Airtel Offering ‘Unlimited’ Data With All Broadband Plans, however There’s a Catch

Airtel's New Rs 129 and Rs 199 Prepaid Plans Now Available Pan-India
Airtel is reportedly revising information allocations for its current broadband plans. That’s in keeping with a brand new report from OnlyTech, which claims that the corporate is providing ‘unlimited’ information on its Basic, Entertainment, Premium and VIP plans. The change is but to replicate on the telco’s official web site, however we should always count on to see that occur sooner relatively than later.

Airtel at present provides ‘unlimited’ information with a few of its broadband plans in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat, however even then, applies a 3,300GB FUP. Once the info restrict is exhausted, the speeds are lowered to 1Mbps. It’s not instantly clear if such a restrict may even apply throughout all different circles. However, it’s solely pure to count on the corporate to impose an analogous cap nationally, even when it does promote them as ‘unlimited’ plans.

Airtel is probably going tweaking its broadband plans to retain subscribers after Jio revamped its broadband plans earlier this week to supply ‘unlimited’ information to all its subscribers. The firm, on Monday, introduced a bunch of latest fiber broadband plans beginning at Rs. 399 monthly. All the plans reportedly have ‘symmetric upload and download speeds’, and supply limitless voice-calling. Some of the higher-priced plans additionally supply free subscriptions to plenty of OTT streaming apps.

Talking about complimentary app subscriptions, Airtel has seemingly withdrawn the Amazon Prime Video profit for Airtel Xstream Fiber broadband plan subscribers. The firm has additionally eliminated the Rs. 299 limitless information add-on pack from the record of accessible plans on its web site, which is as robust a touch as any that an ‘unlimited’ information supply could also be within the offing.

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