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Airtel is offering a free 3-month YouTube Premium subscription to select Airtel Thanks users

On: October 29, 2020

Airtel is known for providing attractive deals and offers to its Airtel Thanks users. Now, ahead of the festive season in India, the telco has come out with an offer that will appeal to YouTube users. According to OnlyTech, Airtel is offering select few users three months of YouTube Premium subscription through its Airtel Thanks Rewards program.

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The report reveals that the new offer has been named the ‘Airtel Coupon Distribution’ program and has a dedicated microsite with all details listed. The new promotion has been rolled out for a limited duration. Let’s take a look at all details of the newest offer from the telco.

Airtel offering free YouTube Premium subscription

Airtel is offering three months free YouTube Premium subscription to select users in India

Airtel is offering three months free YouTube Premium subscription to select users in India

According to the terms and conditions on the dedicated microsite, the promotion was rolled out on October 22nd and will run till April 22nd, 2021. Airtel has put up a Google Doc form on the site in the above link to request for the trial code. However, there’s a disclaimer that the code might take up to six months to be sent.

The offer is also valid only for first time users, who are currently not subscribed to YouTube Music Premium, YouTube Premium, YouTube Red or Google Play Music. Moreover, those who have been subscribers in the past or availed the trial period for above-mentioned services will not be able to benefit fully. Airtel has stated that for such users the offer will only enable trial service of YouTube Premium’s non-music features.

The offer needs to be redeemed by May 22nd and a valid mode of payment will be required at the time of the sign-up.  The telco will not deduct any charges until the trial period (three months) expires, post which the user will automatically be charged Rs 129 per month. Airtel will allow the user to cancel their trial offer at any time at no extra charge.

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