Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Reward for Airtel customers, this way you get 6GB of data for free, learn the whole process

Bharti Airtel has given a special gift to its prepaid customers. The company is offering up to 6GB of data for free on its prepaid recharge. In fact, the company offers many combo packs with different validity (data with calling). According to a TelecomTalk report, 2GB data is being offered on 28-day validity combo packs, 4GB data on 56-day packs and 6GB data on 84-day packs.

What plans are being offered
If you want to recharge for 28-days, there are a total of 8 plans, of which 2GB of free data is available. Of these, Rs 219, Rs 249, Rs 279, Rs 289, Rs 298, Rs. 349, Rs.398, Rs.448. They will be given two coupons at the rate of 1 GB. Similarly, there are Rs 939, Rs 449, Rs 558 and Rs 599 plans with 56 days validity. They will be given 4 coupons with 1GB.

Also read: BSNL’s Dhansu data plans start at Rs 16, up to 70 GB of data and long validity benefits

At the same time, if you want more authenticity with more data, you can recharge Rs.598 or Rs.698. 6GB of free data is provided with these two plans. A total of 6 coupons of 1GB are available for data.

Also read: BSNL customers view their balance and remaining data this way, in an easy way

Get similar free data
According to the report, one of the above plans is to be taken for free data. However, customers will need to recharge this via the Airtel Thanks app. This is the company’s official app, which can be downloaded from Google Play or the Apple App Store. They will get a free data coupon after recharging. This coupon can be found in my coupons given in the app. The validity of the coupon is also shown there and the coupon can also be redeemed from here.


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