After the recent increase in the rates of telecommunication prices, Airtel has got a surprise for its users. Among all the companies, Airtel is the only one that has removed its FUP limit on voice calls. Airtel users can now truly experience unlimited calling over all the networks, unlike Reliance Jio which offers unlimited calling on only it’s own network. In addition to this Airtel has also launched three new bundled packs for its users.
Telecom operator Airtel yesterday announced that it will be removing the FUP limit on voice calls. In addition to this airtel also announced three new unlimited plans ranging from Rs. 219 and go up to Rs. 499.
Airtel’s new Rs. 219 plan has got a validity of 28 days and offers 1GB of data per day for 28 days, which equals to 28GB of data. It also offers unlimited calling across all networks and 100SMS per day limit. Users also get perks like free Hello Tunes, unlimited Wynk music, and Airtel Xstream.
Airtel’s second plan is priced at Rs. 399 and has got a validity of 56 days with unlimited calling over all networks. It also offers 1.5GB of day per day which equals 84GB of total data and daily SMS limit of 100. Users also get perks like free Hello Tunes, unlimited Wynk music, and Airtel Xstream.
Airtel’s third plan is priced at Rs. 499 and has got a validity of 56 days. It offers 2GB of data per day for 56 days which equals to 112GB of total data, and a daily limit of 90 SMS per day. Users also get perks like free Hello Tunes, unlimited Wynk music, and Airtel Xstream.
Seems like Airtel is trying to take advantage of Jio’s IUC charges and lure it’s lost customers back.