In a move to counter Reliance Jio, telecom major Bharti Airtel has cut 4G and 3G portable mobile rate charges by to 80% to as low as Rs 51 for each gigabyte (GB) under a unique plan for its prepaid users. The comapny in a statement said that – To profit this advantage, Airtel users will have to recharge their SIM cards with Rs 1,498, against which they will get 1GB of 4G or 3G data internet for 28 days.
When this data limit is depleted, the users can furthermore buy 1GB recharge of 4G or 3G for just a mere amount of Rs 51, which can be ingested over a time of 12 months. Meanwhile, There would be no restrictions on other recharges amid this specific period. Presently, Airtel is offering 1GB of 3G or 4G data for Rs 259, which is legitimate for 28 days. The organization is additionally set to dispatch a comparable plan in lower section of Rs 748. Under this plan, the users will get 1GB of 4G information for Rs 99 which will be valid for 6 months. Bharti Airtel director, operations (India & South Asia) , Ajai Puri in the announcement said that –
These prepaid packs are live in Delhi and will get launched across circles by August 31, 2016. With these packs, we are allowing our customers get a lot more within the same budget,
The main players in the field, i.e. Idea and Airtel are further looking to overcome the commercial launch of Reliance Jio, which has more than 1.5 million test clients on its network. Let us all hope that this massive advancement by Airtel will be compatible and budget-friendly for all its users.