• The Rs 49 pack from Airtel is available now only on particular numbers and locations
  • Airtel is the first telecom company to provide high-speed data service in Ladakh region
  • Jio Rs.52 provides only 1GB data with a validity of 7 days

Bharti Airtel is not going to remain seated and let Reliance Jio spread its wing. Claiming itself as India’s largest 4G network Airtel has rolled out an alluring recharge pack for Prepaid users. Now, the customers can use 1GB data of Rs 49 with a validity of one day. Interestingly, this is better than the Rs 52 recharge of Reliance Jio that gives users 1GB of data with a validity of 7 days.

One of the best thing about this package is that it offers 1GB of 3G as well as 4G data. Moreover, this is the first time that any operator in India has crossed the boundary of Rs 50 to offer per GB data. Surprisingly, it is also the first time that any telecom company has entered into Ladakh Region with 4G data. Airtel has unveiled its 4G service in 130 towns and cities of Ladakh, thereby crowning itself to be the first operator to deliver 4G services in every nook and corner of India.


Perhaps, the users need to know that this recharge pack has not been launched in the whole country and will be delivered currently on some select numbers and in some specific circles. There are two more plans from Airtel with 1GB of data limit. The first one is available at Rs 146 and the second one is priced at Rs 98 with a validity of 7 days and 28 days, respectively.

How to Avail Offer?

If customers want to avail this offer, then they must first open the My Airtel app and after this, it is important to click on ‘View Best Offers’ to have a look at all the new pack present under the Data section. As of now, the users can view another pack of Rs 51, which also offers 1GB 3G/ 4G data with a validity of one day. Nonetheless, this step has made it clear that the war of data service will go on in this manner for some more time as every day the giants of Telecommunication are introducing new recharge packs.


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