Airtel offers free unlimited calls to anywhere in India

Airtel offers free unlimited calls to anywhere

Now a day’s every network provider is offering so many things and this is all because of Jio. So at this point of time every network provider is at it’s best. So its time for Airtel, who is now giving the facility of unlimited calling across the nation.

After the announcement from Vodafone, slashing of broadband rates by 50%, its time for Airtel now and that has just offered a new plan that offers ‘unlimited calls to anywhere in India for free’.

Airtel has announced 2 packs that offer free calling across the nation, that too along with data services. When it’s come to cheap plans, those are starting at Rs 145. Users will also get 300MB of 4G/3G data along with free local and STD calls in this plan. That subscriber pack will offer 50MB data to those consumers those who are using basic mobile phones.

345 plan will be offering free voice calling to customers, both local and STD, on any network across India. Plus as per the plan, that also offers internet data of 1GB to consumers with 4G enabled cellular phones. Rest of the benefits of that plan will be the same as that plan which is of Rs 145.

All these announcements are coming after; Reliance Jio has increased the validity of free talktime and data services till March 31, 2017. This is making a huge impact when it’s come to telecom industry.

After the declaration comes from the Reliance Jio, that has just increased the validity of its ‘Welcome Offer’ to March 31, 2017. Vodafone announced its ‘Double Data’ under which it’s offering all its 4G pre-paid consumers double 4G data usage under accessible plans pricing above Rs 255, by this means dropping prices by 50%. This is big news already.

Now, Vodafone consumers will get 2GB of 4G data for just Rs 255 in its place of 1GB presented previously.

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