After Jio, now Airtel launches free voice calling packs. Know details here

Days after Reliance Industries Limited’s Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani announced Jio’s ‘Happy New Year’ offer that will extend its free voice/data offer on Jio till March 31, 2017, its rival Bharti Airtel on
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India TV Business Desk New Delhi December 08, 2016 14:17 IST

Days after Reliance Industries Limited’s Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani announced Jio’s ‘Happy New Year’ offer that will extend its free voice/data offer on Jio till March 31, 2017, its rival Bharti Airtel on Thursday launched two new bundled packs for its prepaid customers with free voice calling and substantial data benefits.

"Priced at Rs 145, the pack offers 300 MB data to customers with 4G ready mobile phones along with free local and STD Airtel-to-Airtel calls," a company statement said.

The pack will offer 50 MB data (in addition to free Airtel-to-Airtel calls across India) to customers with basic mobile phones, which are ideally suited for web surfing and accessing light social media applications. 

Another pack, priced at Rs 345, will offer 1 GB data to customers with 4G ready mobile phones along with free calls - local and STD - to any network in India. 

"The pack will offer 50 MB data (in addition to free calls to any network across India) to customers with basic mobile phones, which are ideally suited for web surfing and accessing light social media applications," the statement said.

Both packs will have a validity for 28 days and are available across India. The pack prices are for Delhi circle and it will vary from circle to circle.

"This is another initiative from us to bring innovative bundle offers to our customers in line with our endeavour to provide the great value backed by a superior network experience," said Ajai Puri, Director of Market Operations (India and South Asia), Bharti Airtel.

 

(With IANS inputs)

 

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