For Rs 399, Airtel offers free 1 year Amazon Prime subscription with postpaid plan
Following in the footsteps of Vodafone, Airtel has also started offering complimentary Amazon Prime subscription for a year with its Rs 399 postpaid plans.
For the last couple of years, the Indian Telecom industry has been fiercely competitive, especially since the entry of the Reliance Jio with its affordable internet plans and free voice calling facility. To cope up with the pace set by RJio, other telecom players have also started offering lucrative offers on their postpaid plains.
In a recent development, both Vodafone and Airtel have revised their postpaid plans and are offering more data and other benefits. Earlier, Vodafone introduced Amazon Prime subscription for one-year on its Rs 399 postpaid plans. Under this plan, the telco is offering free two-day prime shipping, along with the subscription to Amazon Music and Prime Video.
Following in the footsteps of Vodafone, Airtel has also started offering complimentary Amazon Prime subscription for a year with its Rs 399 postpaid plans. The postpaid customers can now avail the Rs 999 plan free Amazon Prime membership for one year. In order to redeem this offer, the customers need to download My Airtel or Airtel TV app. Customers who are already members of Amazon Prime have to wait till their subscription ends in order to avail the Airtel offer.
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Besides this, the users will also get Rs 51 Amazon Pay gift card along with Wynk Music and an access to Airtel TV. The telco is also offering Rs 50 discount on the bill for the first six months, bringing down the cost of the plan to Rs 349 from Rs 399.
Along with other benefits, Airtel's Rs 399 plan offer unlimited local and national calling without any FUP and 100 free SMS daily and the users will also get 40GB high-speed 3G / 4G data with data rollover up to 200GB.
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