These 157 cities can invite Airtel Xstream Fiber to their neighbourhood
The company regularly allows customers in new cities to invite Airtel Xstream Fiber testing the demand for its wired broadband services while launching simultaneously in many new cities.
Bharti Airtel is continuing with its aggressive rollout of Airtel Xstream Fiber across the country given the traction wired broadband has received on the back of work-from-home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company regularly allows customers in new cities to invite Airtel Xstream Fiber testing the demand for its wired broadband services while launching simultaneously in many new cities.
As of today, the company is now allowing around 157 cities across the country to invite Airtel Xstream Fiber to their neighbourhood by simply filling up a form on Airtel’s website.
Almora, Banda, Bhartana, Chamarajanagar, Chandausi, Chappra, Doda, Farrukhabad-Fatehgarh, Haldwani, Hardoi, Khandwa, Khushinagar, Kishtwar, Kulgam, Leh, Malegaon, Maunath Bhanjan, Mohanlalganj, Niphad, Orai, Parwanoo, Raichur, Rudrapur, Sadashivpet, Sonbhadra, and Shimoga are among the new bunch of listings live on Airtel’s website allowing customers from these cities to invite Airtel Xstream Fiber to their neighbourhood.
Aurangabad, Bahadurgarh, Dindigul, Etah, Etawah, Fatehpur, Ganganagar, Hisar, Hoshiarpur, Khammam, Kurukshetra, Kushinagar, Muzaffarpur, Nainital, Pathankot, Patiala, Ranchi, and Roorkee which were earlier among the ‘Invite Now’ cities have now moved away from the list.
These are the 157 cities wherein prospective customers can invite Airtel Xstream Fiber to their neighborhood
The listings have been segregated alphabet wise for ease of access. You can jump to the respective alphabet listing by clicking the hyperlinked alphabets in the above table.
- Ambedkar Nagar
- East Jaintia Hills
- Maunath Bhanjan
- Rae Bareli
- Udham Singh Nagar
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