Bharti Airtel Turns Aggressive, Now Offers 4GB of 4G Data at Just ₹149



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    India’s leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel is in an aggressive mode. The company is offering several goodies to its subscribers. The latest offer to hit bull’s eye is its 4GB of 4G data at ₹149. Airtel which used to concentrate only on providing customer delight with respect to its service is now offering the best deals in the telecom industry.

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    New Pricing Model:

    Starting with the new entrant Jio Infocomm’s 149 pricing, every other telecom operator is strategically designing their pricing keeping the number 149 in the mind. First, it was unlimited calling at ₹149. Now, Bharti Airtel has got 4GB of 4G data at ₹149 with a validity period of 28 days. All the telecom operators are offering exclusive discounts on 4G data as they are feeling the pinch of Jio’s freebies.

    Bharti Airtel has also come up with a special ₹299 plan where the subscriber enjoys unlimited local and STD calling within its own network along with 4GB of 4G data. There’s nothing special in it. As the company is already providing unlimited voice on-net calls for ₹149, the ₹299 pack offers extra 4GB of 4G data for its loyal subscribers. It is to be noted that Bharti Airtel has not officially launched these special packs but are informed by an SMS to their users.

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    Some users are claiming that they received 4GB of 4G data along with unlimited calling on Airtel network for just ₹265. The readers are advised to check their inbox for the promotional SMS or visit the official recharge portal of Bharti Airtel and click on My Offers.

    If the reports are to believed, Bharti Airtel is working on to introduce hourly voice and data packs in line with Vodafone India’s SuperHour plans. Hope the company does something for its postpaid subscribers when every operator is concerned about its prepaid users.

    Also Read: Airtel Completes PAN-India 4G Footprint with 4G Services in Assam



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