Bharti Airtel introduced a plethora of postpaid offerings for corporate and retail customers on Thursday. In a statement announcing the new postpaid packages, the telecom giant stated that "A key feedback Airtel received from customers was the need for more data as the entire family's use of digital platforms has increased manifold. As a response, Airtel said it has refreshed its Family Postpaid plans to help its customers navigate the new normal." Airtel postpaid plans commence at Rs 399 per month, whereas corporate customers can benefit from packages ranging at Rs 299 per month. Airtel's postpaid family plans, offering multiple subscriptions with a single postpaid plan, now include additional 4G data. In reality, Airtel has dropped the Rs 749 Family Postpaid subscription in favor of a Rs 999 plan with a higher 4G data pack.
Airtel New Postpaid Plans For Retail Users
Airtel now has a Rs 399 postpaid plan that includes 40GB of data and unlimited calls with the subscription of the Wynk Music App, the Airtel Xstream App, Shaw Academy for a year, and Hello Tunes for free. A Rs 499 Airtel postpaid package with 75GB of data and Amazon Prime subscription and Disney+ Hotstar VIP connection, Wynk Music App, and more is now available for retail users as a new offering. Moving ahead, Airtel now offers a Rs 999 package that includes three mobile connections: one primary subscription and two add-ons. The package provides a total of 210 GB of data, for which 150GB of data is available for the primary user and the rest 30GB of data is available for the rest of the users.
This plan also includes VIP Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription for 1-year. Airtel has also introduced a Rs 1,599 Family package with two connections that include unlimited data. In addition, the package includes 200 ISD minutes and a 10% discount on international roaming bundles.
The new subscription also includes VIP Service, Airtel Secure, Wynk Music App Premium, Airtel Xstream App Premium, Shaw Academy, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription for 1-year. You can now add a secondary postpaid subscription to any Airtel postpaid package. The additional subscription costs Rs 299 per month and includes 30GB of data as well as the Airtel Thanks features.
Airtel New Postpaid Plans For Corporate Users
The entry-level package in this category is Rs 299 and includes 30GB of data and unlimited calls. Other advantages include Airtel Call Manager, Wynk Music App, Airtel Xstream App Premium, and yearly subscription of Shaw Academy. The Rs 349 Airtel postpaid package includes 40GB of data as well as the same features. Following that, Airtel is now providing a Rs 399 postpaid subscription with 60GB of internet and unlimited calls. Tracemate, Google Workspace, Airtel Call Manager, Amazon Prime subscription for 1-year, Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription for 1year-, VIP Service, and Airtel Secure are all included in the subscription.
It also provides a complimentary Wynk Music App Premium subscription, an Airtel Xstream App Premium subscription, and Shaw Academy. After that, Airtel is now offering two new and big plans of Rs 499 and Rs 1599. The Rs 499 plan offers 100GB of data, whilst the Rs 1,599 plan includes 500GB of data, with both plans including the same advantages and features as previous plans.
Ajay Chitkara, Director and CEO Of Airtel Business, stated at the introduction of the above-mentioned plans, "Over the past few years, Airtel has made massive investments in spectrum, infrastructure and latest technologies to build a 5G ready and secure network that can support the digital transformation journeys of our customers. Our new Postpaid plans offer a holistic connectivity solution along with industry leading benefits to meet the productivity requirements of our customers in the post pandemic world."
Bharti Airtel has also informed its most awaited 5G users via its Twitter handle that "Airtel is delighted to join hands with @intel @IntelIndia for #5G network development by leveraging vRAN / O-RAN technologies. This collaboration is part of Airtel's 5G roadmap as it transforms India's networks to provide the full possibilities of a hyperconnected world."