Airtel has removed the fair usage policy (FUP) on calls made to other mobile networks, something the telecom service co-op had added to the new recharge packs declared not long ago. However, Airtel, just as Vodafone Idea, has moved back the FUP policy which would have seen clients pay Rs 0.06 for calls made to numbers outside the Airtel network after the free packaged minutes ran out. Presently, all voice calls, be it local, STD or national roaming, keep on being free and unlimited. The new ‘Truly Unlimited’ packs start at Rs 149 and are accessible in different validity options—28 days, 56 days, 84 days and 365 days.
Airtel Removes FUP on Calls to Other Networks
The entry spec Rs 149 plans is valid for 28-days and packaged unlimited calls, 2GB data altogether for the whole validity time frame and memberships to Airtel XStream and Airtel Wynk Music streaming platforms. While there is the Rs 219 plan which offers 1GB data per day and unlimited voice calls. In the event that you buy a FASTag from Airtel Payments Bank, you will get Rs 150 cashback also. If you need more data, the Rs 249 plan packs 1.5GB data every day. The Rs 298 plan packs 2GB data daily while the top-spec plan in this group, priced at Rs 398 offers 3GB data for each day.
The more drawn out 56-day validity plans are priced Rs 399 with 1.5GB data for each day and Rs 449 if you need 2GB data every day. While there are the 84-day validity plans. The Rs 598 plan offers 1.5GB data per day while the Rs 698 plan packs 2GB data per day. The yearly recharge packs, with 365 days validity, are priced at Rs 1498 for 24GB data while the most noteworthy spec plan, the Rs 2398 recharge option, will offer 1.5GB data per day.