Airtel refreshes Rs 168 plan; will now offer 1GB daily data for 28 days

A girl checks her mobile phone as she walks past the Bharti Airtel office building in Gurugram, previously known as Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/File Photo
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Airtel has refreshed its prepaid plan for Rs 168, and will now offer 1GB of 4G data per day along with unlimited local, STD and roaming calls. Additionally, customers will also get 100 SMSes per day. This plan is valid for 28 days. This plan is for select subscribers in the Delhi and Andhra Pradesh and Telangana telecom circles respectively.

Reports suggest that the company is also offering a free subscription to its Hello Tunes caller tune service. A report by Telecom Talk points out that Hello Tune will be activated on the recharged number within four hours from the recharge time. Airtel also allows users to change the Hello Tunes to their desired one.

Recently, Airtel was offering a three-month free Netflix subscription through the Airtel TV and My Airtel apps for postpaid users and V-Fiber Home Broadband plans. After the three-month period, subscribers will have to pay for their Netflix subscription using their Airtel postpaid or home broadband bill.

Airtel will announce details of eligible postpaid mobile and home broadband plans in the next few weeks. If you are not a part of the select plans, you can upgrade to those plans to avail three months Netflix access. Airtel stated that the Netflix content can be accessed on the apps through a dedicated row on the Airtel TV app.

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