In the wake of the ripple created by Reliance Jio, other telecom operators are engaged in an offer war to please their customers. From unlimited calls to lowest 3G/4G prices, telecom operators are coming with everyway to retain their customers.
Now Airtel, India’s leading telecom operator has announced unlimited calls and data. Just like Jio, Airtel will not be charging customers for data for the first three months. Currently, Reliance Jio has extended the free period till March 2017.
Keeping up with the tough competition from other telecom operators, Airtel has launched a broadband plan for fixed-line users along with free calls in Delhi.
Airtel says it upgraded its network capability to deliver high speed data through its broadband lines using “V-Fibre”. Airtel says it can reach speeds up to 100mbps. Already V-Fibre has more than 3 lakh subscribers, majority of them commercial enterprises.
The basic plan for V-Fibre starts at Rs 599 for 10 GB data and unlimited calling feature is available for 60GB per month plan which comes at a rental of Rs 1,299.