So, the Airtel subscribers can grab the opportunity of getting 4 GB data per day at a cost of Rs. 999 only.
This move from Airtel is definitely a move to combat with Reliance Jio.
Following the suit, Airtel has now announced an offer with unlimited free voice calls and with 112GB 4G data per day in a pack of Rs 999.
The 4GB per day Internet plan was basically introduced by BSNL, when they launched the Chauka-444 plan in June this year.
Leading telecom operator, Bharti Airtel has revised its plans for some of its users. The new plan has validity of 28 days, with a total of 112GB of 3G/ 4G data on offer, at a price of Rs. 999.
You can also check the same by visiting the Airtel recharge portal.
Besides, Rs 999 plan, Rs. 349, Rs. 399, Rs. 499, and Rs. 799 plans are already existing, which haven't been changed much. Then, enter your number and browse the packs. After the Jio effect, all the telecom operators are offering unlimited calls and the specific amount of data based on their recharge amount.
The Rs. 499 plan gives 1.5GB data per day, while the Rs. 799 plan gives 3GB data per day for 28 days. However, under the Airtel Monsoon offer, the company offered 10GB free data to Airtel Postpaid customers for downloading the Airtel TV application for three months only.
However, all the specified plans offer unlimited calls and Specific amount of data with a validity of 28 days.
Now, Airtel offering the Rs 999 pack.
Alongside the Rs 999 offer scheme, Bharathi Airtel is also offering the few more offer packs. The rival Jio offers to start from Rs.309. That means 2 GB of data per day.