Airtel launches Rs. 489 and Rs. 509 prepaid plans with bulk data benefits

Airtel users can purchase the new prepaid plan through the Airtel website, Airtel Thanks App, and other third-party recharge merchants, including Paytm, Google Pay, and Amazon Pay.

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Telecom service provider Bharti Airtel has launched two new plans for its prepaid users. The new plans are priced at Rs. 489 and Rs. 509 and offer bulk mobile data, unlimited voice calls, 300 SMS, and other benefits. Airtel Rs. 489 prepaid plan offers 50GB of data with 30 days of validity, while Rs. 509 plan includes 60GB of data and comes with a month of validity.

Airtel Rs. 489 prepaid plan details

The Airtel Rs. 489 plan offers unlimited voice calls, 50GB of high-speed mobile data, and 300 SMS. Post consumption of 50GB data, customers will be charged 50 paise per MB of data consumed, while post 300 SMS, customers will be charged Rs. 1 for sending local SMS and Rs. 1.5 for sending STD SMS. The plan comes with a validity of 30 days. Additional benefits include three months of Apollo 24 by 7 Circle, Rs. 100 cashback on FasTAG, free HelloTunes, and free Wynk Music.

Airtel Rs. 509 prepaid plan details

The Airtel Rs. 509 plan offers unlimited voice calls, 60GB of mobile data, and 300 SMS. Post consumption of 60GB of data, customers will be charged 50 paise per MB of data consumed, while post SMS limit, customers will be charged Rs. 1 for sending local SMS and Rs. 1.5 for sending STD SMS. The plan comes with a validity of a month. Additional benefits include three months of Apollo 24 by 7 Circle, Rs. 100 cashback on FasTAG, free HelloTunes, and free Wynk Music.

These new prepaid plans are available to recharge on the Airtel website, Airtel Thanks App, and other third-party recharge merchants, including Paytm, Google Pay, and Amazon Pay.

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50p/MB after exhausting the data quota is too high a price even for base tariff. They should either provide unlimited data at 128 Kbps or charge 1p/MB post exhaustion. Best to not keep any main balance in the account since it has unlimited voice calling.

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