HomeNewsAmazon India starts selling Airtel and Vodafone SIM cards at your doorstep

Amazon India starts selling Airtel and Vodafone SIM cards at your doorstep

Both the telecom operators are offering Postpaid SIM card along with some nifty plans.

The leading e-commerce giant, Amazon has now started sellingAirtel and Vodafone SIM cards on its India platform. The company claims to deliver free SIM cards, however, Airtel is asking for a security deposit of Rs 200 and Vodafone costs Rs 15.

Both the telecom operators are offering Postpaid SIM cards along with some nifty plans. The Airtel connection is available for Rs 499, Rs 799, Rs 1,199 and Rs 1,599. Users who want to buy a Vodafone SIM has to opt for RED plans including Rs 499, Rs 699, Rs 999, Rs 1,699, Rs 1,999 and 2,999.

You Might Also Like

To buy an Airtel or Vodafone SIM card, one will have to log in to Amazon.in > select the SIM operator > choose the plan > purchase online. Within 24 hours, operator’s executive will arrive to deliver the SIM card and collect documents.Within two days verification will be done and SIM card will activate.

Other than this, Amazon has listed number of international SIM as well, which includes connections of the countries such as US, UK, Italy, Portugal, Hong Kong, Austria, Australia, Europe and Belgium.

Amazon

One can also avail exclusive cash back on the first recharge of operators – Airtel customers get flat Rs 75 back on recharge of above Rs 349, Jio users will receive a cashback of Rs 99 above payment of Rs 399, on Aircel one will get Rs 75 on an unlimited plan, while for other operators, cashback of Rs 50 on their first payment.

Meanwhile, OnePlus recently launched it’s latest flagship device, the OnePlus 5T will go on sale for the first in the country on Amazon.The sale will kick start from 4:30 PM and it is important to note that the sale is only meant for Amazon Prime members. Prime users will have an early access sale of the latest flagship.

For the latest tech news and reviews, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

RELATED STORIES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News