Bharti Airtel Recharge Plan is presently after the popular Hello Tunes department as it appears like Airtel clients are keen on setting up Hello Tunes to their prepaid numbers. While Reliance Jio keeps on keeping up its position as the best telecom operator in India regarding the affordability of data utilization, Airtel and the other incumbents have been thinking of plans and offer to coordinate its costs and bundled data. However, Airtel now appears to focus on an alternate set of subscribers, who like to set caller tunes on their numbers. A week ago, the telecom giant had revealed another recharge pack worth Rs. 219 and it offers free Hello Tunes alongside the data and voice calling benefits. Presently, the company has reported introduced an Rs. 129 plan that also provides free Hello Tunes subscription.
According to the report, the new Rs. 129 recharge pack comes bundled with Airtel Hello Tunes for free. Starting at now, the plan appears to be offered to select clients in a few circles. Aside from the caller tunes subscription, it accompanies unlimited voice calls, 1GB of 4G data, and 100 SMSes every day.The validity of the plan is 28 days. To check if you are eligible for the Rs. 129 Airtel prepaid plan, you should open the My Airtel application or go to the company’s website. Eminently, Airtel prepaid clients who don’t see the new offer, a regular Rs. 129 recharge will get you voice calling advantages of 220 local and STD minutes for a validity period of 28 days.
When it comes to offers close to Airtel’s Rs. 129 plan, Jio has a recharge pack worth Rs. 98. Under the plan, Jio is at present offering 2GB data for a validity time period of 28 days. Voice calling is free in the recharge pack, and clients get 100 SMSes every day and a free subscription to the company’s proprietary applications. Additionally, Jio offers free caller tunes with each recharge pack.
To review, Airtel’s latest Rs. 219 plan accompanies 1.4GB data per data per day or 39.4GB data for 28 days, along with unlimited calls (local and STD), free roaming, 100 SMSes every day, access to Airtel TV application, and free Hello Tunes subscription. Additionally, other new offers from Airtel incorporate the recently introduced Rs. 249 recharge pack and the updated Rs. 349 pack. Airtel is providing 2GB data every day for 28 days at Rs. 249, and it has revised its Rs. 349 pack to offer 3GB data per day for 28 days, up from 2GB per day. Additionally, another new Airtel plan worth Rs. 499 gives 2GB of everyday data for 82 days.
Subsequent to concentrating on data tariff plans for a while, Airtel’s concentration has now moved towards the Hello Tunes section.Perhaps the company is looking to improve its Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) by bundling the Hello Tunes pack because Airtel revealed a somewhat poor ARPU of Rs 116 in the Q4 FY18 two or three days back. When compared to Jio’s ARPU, Airtel’s ARPU is more than Rs 20 less.
If a user wants to subscribe the Hello Tunes pack separately, they will be charged Rs 36 for 28 days and Rs 146 for a half year. In any case, with the Rs 129, Rs 219 plans, Airtel is bundling the Hello Tunes pack. To be noted, Jio is offering JioTune service free for every one of the clients.