Airtel Offers 84GB 4G Data at Rs 399 to Counter Jio Tariffs

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Reliance Jio’s disruption to the way Indians use the internet and how much they use it has led to India largest telecom operator, Airtel, to come up with a new offer at Rs 399 which gives users 84GB of 4G data for 84 days.

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That means that users will get 1GB of data per day. This tariff offer has been launched to go head-to-head with Jio’s Rs 399 tariff which offers the same amount of data for the same number of days.

Airtel has launched another tariff offer at Rs 349 which offers 28GB (1GB per day) of data valid for 28 days.

This tariff has been launched in competition to Reliance Jio’s Rs 349 tariff which offers 1GB of data per day for 56 days, translating into a total of 56GB data.

Reliance Jio broke onto the scene last year offering free voice calls and free internet services for its subscribers and soon build up a subscriber base of tens of millions.

Given their success and the disruption they had caused in the industry which offered internet packs at relatively exorbitant prices, other telecom providers weren’t far behind in slashing their tariff prices and offering more for less.

The most prominent service providers who have either slashed their data charges or are offering free calls on their network include Airtel, Vodafone, and Aircel, among others.

Complete List of New Airtel 4G Plans

  • Rs 5: This offer is only valid once after you’ve upgraded to 4G sim. Users receive 4GB of 4G/3G data that is valid for 7 days
  • Rs 149: Unlimited Airtel calls and 2GB of 4G data for 28 days. This offer is only valid on 4G devices
  • Rs 199: Unlimited local mobile calls and 1GB of 4G/3G/2G data for 28 days
  • Rs 349: Unlimited local and STD calls, and 1GB of data per day for 28 days — 28GB in total
  • Rs 399: Unlimited local and STD calls, and 1GB of data per day for 84 days — 84GB in total

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