Airtel has announced their new Rs. 456 prepaid recharge plan in India. The primary objective behind coming up with this plan is to take on Jio. Jio has a Rs. 447 prepaid recharge plan in India which is the way to go for most customers. Airtel is now planning on competing with Jio by rolling out this plan.
The latest Airtel Rs. 456 recharge plan offers users with benefits that are very similar to the Rs. 447 prepaid recharge plan by Jio. However, the telecom giant is offering additional benefits alongside the plan. These additional offers include subscription to Airtel’s Xtream Premium, Wynk music and more. The latest prepaid recharge plan is already listed on the company’s website as well. Moreover, Airtel users can now purchase this particular plan via the Airtel Thanks app.
Airtel Rs. 456 Prepaid Recharge Plan Benefits
The latest Airtel Rs 546. prepaid recharge plan offers users with a high-speed 4G data of 50GB. Additionally, users also get 100 SMSs per day alongside unlimited voice calls. Moreover, if users surpass the data limit, they will be charged Rs. 50 paise per MB. When it comes to SMSs, users will be charged Rs. 1 for local and Rs. 1.5 for every national SMS.
Additionally, users of the latest pack will also get access to a lot of Airtel premium content. These include a 30 day trial of Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition, access to Airtel Xstream Premium and Wynk Music. Furthermore, users can also make use of free hello tunes on recharge of this particular plan. Additionally, Airtel is also offering buyers of this pack with a Rs. 100 cashback. The telecom giant is also offering a one year access to online course by Shaw Academy on recharging with the Rs. 456 prepaid recharge plan.
On the other hand, Jio’s Rs 447 pack, offers users with a similar 50GB high-speed 4G data. The plan also offers unlimited voice calls alongside 100 SMSs on a daily basis. Moreover, the plan validity is that of 60 days and comes offers additional benefits. Users get access to Jio TV, JioCinema, JioNews, JioSecurity, and JioCloud.
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