Telecom giant Bharti Airtel has silently discontinued its Rs 99 prepaid plan that was earlier available in select circles. The company’s entry-level unlimited plan excluding the Rs 19 unlimited plan now starts at Rs 129 compared to the earlier Rs 99.
Airtel had back in early 2020 brought back the Rs 99 prepaid plan that was initially available in select circles namely MP Chattisgarh, West Bengal, Rajasthan, and UP East. The pre-paid plan was later expanded to Bihar & Jharkhand and Odisha.
Airtel’s Rs 99 prepaid plan offered 1 GB of high-speed data, truly unlimited calls to all networks, 100 SMS, and validity of 18 days. The pack also offers free hello tunes, Wynk Music, and Airtel Xstream App as additional benefits.
Airtel had back in early 2020 also introduced Rs 129 and Rs 199 prepaid plans. The plans were initially limited to Gujarat, Haryana, Kerala, Maharashtra, and Goa, and UP West and Uttarakhand before being expanded to Delhi NCR, Assam, Bihar & Jharkhand, Mumbai, North East, and Odisha. Both the prepaid plans were subsequently made available on a pan-India basis.