Airtel introduces new postpaid tariffs for private and corporate customers: all the details about what has changed and what has not

New Delhi, July 22, 2021: Bharti Airtel has announced something new Postpaid plans for both corporate and private customers. The new business plans start at Rs 299 and go up to Rs 1599. The data offered is 30 GB and 500 GB, respectively. While the retail plans start at Rs 399 and go all the way up to Rs 1599.
The company says new plans aim to meet demand for more data in the post-pandemic world, where “the abundance of high-speed data is becoming increasingly a key need for customers; because working from home and online education are the new normal ”. The new plans also offer a number of exclusive benefits such as bundled content and productivity tools for businesses.
New company postpaid tariffs from Airtel

  • 299 rupees: 30 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; additional benefits include Airtel Call Manager; Wynk Music App, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy (1 year)
  • 349 rupees: 40 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; additional benefits include Airtel Call Manager; Wynk Music App, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy (1 year)
  • 399 rupees: 60 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; additional benefits include Tracemate, Google Workspace, Airtel Call Manager; Amazon Prime (1 year), Disney + Hotstar VIP (1 year), VIP-Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy.
  • 499 rupees: 100 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; additional benefits include Tracemate, Google Workspace, Airtel Call Manager; Amazon Prime (1 year), Disney + Hotstar VIP (1 year), VIP-Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy.
  • Rs 499: 100 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; additional benefits include Tracemate, Google Workspace, Airtel Call Manager; Amazon Prime (1 year), Disney + Hotstar VIP (1 year), VIP-Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy.
  • 1599 rupees: 500 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; additional benefits include Tracemate, Google Workspace, Airtel Call Manager; Amazon Prime (1 year), Disney + Hotstar VIP (1 year), VIP-Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy.

Airtel’s new corporate postpaid tariffs

New postpaid tariffs for private customers from Airtel

  • 399 rupees: 40 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; Additional benefits include Wynk Music App, Airtel Xstream App, Shaw Academy (1 year), free Hellotunes
  • 499 rupees: 75 GB of data offered and unlimited calls; Additional benefits include Wynk Music App, Airtel Xstream App, Shaw Academy (1 year), free Hellotunes
  • Rs 999 (family plan 1 + 2 add-on): Data offer 210 GB (150 + 30 + 30); Additional benefits include Amazon Prime (1 year), Disney + Hotstar VIP (1 year), VIP service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy.
  • Rs 1599 (Family Plan 1 + 1 Add-On): Unlimited data and calls; Additional services Amazon Prime (1 year), Disney + Hotstar VIP (1 year), VIP Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy.

Airtel’s new postpaid plans for private customers

Special Rs 299 add-on plan
For only 299 rupees per SIM, customers can add a connection to any Airtel postpaid tariff and receive 30 GB of additional data (previously 10 GB), unlimited calls and thank you benefits.
Rs 749 family postpaid tariff discontinued
Airtel has discontinued its Rs 749 Family Postpaid Plan for new customers and is now offering Rs 999 as the only Family Postpaid Plan. The plan offers expanded data benefits, according to the company. Now customers can add a connection to any Airtel postpaid tariff for only Rs 299 per SIM and receive 30 GB of additional data (previously 10 GB), unlimited calls and thank you benefits.
How can corporate customers switch to new tariffs
All eligible Airtel corporate customers will, if applicable, be migrated to the new tariffs from their subsequent billing cycles according to the company.

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