Airtel to offer 400MB extra daily data with prepaid plans of Rs. 399, Rs. 448, Rs. 499

Airtel to offer 400MB extra daily data with prepaid plans of Rs. 399, Rs. 448, Rs. 499
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These packages of Rs. 399, Rs. 448, and Rs. 499 now offers 400 MB of additional data per day to its customers.

Telecom operator Airtel has now included more data benefits to three of its prepaid packages. These packages are of the Rs. 399, Rs. 448, and Rs. 499, and now each plan offers 400 MB of additional data per day to its customers. So, after this revision, the subscribers of these three plans now get data of 1.4GB, 1.9GB and 2.4GB per day, respectively. This comes after the telecom company reviewed its low-priced Rs. 129 and Rs. 249 prepaid plans to offer Rs. 4 lakh life insurance coverage.

The Airtel subscriber of Rs. 499 prepaid plan, will get 2.4GB of daily data instead of 2GB. The daily data addition of 400MB brings other benefits such as the subscription to Airtel TV Premium that offers content from Zee5, HOOQ, more than 350 live TV channels and more than 10,000 movies.

A new money-back benefit in the 4G device has been introduced, where a user is entitled to get Rs. 2,000 cash back on purchase of a new phone. The plan also offers a subscription to Norton Mobile Security for one year, and also a free subscription to Wynk. This package comes with a validity of 82 days, unlimited calls without FUP and 100 SMS messages per day.

Similarly the Airtel Rs. 448 plan will offer 1.9GB of daily data, instead of 1.5GB. The validity of this plan is also 82 days, and the 400 MB of daily additional data benefits are added to the subscription to Airtel TV Premium, the one-year subscription to Norton Mobile Security, the subscription to Wynk Music and the benefit of Money back of the device. This package also offers unlimited calls and 100 SMS messages per day.

Finally, the Airtel prepaid Rs. 399 plan now offers 1.4 GB of daily data, instead of 1 GB. The validity of this plan is 84 days, which offers all the additional benefits mentioned in the two previous plans.

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