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Special offers for Airtel users, 1TB additional data advantage

Airtel Broadband Users to Get Up to 1TB of Additional Data

Airtel 1TB Additional Data

Airtel continues to create new strategies to retain its leadership in the broadband market. Given the competition, the telecom company has offered 1 TB additional data to its customers.

The country’s leading telecom company Airtel has brought special data offers for its users. The company has offered additional data up to 1 TB in three special broadband plans for its users. The company has introduced plans of Rs 999, Rs 1299 and Rs 1999 for the users. Under this, users will get 1 TB additional data.

Airtel’s broadband users get Rs 263 GB data per month at 100 Mbps per month in the Rs 999 plan. After this, 1 TB additional data will be available during 6 months. With this, the speed of 100 Mbps in the plan of Rs. 1299 will get 525 GB data in one month. In addition, users will be able to take advantage of 1 TB additional data in 6 months.

Company’s unlimited data is available from the speed of 100 GBps in broadband plans of Rs.1999. Along with this, there will be additional data of 1 TB within 6 months. The company started its offer in January this year under its broadband plans, also known as V-Fiber.

It was said to continue until March 2019 in the beginning. After this, the company has now increased the 1 TB free offer indefinitely. However, Hyderabad’s Airtel users will not be able to take advantage of this 1 TB offer. There is no FUP limit for them.

Additional features to customers:

Airtel broadband is a company that keeps the new strategies in view in terms of computing in the market. Airtel is already giving additional Data to its customers in the bundle. It includes Netflix, Amazon Prime and other services.

Increase in the company’s ARPU:

Earlier Airtel had increased its average revenue per user (ARPU). The company’s ARPU had increased to 125 rupees. This increase was 25 percent. At the same time, Vodafone’s ARPU was up 18 percent. However, the company lost 8.8 million users in the same period. While Airtel was able to retain its 28.4 customers in the December quarter.

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