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SURPRISE – Airtel Offering Free Data To Postpaid Customer From March, 13

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Airtel is going to provide a free data to its postpaid customer starting from March, 13. According to promotional mail the telecom operator is sending to user. However it has till not known that how much data will get as a part of the “Airtel Surprise” offer.

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As per the promotional mail, Airtel postpaid users will be able to see how much data they get in the “My Airtel” app and the availability of this app is on both the store i.e. Apple Store and Google Play Store.

The emails says that – “We are sending some free data to our postpaid user, so that you can enjoy the India’s fastest mobile network a little more. You will be able to enjoy this surprise starting from March, 13th by login into “My Airtel” app. Go ahead and claim your Airtel surprise offer and shared the celebrations with your loved one’s. Airtel Surprise promotional offer comes within a days of Airtel launching Rs. 345 recharge pack for prepaid customer that offers 28GB of data, with 1GB daily FUP”.

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Reliance Jio which has upended the Indian telecom industry with low cost data plans and unlimited free calls, gives postpaid users 30GB of 4G data with 1GB daily FUP at Rs. 303 under the Jio Prime Subscription plans.

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The Vodafone and Idea Cellular have also launched new offer of data pack, but that are only limited to prepaid recharge pack, with no such plans for postpaid users.

All four telecom operators provides unlimited calling offers for both postpaid and prepaid users.

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