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Airtel introduces new 300 Mbps Home Broadband plan for superfast data enthusiasts

10 April 2018, 06:51 | Melissa Porter

Airtel introduces new 300 Mbps Home Broadband plan for superfast data enthusiasts

Airtel introduces new 300 Mbps Home Broadband plan for superfast data enthusiasts

The FTTH (Fiber-To-the-Home) based plan comes at a monthly rental of Rs. 2,199 and offers 1200 GB data along with unlimited STD/Local calling.

Coming to the Jio Rs. 251 IPL pack, users get 2GB data per day for 51 days, 104GB data for the entire validity period. Apart from this, Airtel postpaid customers subscribed to the ₹499 plan are also offered handset damage protection as well as free one year subscription to Amazon Prime along with Wynk Music and Airtel TV. The new recharge comes with higher daily data caps compared to the other telcos' prepaid plans. It is Airtel's first such broadplan plan.

The service provider has launched a plan of Rs 499 under which it is offering 2GB data daily.

Airtel's new broadband plan can be availed in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

In comparison, Airtel offers all the same benefits, but only for 82 days.

The bundled unlimited calls are limited to 300 minutes (5 hours) per day, and 1000 minutes (roughly 16.5 hours) a week. On crossing the limit, the users will be charged 30 paise per minute for every call. This means that the telco is giving total 104GB data for 51 days.

Likewise, the Rs 509 recharge pack offers 1.4GB day per day over 90 days (totally 126GB data).

To bring more value to its customers, Airtel has also introduced innovative offerings such as data rollover (users can carry forward unused data to the next bill cycle), Airtel Surprise and myHome Rewards that rewards users with free monthly data.

499 prepaid recharge plan offering local and STD calls, free roaming, and 100 SMSes per day, along with 2GB data each day. The total 164 data offered by Rs. 499 Airtel pack costs roughly Rs. 3 per GB. However, the Airtel's plan might remain available over a longer period of time.

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