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Bharti Airtel Offering Free Subscription to Amazon Prime Video With myPlan Infinity Postpaid Plans Above Rs 499
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Screenshot source??

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Airtel will loot in Postpaid bill when they can’t loot in prepaid recharge

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Fpd material when all details are posted

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509 prepaid recharge will 84 days validity with unlimited calls and 1GB/day. But the postpaid plan 499 will generate a bill amount around 550 after GST for only 1 month. Don’t fall in the prey in which Airtel will loot.

It’s just a warning, decide at your own discretion https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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SmallKing wrote:

509 prepaid recharge will 84 days validity with unlimited calls and 1GB/day. But the postpaid plan 499 will generate a bill amount around 550 after GST for only 1 month. Don’t fall in the prey in which Airtel will loot.

It’s just a warning, decide at your own discretion https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

Totally correct 👍

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SmallKing wrote:

509 prepaid recharge will 84 days validity with unlimited calls and 1GB/day. But the postpaid plan 499 will generate a bill amount around 550 after GST for only 1 month. Don’t fall in the prey in which Airtel will loot.

It’s just a warning, decide at your own discretion https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

But that’s not the point. Its the free you get amazon prime with the same plan.

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In current market scenario postpaid is absolutely useless compared to prepaid. I fought with airtel people and converted both of my numbers from postpaid to prepaid. No hassles no looting from airtel. Just recharge for 509 and done with it for 3 months. For both of my numbers i used to pay around 950 Minimum (399 plan) with 1 gb total data with no additional benefits at all. Postpaid is completely useless in current telecom climate.

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ponnukumar200787 wrote:

In current market scenario postpaid is absolutely useless compared to prepaid. I fought with airtel people and converted both of my numbers from postpaid to prepaid. No hassles no looting from airtel. Just recharge for 509 and done with it for 3 months. For both of my numbers i used to pay around 950 Minimum (399 plan) with 1 gb total data with no additional benefits at all. Postpaid is completely useless in current telecom climate.

+1 even i converted from postpaid to prepaid
but thats not the matter here.

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Ok, I guess you missed few critical benefits of postpaid in your analysis.
Although, currently all telecom operators are providing these 3 months special benefit plan, but you dont know whether you will get the same plan after 3 months or not!
Any operator would like to retain postpaid customers on highest priority and in case you just gave them a slight hint that you are planning to move, they will dole out benefits of the world.
Moreover, data rollover is an excellent benefit as you dont know on any day you want to spend more than 1 Gb and on another, nothing, With data rollover, I am at peace and can use the data as per my convenience.
Further, outgoing voice roaming, SMS, temporary discounts like 200 per month is also available. Currently I am paying them 350 (+GST) and getting 20 GB monthly data with rollover facility, all voice services free, free SMS, etc.
Also, in case of any issue, postpaid customers gets priority and in case after generation if bill, you notice some extra charges for anything, you can get it reversed.
So it all depends as to how you want to use the services.

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Did you guys have to mandatorily visit the store?

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THE_Beast wrote:

But that’s not the point. Its the free you get amazon prime with the same plan.

You won’t just get out from Airtel Postpaid after getting the Amazon Prime Free offer.

You have to be continued with Airtel Postpaid for at least 3 months. Only after 3 billing cycles, you will be allowed to migrate to Prepaid and that too depends on how effectively you are convincing the Airtel Showroom executive. There is a lot of headaches inbuilt in the offer in the name of Free Amazon Prime Subscription. That is why I said decide at your own discretion.

As for as I am concerned, I will pay for Prime Subscription and will continue with Prepaid with peace of mind. https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_biggrin.gif

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ponnukumar200787 wrote:

In current market scenario postpaid is absolutely useless compared to prepaid. I fought with airtel people and converted both of my numbers from postpaid to prepaid. No hassles no looting from airtel. Just recharge for 509 and done with it for 3 months. For both of my numbers i used to pay around 950 Minimum (399 plan) with 1 gb total data with no additional benefits at all. Postpaid is completely useless in current telecom climate.

Are wah ….U are genius . Good …Again. I want to say …mostly People’s are From Corporates they use Postpaid connection and they get reimbursement from their co in salary mostly na ..so some guys using Postpaid because co pays na

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honest12 wrote:

Ok, I guess you missed few critical benefits of postpaid in your analysis.
Although, currently all telecom operators are providing these 3 months special benefit plan, but you dont know whether you will get the same plan after 3 months or not!
Any operator would like to retain postpaid customers on highest priority and in case you just gave them a slight hint that you are planning to move, they will dole out benefits of the world.
Moreover, data rollover is an excellent benefit as you dont know on any day you want to spend more than 1 Gb and on another, nothing, With data rollover, I am at peace and can use the data as per my convenience.
Further, outgoing voice roaming, SMS, temporary discounts like 200 per month is also available. Currently I am paying them 350 (+GST) and getting 20 GB monthly data with rollover facility, all voice services free, free SMS, etc.
Also, in case of any issue, postpaid customers gets priority and in case after generation if bill, you notice some extra charges for anything, you can get it reversed.
So it all depends as to how you want to use the services.

Things u said is proper buy they charge small amount fraudly bro …I noticed they targeting to the senior citizen and and mostly ar3 govt servants so they get good salary and they don’t think much even for 500 or rs. 1000 eVrn they don’t talk of rs.200 …I know such People’s who spend some rs but they gets bill like 500 or 2000 also …

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SmallKing wrote:

You won’t just get out from Airtel Postpaid after getting the Amazon Prime Free offer.

You have to be continued with Airtel Postpaid for at least 3 months. Only after 3 billing cycles, you will be allowed to migrate to Prepaid and that too depends on how effectively you are convincing the Airtel Showroom executive. There is a lot of headaches inbuilt in the offer in the name of Free Amazon Prime Subscription. That is why I said decide at your own discretion.

As for as I am concerned, I will pay for Prime Subscription and will continue with Prepaid with peace of mind. https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_biggrin.gif

Yes many corporate get direct payment & airtel also give upto around Rs 300 discount for six month

Around 2-3 month back i was using 499 plan n they gave me ₹300 Discount.

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I will port to Airtel when my current Prime subscription expires, if this offer is still valid.

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THE_Beast wrote:

Yes many corporate get direct payment & airtel also give upto around Rs 300 discount for six month

Around 2-3 month back i was using 499 plan n they gave me ₹300 Discount.

Ahhh ..I genius …..300 off . effectively 150 just

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enapster wrote:

I will port to Airtel when my current Prime subscription expires, if this offer is still valid.

Jio?

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enapster wrote:

I will port to Airtel when my current Prime subscription expires, if this offer is still valid.

Its upcoming

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This can be happening for prepaid as well. In postpaid, atleast, you come to know for what you are getting charged and in case you notice even after 6 months, you can get it reversed.

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iamshashikant wrote:

Ahhh ..I genius …..300 off . effectively 150 just

200+ 18% gst

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Things u said is proper buy they charge small amount fraudly bro …I noticed they targeting to the senior citizen and and mostly ar3 govt servants so they get good salary and they don’t think much even for 500 or rs. 1000 eVrn they don’t talk of rs.200 …I know such People’s who spend some rs but they gets bill like 500 or 2000 also …

This can be happening for prepaid as well. In postpaid, atleast, you come to know for what you are getting charged and in case you notice even after 6 months, you can get it reversed.

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There is some benefits to postpaid also if u can reimburse the money then its good. But in current market climate prepaid is best for at least another year with the way the price war is going on. Almost all prepaid plans are not roaming free with outgoing also. Airtel has a 6 month/ 1 year plan also for 2k and 4k. with 360 gb. But 1gb/day is more than enough for 99.99% people. I have never finished my 1gb limit in my jio number other than 5,6 days when i was downloading a movie.

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honest12 wrote:

This can be happening for prepaid as well. In postpaid, atleast, you come to know for what you are getting charged and in case you notice even after 6 months, you can get it reversed.

There are pros and cons of postpaid and prepaid. Which is better depends on the requirement of an individual.

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honest12 wrote:

Ok, I guess you missed few critical benefits of postpaid in your analysis.
Although, currently all telecom operators are providing these 3 months special benefit plan, but you dont know whether you will get the same plan after 3 months or not!
Any operator would like to retain postpaid customers on highest priority and in case you just gave them a slight hint that you are planning to move, they will dole out benefits of the world.
Moreover, data rollover is an excellent benefit as you dont know on any day you want to spend more than 1 Gb and on another, nothing, With data rollover, I am at peace and can use the data as per my convenience.
Further, outgoing voice roaming, SMS, temporary discounts like 200 per month is also available. Currently I am paying them 350 (+GST) and getting 20 GB monthly data with rollover facility, all voice services free, free SMS, etc.
Also, in case of any issue, postpaid customers gets priority and in case after generation if bill, you notice some extra charges for anything, you can get it reversed.
So it all depends as to how you want to use the services.

You talk so much about Postpaid customers being “prioritized” while all the benefits are only given to Prepaid customers. No matter which postpaid plan you’re using you would be paying at least 390ish per month for a decent plan.

Unlimited calls, sms, 1gb data per day available at ~170 per month on prepaid, there’s no way a Postpaid connection is better in the current scenario. If the prepaid scenario somehow miraculously gets worse in, say, 6 months or so, then switch back to postpaid.

It’s almost been 6 months since the prepaid plans became superior, if Airtel actually prioritized Postpaid customers, they would have offered much better plans by now. Unless more people move to Prepaid this scene will continue.

FYI, this is coming from a CUG Postpaid Customer.

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That is exactly the reason i also moved form postpaid to prepaid. The money i am paying in postpaid is 2.5 times more for a month(470) compared to 3 months plan in prepaid (509). Even if they charge too much again in prepaid we can easily switch back to postpaid. But until Jio starts charging more and more i can’t see other operators increasing the price.

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honest12 wrote:

Ok, I guess you missed few critical benefits of postpaid in your analysis.
Although, currently all telecom operators are providing these 3 months special benefit plan, but you dont know whether you will get the same plan after 3 months or not!
Any operator would like to retain postpaid customers on highest priority and in case you just gave them a slight hint that you are planning to move, they will dole out benefits of the world.
Moreover, data rollover is an excellent benefit as you dont know on any day you want to spend more than 1 Gb and on another, nothing, With data rollover, I am at peace and can use the data as per my convenience.
Further, outgoing voice roaming, SMS, temporary discounts like 200 per month is also available. Currently I am paying them 350 (+GST) and getting 20 GB monthly data with rollover facility, all voice services free, free SMS, etc.
Also, in case of any issue, postpaid customers gets priority and in case after generation if bill, you notice some extra charges for anything, you can get it reversed.
So it all depends as to how you want to use the services.

Dude, plz let me know what plan is that, you getting 20gb for 350. I am postpaid and would like to get your plan.

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