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Airtel Rs. 129 Plan comes with free hello tunes, free calls, 1GB data, more

Bharti Airtel has announced a new Rs. 129 prepaid plan which offers free unlimited voice calls, 1GB of data and free Hello Tunes to its users. The new Airtel plan offers calling and data benefits in-line with the Rs. 99 plan which was available to select users. However, this new Airtel Rs. 129 plan comes with Hello Tunes subscription as well.

These days Airtel is targeting those subscribers who like to set caller tunes on their numbers. Last week, the telecom operator had unveiled a new Rs. 219 plan which also came with free Hello Tunes alongside the data and voice calling benefits. Now, the Airtel Rs. 129 plan has been offering bundled Hello Tunes subscription as reported by Telecomtalk.

Airtel Rs. 129 Plan

Airtel’s new Rs 129 prepaid plan gives unlimited voice calls including roaming without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day, total 1GB of 4G data and free Airtel Hello Tunes subscription for the validity of 28 days. As mentioned, Airtel is offering similar data and calling benefits with Rs 99 plan which also gives unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day and 1GB of 4G data for 28 days. So, the addition of Hello Tunes subscription makes the price of that plan to Rs 129.

Earlier, this week Airtel also unveiled a Rs. 219 plan which offered 1.4GB data per day, unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day and Hello Tunes subscription for 28 days. Interestingly, it was the similar Rs. 199 plan with the addition of Hello Tunes subscription benefit.

Coming to the Rs. 129 plan, to check if you are eligible for the new Rs. 129 Airtel prepaid plan, open the My Airtel app or the company’s website and check for the offer. Users who do not see the new offer, the Rs. 129 recharge will give them only voice calling benefits of 220 local and STD minutes for a validity of 28 days.

Also, Airtel offers the Hello Tunes pack separately. There is a Rs. 36 plan for 28 days and Rs 146 plan for six months. So, with these new Rs. 129, Rs. 219 plans, Airtel is bundling the Hello Tunes pack in order to take on its rival Reliance Jio who is already offering JioTune service free for all the users.


Satyendra Pal Singh

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