Bharti Airtel Offers Benefits With Prepaid Plans
Bharti Airtel Offers – Bharti Airtel, India’s second-largest telecom operator, includes a perk with its prepaid plans that no other telco, including Vodafone Idea (Vi), Reliance Jio, or Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, does (BSNL). The benefit I’m referring to will be revealed later in the text. For the time being, let’s focus on these plans and what makes them unique.
Bharti Airtel now offers only two plans that provide this unique feature. Both plans are on the more expensive end of the spectrum. Furthermore, both plans provide consumers with large amounts of data.
Prepaid Plan Rs 699 from Bharti Airtel
Bharti Airtel’s Rs 699 prepaid package includes 3GB of internet per day, unlimited voice calling, and 100 SMS per day. This is neither a short-term nor a medium-term strategy. Users of Bharti Airtel’s Rs 699 plan receive 56 days of validity. I’m still keeping the secret about this plan’s one-of-a-kind benefit. Continue reading to find out more.
Users of Bharti Airtel’s Rs 699 prepaid plan will receive Airtel Thanks perks, which include free memberships to a variety of platforms, including Airtel Xstream Mobile Pack, Hellotunes, FASTag cashback, Shaw Academy, and more.
Prepaid Plan Rs 999 from Bharti Airtel
The Rs 999 prepaid package from Bharti Airtel includes 2.5GB of daily broadband, 100 SMS per day, and unlimited voice calling. This plan is available to consumers with an 84-day validity period, making it a medium-term plan. Users can enjoy the same Airtel Thanks perks with this plan as well.
So, what is the one-of-a-kind benefit that Jio, Vodafone Idea, or BSNL do not provide to their customers?
The Amazon Prime membership offers a one-of-a-kind perk. Yes, both of these options come with a free Amazon Prime subscription. Users will be able to access all Amazon applications, including Prime Video, Prime Music, and others.
The annual subscription to Amazon Prime would cost Rs 1,499, while monthly and quarterly subscriptions will cost Rs 179 and Rs 459, respectively. To be honest, it’s strange to see the other operators not doing the same.
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