Telecom companies have continuously offered new offers to support the corona virus lockdown. Let us tell you about those offers of Airtel which have been launched recently.
New Delhi: Airtel has continuously launched new offers for its customers. The country has a 21-day
lockdown due to the corona virus . Meanwhile, telecom companies have also increased the validity of all their prepaid plans. Internet usage has increased due to work from home and in this way Airtel, Jio, Vodafone, BSNL have continuously launched new data packs. Airtel has also recently announced free talktime of Rs 10 for its customers. Today we will tell you about those plans of Airtel, which have been launched recently. If your internet usage has increased, you can also choose an offer from our list for yourself.Data Add-on Pack for Work from Home
Airtel has announced two data add-on packs for all its postpaid users. The company has introduced an Rs 100 add-on pack for Work from Home, which offers 15 GB of data. Let us know that this pack has been available since January but during the lockdown, it has been launched with the tag ‘work from home with ease’. At the same time, the cost of another add-on pack is Rs 200 and it gets 35 GB data.
of new recharge options for digital connectivity
Airtel has introduced another new offer amid lockdown. Bharti Airtel has introduced new recharge options for its customers. Airtel has announced that Airtel prepaid numbers will now be recharged at ATM machines, grocery stores and pharmacy stores. Airtel says that retail stores are closed till April 14 due to the lockdown. Customers continue to get Airtel connectivity without any hassle, hence Airtel has partnered with HDFC and ICICI Bank, Big Bazaar, Apollo.
increase now . Validity of prepaid plan
Airtel has increased the validity of prepaid plan for its 8 crore users till 17 April. This means that even after the recharge is over, the incoming call facility will be available on the phone numbers of these users.
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10 rupees talk time offer.
Airtel has also announced free of cost 10 rupees talk time in the accounts of its 8 crore low-income users like Jio, Vodafone and BSNL. This is credited directly to the account of the talktime users.
becomes free Telecom operator Bharti Airtel has made its e-book platform Juggernaut Books free. The country is under lockdown due to Corona virus and the telecom company has taken this step in support of the people living in the houses. Airtel said in a statement, ‘People of the country are in their homes in support of government efforts to prevent COVID-19 infection. Now people who are fond of reading can download the app on their smartphone and get free access to all books and novels on Jagarnot Books (earlier it was Airtel Books). Recall that Airtel acquired Juggernaut Books in 2017.