On a recharge of Rs 349, one will get a sum of 56GB of 3G/4G data which makes it 2GB/day
The telecom service provider, Bharti Airtel has made some changes to its existing Rs 349 and Rs 549 tariff plan to compete with other operators like Reliance Jio and Vodafone.
According to the company’s official website, on a recharge of Rs 349, one will get a sum of 56GB of 3G/4G data with daily FUP limit of 2GB. However, earlier it was 1GB/day, making the total of 28GB of data. Additionally, the customer will get Unlimited local and STD calls, incoming roaming calls and 100 SMS/day with the validity of 28 days.
On the other hand, the Rs 549 tariff plan now offers a total of 84GB 3G/4G data, making the per day usage of 3GB, which was earlier 2.5GB/day. Further, the customer will also get unlimited local/STD calls, incoming roaming calls and 100 SMS/day, same as the Rs 349 plan.
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Additionally, Airtel is also offering Rs 199, Rs 448 and 799 tariff plans. For the Rs 199 recharge, unlimited local, STD and incoming roaming calls, 100 SMS/day and 28GB 3G/4G data(1GB/day) with the validity of 28 days. However, with the recharge of Rs 448, one will have have the 70 days validity benefit, along with the unlimited local, STD and roaming calls, 100 SMS/day and 1GB/day.
Further, the recharge of Rs 799 offers unlimited local, STD and outgoing roaming calls, 100 SMS/day and on top of it 3.5GB of 3G/4G data per day.