB depends on customers usage pattern. Some might get less data and some might get max 30GB data.
Reliance launched the Prime Membership scheme in a bid to retain their subscribers for another year at a nominal cost. Now Airtel, Idea and Vodafone have come up with their own plans to counter Jio.
Airtel is gearing up to take on Reliance, they are offering 14GB data pack and unlimited calling options for just Rs. 145. However it seems the company is rolling out this bundle packs to selected users.
Airtel is now offering free data for 12 months, this is, when new customer or existing customers switch to Airtel’s 4G. With this new scheme users will get 3GB free 4G data every month – the free package is worth Rs. 9000.
Airtel had initially launched the V-Fiber services in Chennai and now it has been launched in Mumbai. The Airtel V-Fiber will offer Mumbai users up to 100 Mbps speed. V-Fiber tariff plan starts from Rs. 899.
Many customers are already using the Reliance Jio SIM and using free Voice / Data, to counter this Airtel has now launched pre-paid bundled packs of Rs. 145 and Rs. 345. These Airtel Bundled pre-paid packs offer free Local and STD calls.
Apart from Reliance Jio – Airtel, Idea and Vodafone may soon launch VoLTE services in India. Airtel has signed with Nokia, Idea and Vodafone recently won spectrum in an auction. Airtel has been testing the technology for quite some time.
Airtel is now offering 10GB 4G data with any new 4G enabled smartphone. For 10GB 4G/3G data, Airtel will be charging Rs. 259 only. The company was offering this pack for Samsung Galaxy J Series handset and now it is applicable on any 4G handset.
Airtel has launched V-Fiber services in India, for now it is only available in Chennai and will soon be rolled out in Delhi & NCR and Bangalore and then gradually expanding to over 87 cities. Airtel also becomes the first service provider to launch V-Fiber in India.