Airtel Aims High With Its Rs 93 And Rs 92 Plan

Airtel Aims High With Its Rs 93 And Rs 92 Plan

The Rs 98 offer of Bharti Airtel now provides consumers 5 GB 4G/3G Internet data for a validity of 28 Days. The recharge offer provides only data advantages and there are no calls benefits with it. This indicates that consumers will receive just 5 GB data as there is no free voice calling advantage with this prepaid offer.

Airtel Aims High With Its Rs 93 And Rs 92 Plan

The Rs 98 offer has no daily data limit. This indicates that consumers can invest the complete 5 GB data limit in a single day too. So far this offer is available only in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh circles according to the official website

In addition to this, Airtel has amplified the validity period to 28 Days of its tariff plan worth Rs 93 just days after Reliance Jio began providing a 28 Days of validity period with its pack worth Rs 98. Up to now, the Rs 98 plan of Reliance Jio, a fraction of its Republic Day scheme, was amongst the most affordable offers with approximately a validity of a month. The Rs 98 plan of Reliance Jio provides a total of 2 GB data and has a 28 Days of validity. It provides 300 SMSs and free voice calls.

The Rs 93 pack of Bharti Airtel now provides free roaming, unlimited STD and local calls, 1GB data, and 100 SMSs per day for 28 Days. The same Rs 93 prepaid plan of Airtel previously provided 1GB 3G/4G data, unlimited calls (STD, local, and roaming calls), and 100 SMS per day with validity of 10 Days. So the huge alteration here is the period of validity days. The same has been elevated from the previous 10 Days to 28 Days.

Here unlimited STD and local calls have a cap of almost 1,000 Minutes each week and 250 Minutes each day. Airtel pre-paid users who drain 1,000 Minutes each week cap will be charged 10 Paise each minutes.

By Hunter Mariner

Hunter Mariner was born and raised in Wawa Ontario (no really he was!). He has written for CBC Thunder Bay, The Business Insider and Buzz feed. In regards to academics, Hunter earned his BBA from the University Of Guelph. Hunter covers local news and culture stories here at Cambridge Daily Mirror.

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