Airtel’s Rs 1,599 postpaid plan is for heavy internet users: Check details

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While most of the mobile customers are on prepaid connections, many prefer to buy postpaid numbers for more convenience. All major telecom operators provide postpaid mobile services. Airtel’s postpaid tariffs are similar to those of rival networks, and its most expensive plan brings the ultimate benefit. If you are a heavy internet user, Airtel has Rs 1,599 plan for postpaid connection.

Airtel Rs 1,599 is the operator’s highest-end postpaid plan, but the benefits you get with it justify the cost. You get 250GB monthly data along with rollover benefits with the plan. In other words, any unused data for a particular billing cycle will be carried over to the next one. However, there is a caveat. This data cannot exceed 200GB in any given cycle. Postpaid users also get the facility to add up to three people on a single connection. Each add-on connection is eligible for 30GB of data. Apart from unlimited calls with the plan, the user gets 100 SMS daily.

Apart from voice and internet benefits, the Rs 1,599 plan offers free subscription to streaming services, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ Hotstar, among others. However, it is worth mentioning that you have to fulfill certain conditions to get the streaming benefits. There are some additional benefits, such as free Hello Tunes, Wink Premium, handset security, Apollo Circle membership and FASTag.

If you are someone who needs an umbrella connection for all family members, with just enough data benefits, Airtel’s Rs 1,599 is worth considering. This plan competes with Reliance Jio’s Rs 1,499 postpaid plan. This plan has better benefits in terms of data amount, which is 300GB per month. Of course, there are calling and SMS benefits in this plan. But when all else being equal, this plan does not allow you to add more connections on the same number.

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