Reliance Jio has finally ended its free services on April 15th giving way for other rival telecom operators to come up with exciting offers and services. In a bid to take on Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer, India’s largest telecom operator Airtel yesterday announced three new exciting packs to prepaid customers – Rs 244 plan, Rs. 345 plan and Rs. 399 plan.
These new plans are exclusive only to customers who have a 4G smartphone and 4G SIM card. Starting with Rs. 244 plan, customer will get 70GB 4G internet valid for 70 days with daily data cap of 1GB. This plan will get you 300 minutes of voice calls between Airtel to Airtel numbers per day and 1200 minutes of calls on other networks per week. You will be charged Rs. 0.10 per minute when you go beyond free calls.
The second plan Rs. 345 provides users daily data usage of 2GB with 3000 minutes cap over a 70-day period. With the Rs. 399 plan, users will get 70GB data with daily cap of 1GB data over a 70-day period. The free call incentives will remain the same as that of the Rs. 345 plan. Existing users those who has subscribed to Rs. 345 plan will get the new benefits; however, the rest two offers are limited to select customers, which you can check it in My Airtel app.