Airtel is offering a special scheme to attract customers. Vodafone has been doing that for postpaid supporters while Airtel and BSNL have also hopped into the temporary fad. With each operator presently practically following a similar course, Airtel is currently separating by offering a yearly membership to Norton Mobile Security.
Airtel Offers Norton Anti-Virus for Mobiles on Specific Recharges
In the wake of offering free memberships to Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, Airtel has now proceeded onward to offering security app memberships to subscribers. The membership offers a year’s free access to the excellent registration of Norton Mobile Security solution. The Mobile Security Solution gives assurance from malware, shield online protection, lost/stolen gadget recuperation and contact recuperation for the two iOS just as Android.
The free premium membership to Norton Mobile Security is accessible for prepaid customers. Also, the Norton Mobile Security membership is just accessible with prepaid recharge packs that cost at least Rs 199.
With the new Norton Mobile Security Subscription, prepaid subscribers are presently likewise qualified for extra benefits with each and every recharge. Beforehand, the advantages were confined for postpaid supporters wherein they were given a year’s membership to Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.
In contrast with Airtel, Vodafone and BSNL have been likewise offering comparable benefits to their postpaid supporters. The Amazon Prime Video membership is offered by Vodafone while BSNL is putting forth a membership to Eros Now.
In the meantime, Reliance Jio doesn’t offer membership to any of the outsider OTT stages. However, Jio packages free access to its whole biological system of Jio Apps, which incorporates free access to JioCinema, JioSaavn, JioTV, and many other apps. Moreover, the price benefits that Jio offers on its recharge packs also relates to benefits in AJIO app just as cashback while influencing the by recharge.