Hot Deal Airtel Postpaid - Unlimited Calling+75GB data+1 year Amazon Prime + 3 Months Netflix free

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Airtel Postpaid - 
Unlimited Calling+75GB data+1 year Amazon Prime + 3 Months Netflix free
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Airtel Postpaid –
Unlimited Calling, 75GB data, 1 year Amazon Prime + 3 Months Netflix

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On which plan?

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freakout wrote:

On which plan?

₹ 499 plan

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there is a 250rs activation charges plus u have countinue postpaid for prime mebership

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I think better to use jio unlimited with act monthly broadband is best ,. Why should we pay 499rs. Per month

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vasusrinu.mnd103 wrote:

I think better to use jio unlimited with act monthly broadband is best ,. Why should we pay 499rs. Per month

But AFAIK one cannot use Jio tv on Act broadband, only via Jio 4g

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Airtel boats of indias fastest

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Airtel is the worst network.. stay away from it..

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499 plan works out to about 543 / 28 days. Not the best option.
However, for higher plans, with pooling benefit, Airtel postpaid actually works out nicely. For 799 plan, you get 3 SIMs with shared 120 GB data and upto 200 GB rollover of unused data, unlimited calls, unlimited national roaming, plus prime, netflix, airtel TV, wink benefits. That works out to 290 / 28 days per SIM. Good as a family connection.

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499 will effectively cost 499+18% GST.. which comes around 589/- per month

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>However, for higher plans, with pooling benefit, Airtel postpaid actually works out nicely. For 799 plan, you get 3 SIMs with shared 120 GB data and upto 200 GB rollover of unused data, unlimited calls, unlimited national roaming, plus prime, netflix, airtel TV, wink benefits. That works out to 290 / 28 days per SIM. Good as a family connection.

How is that better than Jio’s Rs 199 plan/28 days. Both offer something similar to 1.4GB/day (except that Airtel has rollover).

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YogeshG wrote:

But AFAIK one cannot use Jio tv on Act broadband, only via Jio 4g

I am using jio TV on act broadband

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YogeshG wrote:

But AFAIK one cannot use Jio tv on Act broadband, only via Jio 4g

why is it necessary to use jio tv only when there are alternatives

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narayanaditya95 wrote:

>However, for higher plans, with pooling benefit, Airtel postpaid actually works out nicely. For 799 plan, you get 3 SIMs with shared 120 GB data and upto 200 GB rollover of unused data, unlimited calls, unlimited national roaming, plus prime, netflix, airtel TV, wink benefits. That works out to 290 / 28 days per SIM. Good as a family connection.

How is that better than Jio’s Rs 199 plan/28 days. Both offer something similar to 1.4GB/day (except that Airtel has rollover).

Jio has daily 1.5 GB limit. any unused amount lapses at the end of the day. on the other hand, Airtel has no daily limit. So you can use less than 1 GB during weekdays and then use 10 GB on Sunday, without any problem. To do that with Jio, you will need to purchase extra booster packs.
Plus, every member of a family may not be using the same amount of data. Again, with Jio, the unused data lapses, but with Airtel family plan, a member using less data, say a parent, effectively compensates for the higher data use by a younger family member.
And if your employer is willing to pay for one mobile connection, as most offices do, then it all becomes free, as billing is only on the primary connection and the two child connections are free with it. You may get reimbursement of Jio also, though most employers only allow postpaid, but you can not get reimbursement of 3 numbers.

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kusumM wrote:

499 will effectively cost 499+18% GST.. which comes around 589/- per month

since prepaids now work in multiples of 28 days and postpaid billing is monthly, the comparable cost would be 499×1.18×12/13 i.e. 543

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irfan0302 wrote:

I am using jio TV on act broadband

How, it works only on jio network

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kartik-xxx wrote:

How, it works only on jio network

No settings,  mine is working on act broadband

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irfan0302 wrote:

No settings,  mine is working on act broadband

Okay, mine not working on airtel broadband.

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maverickrohan wrote:

why is it necessary to use jio tv only when there are alternatives

What r the alternatives?

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