Airtel launches a new Rs.1499 Prepaid Recharge Plan with 84 days validity; first Airtel prepaid plan to offer Netflix subscription

The telecom company Airtel is the one service provider after Jio that is offering 5G connectivity rapidly in the Indian country. Today Airtel has introduced a new prepaid plan for its users that provides various benefits and a Netflix subscription which is the first for an Airtel prepaid plan.

Airtel Rs.1499 Prepaid Recharge Plan

Rs.1499 Postpaid recharge plan provides 3GB of 4G data daily, unlimited voice calls, and unlimited 5G data, and this plan will be valid for 84 days. The interesting part about this prepaid plan is that it also offers a Netflix basic subscription for 3 months. Earlier the prepaid plans only offered Disney+Hotstar and Airtel Xtream benefits but this time the users will be getting the benefit of a Netflix subscription also.

Users will be able to log in to Netflix on any computer, TV, tablet, or smartphone but you can only log in on one device at a time. This new plan is made available on the Airtel website, Airtel Thanks app, Google Pay, PhonePe, etc.

Earlier Jio has also introduced two new prepaid plans that also bundled Netflix subscriptions. Even Airtel’s Rs.1499 prepaid plan benefits are exactly the same as that of Jio’s Rs.1499 prepaid plan.




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