Airtel reintroduces ₹558 Prepaid Plan with same data, lesser validity: Does it still make sense?
Earlier, the same plan used to come with 3GB data per day, but with a validity of 82 days, which is now reduced to 56 days.
There have been continuous revisions in the tariff plans by telecom companies in India over the last few years owing to the tough competition. Back in October, Bharti Airtel launched several unique plans, including ₹299 with Amazon Prime subscription, ₹249 and ₹599 plans with ₹4 lakh worth life insurance.
Interestingly, Bharti Airtel is also modifying the latest launched prepaid plans according to market needs. The company has reintroduced its ₹558 prepaid recharge as part of the same strategy. The new plan provides unlimited voice calls to any network within India, 3GB data per day and 100 SMSes per day for 56 days.
Earlier, the same plan used to come with 3GB data per day, but with a validity of 82 days, which is now reduced to 56 days. Airtel has reduced the validity of the pack by 26 days. However, without a doubt, it is still one of the best plans offered by Bharti Airtel under ₹1,000.
The ₹558 prepaid recharge is bundled with Wynk Music subscription, Airtel Xstream App Premium membership, a free four-week course on Shaw Academy, along with a chance to win ₹100 cashback on FASTag.
To recall, ₹558 prepaid plan was introduced after removing the prepaid plan of ₹549, which offered similar benefits for just 28 days.
Airtel also offers another 3GB data plan under ₹500. Priced at ₹349, the prepaid plan comes with a validity of 28 days and 3GB daily high-speed 3G/4G data. This means, through the validity, a user can download up to 84GB data.