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Airtel launches Rs 399 postpaid plan with 40GB data and unlimited calls

On: October 7, 2020

Airtel previously offered affordable postpaid plans priced at Rs 349 and Rs 399 in select circles, but these were discontinued. Now, the company has revived the Rs 399 postpaid plan to compete with the newly-launched similar postpaid plan from Reliance Jio. Notably, Jio announced Reliance Jio Postpaid Plus plans in India starting from Rs 399.

Also read: Jio Postpaid Plus plans: list of postpaid plans from Reliance Jio that offer up to 300GB data and Disney Plus Hotstar benefits

This time around, Airte has rolled out the Rs 399 plan across the country. The new postpaid plan offers benefits like high-speed data, voice calls, SMS and other freebies. Here’s everything the new Airtel postpaid plan offers.

Airtel Rs 399 postpaid plan launched

Airtel brings back Rs 399 postpaid plan across India

Airtel brings back its Rs 399 postpaid plan across India

The telecom operator has revived the postpaid plan with the same benefits as earlier. The new postpaid plan comes with a data benefit of 40GB for the duration of the billing cycle. Apart from that, the plan offers unlimited voice calling to any network within the country. Additionally, users of this plan are entitled to 100 SMSes every day.

Airtel is also providing other freebies with this postpaid plan. Users will get a complimentary subscription for Airtel Xstream Premium, and a one-year subscription for Wynk Music. Additionally, it offers one year of access to online classes from Shaw Academy. The telco is also offering free Hello tunes and cashback on FASTag transactions with this plan.

In comparison, the Rs 399 Reliance Jio Postpaid plan offers 75GB of data. This plan also offers unlimited voice calls but instead of 100 SMS per day, users get unlimited SMS during the billing cycle. Apart from these, the Jio plan also offers a Netflix Mobile plan worth Rs 199 per month, Disney+ Hotstar VIP plan worth Rs 399 per year and an Amazon Prime subscription.

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