Airtel discontinued the recharge plan of Rs 49, now the initial pack will be available for Rs 79

Airtel discontinues 49 rupees plan and entry level plan now starts from 79 rupeesAirtel has changed the prepaid recharge plan of Rs 79.


Airtel New Plans: Airtel has changed the prepaid recharge plan of Rs 79. In this, customers will now get the benefit of double the data with up to four times more outgoing minutes. With this, the company has also discontinued the Rs 49 plan. Now the company’s prepaid plans will start from Rs 79.

The prepaid plan of Rs 79 will get 200MB data and talk time of Rs 64. The plan will be valid for 28 days. The telecom company said that now Airtel customers can stay connected for a longer time without worrying about their account balance with entry-level recharge.

Benefits of Rs 49 plan

Apart from this, Airtel has also discontinued the entry level plan of Rs 49. In the Airtel Smart recharge plan of Rs 49, users used to get talk time of Rs 38.52 and data of 100MB. In this plan, once 100MB of data was exhausted, users had to pay Rs 0.50 per MB. The plan comes with a validity of 28 days. The new plan will be applicable from July 29.

Along with this, the company has also recently launched a new prepaid plan of Rs 456, which comes with a total of 50GB data. It also offers unlimited voice calling benefits and 100 SMS per day. The validity of this plan is 60 days. It is important to note that there is no daily restriction on data. Therefore, you can use as much data as you want in a day.

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The plan also includes one month access to Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition. With the Rs 456 prepaid plan, customers also get Airtel Thanks benefits including Airtel Xstream Premium, free HelloTunes, Wynk Music, one year of Shaw Academy access, Apollo 24/7 circle and Rs 100 FASTag cashback .

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