India’s top carrier Bharti Airtel Thursday launched two new free voice calling packs at Rs 145 and Rs 345 respectively for its prepaid customers with substantial data benefits.
These two packs add to Airtel’s wide bouquet of innovative packs and plans for customers, offering them more flexibility, the Gurgaon-based telco in a statement said.
The move comes on close heels of arch rival state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited’s (BSNL) plan to launch Rs 149 worth plan to offer unlimited local and national voice calls in the wake of Reliance Jio’s lifetime voice offer.
The Rs 145 pack allows subscribers to avail 300 MB data with free local and national Airtel-to-Airtel calls with a validity of 28 days, and Rs 345 pack offers 1GB data on 4G-ready devices and free local and national to any network in the country.
Idea Cellular has announced today that it is launching two monthly voice packs that will provide unlimited voice calling. Prepaid packs of Rs 148 and Rs 348 will provide customers unlimited local and STD voice calling, along with data benefits.
With the Rs 148 recharge customers will be able to make free Local and STD Idea-to-Idea calls across India and get 50MB of data. Customers with 4G handsets will get 300 MB of data in addition to voice benefit. The Rs 348 recharge offers free Local and STD calls across all networks in India along with 50MB of data. In the same pack, customers with 4G handsets will get 1 GB of data in addition to voice benefit. The validity of both packs is 28 days. Pricing of the packs will slightly differ in various network circles of Idea.