The telecom sector has become very competitive since the entry of Reliance Jio. Various telecom operators have also started rolling out plans that offer unlimited calls and ample amount of data. Recently, Airtel introduced two plans for Rs 349 and Rs 549 respectively. The company has now revised both the plans and is giving more data to the users. Under the Rs 349 plan, the service provider was earlier offering 1.5GB data per day with unlimited local and STD calls and SMS. Now the telco has revised it and is offering 2GB data per day. On the other hand, under the Rs 549 plan, the telco used to give 3GB data and is now offering 3.5GB data per day with unlimited calling and SMS benefits. Both the plans come with a validity of 28 days. This means that Airtel subscribers will now get 56GB data under the Rs 349 plan and 84GB data under the Rs 549 plan. This is the second time that the company has revamped its Rs 349 plan. In the beginning the company used to offer 1GB data, which later changed to 1.5GB and has now become 2GB.
Last month, Airtel introduced a plan for Rs 999 for its postpaid users. Under the Rs 999 plan, the Airtel postpaid users will get 50GB data, unlimited local and STD calls as well as free roaming calls. The plan falls under the ‘My Infinity Plan’ of the company and is available for both existing and new Airtel customers.
Under this plan, the subscribers will also be able to avail the company’s ‘data rollover’ offer. As part of the ‘data rollover offer’, the unused data will be forwarded to the next billing cycle of the user. According to the plan, once a user exhausts his 50GB data limit, then he will be charged at a rate of 50 paisa per MB.