Telecom giant Airtel is likely to launch new One Airtel bundled plans by the end of March for its subscribers in India. This would mean that Airtel will bring together four services under one plan such as Postpaid, DTH, Fibre and Landline services and there will also be one bill for the same. With the One Airtel plan, the telecom giant is planning to take on Reliance Jio's Triple Plans scheme.
As per 91Mobiles, the One Airtel plans will be launched around March 25. The report further states that Airtel will initially offer three plans under the One Airtel scheme. The rollout is being speculated to be for the limited market
There has been no details about the pricing yet but 91Mobiles have shared a price list which shows that the plans will start from Rs 1000 and it can go up to Rs 2000.
So for instance, if you are opting for the pack costing Rs 1000, you will get 75GB mobile data along with DTH access and free streaming services but the broadband data will not be provided under this plan.
Similarly, if you opt for the plan costing Rs 1500, you will get 125GB Mobile data along with 500GB broadband data. The plans will come along with DTH access and free streaming services access. The plan costing Rs 2000 will also provide same benefits along with a few hidden benefits that we don't know of yet.
These bundled plans will be beneficial for Airtel subscribers, people who have Airtel DTH connection, as well as Airtel broadband services. Under One Airtel plan, the user will not have not make separate recharges for the plans just the way they do now for everything. Airtel will combine the recharges and all this will make it for feasible for users now.
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