Airtel Broadband Offers 2017 – Dhamaka
Airtel has given a real ‘Dhamaka Offer’ for all broadband internet users. Actually this is a revision or extension of earlier internet plans. But remember this offer is only for Delhi circle (airtel broadband offers in delhi). It is really a good news for Delhi people.
Nowadays all telecom companies have started reducing their price of usage, whether it is internet or voice calls. Frankly speaking all credits of this change goes to ‘Reliance Jio’. Gio has first started this and compelled other companies to reduce their rates. otherwise a telecom company like Airtel who is known for their highest call and internet rates would not be ready to reduce its rate at all. i believe after this change in internet plan offers Vodafone will also join the competition. We have seen the same thing in the past, as long as Airtel does not change its plan Vodafone remains silent.
The revised plans are something like: The Rs. 899 internet plan now is offering 60GB high speed broadband data what earlier used to offer 30GB. The Rs.1,099 plan is now offering 90GB of high speed broadband data what earlier used to offer 50GB. Similarly, the Rs.1,299 plan is now offering 125GB what earlier used to offer 75GB, the Rs.1,499 plan is now offering 160GB what earlier used to offer 100GB, and the Rs. 1,799 is offering 220GB of data. Please see the below chart to see all plans at a glance:
Airtel Broadband Plans
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According to Airtel new plan revision, the company will install a router also with every new connection for free. Isn’t it amazing?
In this regard, Hemanth Kumar Guruswamy, CEO – Homes, Bharti Airtel (India) said, “Our new plans are aimed at putting India onto the digital superhighway and complement our superfast broadband offerings like ‘V-Fiber’. At Airtel, our mission is to enable a superior digital experience and offer great value to our customers. Our customers can now add to their online experience with exciting speeds backed by unmatched service reliability. We believe these new plans will also drive the adoption of high speed broadband in the country.”
Plan for other cities you can check here: Read More