Upcoming--Airtel one plans

Upcoming--Airtel one plans

Deal Subedar


One Airtel Plan will have four offerings. The Rs 899 One Airtel Plan will offer up to two postpaid connections (additional connection to cost Rs 249) and mobile benefits that include 75GB + 10GB data, unlimited voice calling and 100 SMSes per day. Customers will also get Airtel’s DTH channels worth Rs 413, a free HD set-top-box and Airtel Thanks benefits that includes free access to Airtel Xstream, Prime Video, and Zee5 OTT services.

Next is the Rs 1,349 One Airtel Plan, which offers the same benefits as the Rs 899 plan but packs more mobile data. The plan offers four postpaid numbers that will get 180GB (150GB + 30GB) high-speed internet data for a month. The Rs 1,349 plan will also offer a free HD Box, Rs 413 worth of DTH channels and free data add-on at Rs 99.

The Rs 1,399 One Airtel Plan, meanwhile offers postpaid mobile users 75GB + 10GB data, 500GB high-speed broadband data (speed will drop to 1Mbps post FUP), but no DTH benefits.

Lastly, the Rs 1,899 One Airtel Plan offers benefits across all four services. Customers under this top-end plan will get 75GB + 10GB + 10GB . These two plans will come with 500GB high-speed (up to 100Mbps) broadband data and landline with unlimited calls. It’s worth mentioning that the Rs 1,399 One Airtel Plan will offer two postpaid connections with 75GB + 10GB data, while the Rs 1,899 One Airtel Plan will offer three postpaid numbers with 75GB + 10GB + 10GB data. .Airtel Thanks benefits, including OTT services, will also be bundled with these recharges. Additionally, customers will get free Xstream box, an additional postpaid connection at just Rs 249, and premium customer support service from Airtel.

Airtel will likely soon announce its One Airtel service in the coming days. These plans aim to offer customers benefits under all four Airtel services in just one bill. It seems Airtel is doing a trial run of the service in Pune, which is where we received the image from. Notably, this service is similar to the Airtel Home service that Airtel had announced back in 2018. While that was in beta phase, it looks like the telco is rebranding as One Airtel for pan-India rollout later this month.

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2 Dimers

So costly.
Looks like this is the start of upcoming expensive plans in future grimacing