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Bharti Airtel offers 56GB free internet usage at Rs.150 for Prepaid plans mobile users

Leading Telecom operator Bharti Airtel is moving strategically to retain existing customers as well to lure new customers especially in the prepaid tariff plans segment. Soon after reviewing the Rs.399 plan for some users, Airtel has perhaps presented the best review this year. The entry-level Rs.149 prepaid plan now offers an enormous amount of free data of upto 2GB per day for some users in different circles, from an advantage of 1GB of data. In addition to the free data advantage, Airtel also offers unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS messages per day for a period of 28 days. In general, Airtel provides data of 56GB at Rs.150, bringing the value for GB to Rs.2.66. In addition, Airtel offers better benefits than the prepaid Reliance Jio Rs 149 plan.

Bharti Airtel offers 2GB of 2G / 3G / 4G data per day, unlimited voice calls without FUP limit and 100 SMS per day. Airtel does not limit voice calls unlike other operators such as Idea Cellular and Vodafone India. In addition, this plan is valid for 28 days and not for 30 days, as always. This plan is only valid for a limited group of users at this time, but Airtel may implement the same for a large number of users as soon as possible.

Airtel provides 1GB of data per day, unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day for most users. And for some users, the same plan offers 1GB of data for the full 28 day validity period.

However, this change from Airtel is to compete with Jio's prepaid plan Rs.149, which currently offers 1.5GB of data a day, unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS messages a day for 28 days. The Jio plan provides 42GB of data, compared to 56GB of Airtel data. But the Jio plan only offers 4G data, unlike Airtel, which provides 2G, 3G and 4G data. The data network in the Airtel network depends on the availability of the network.

At the same time Vodafone does not offer this type of plan to its users, while Idea Cellular offers the same Rs.149 plan with 1GB of data per day for a limited group of users, as always.

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