• Airtel offering 60GB of free data to its users
  • Users need to download the MyAirtel App to avail this offer
  • The scheme offers 10Gb of data per month for six months.

A few months back Airtel launched a monsoon offer giving its users up to 30gb of Free data for three months. Now with this offer coming to an end, the company has come up with another scheme offering up to 60GB of free data for 6 months to its postpaid users.

The users need to download and install the Airtel TV app on their smartphones and within 24 hours the free data will be credited to their accounts. The offer is divided into six parts and hence the users will be getting 10GB data each month for six months.

Airtel has launched this offer in order to promote its Live TV services.Hence, the offer can be availed only through the MyAirtel App. This offer is valid strictly for Airtel’s postpaid users and those who do not have the app installed on their devices can go to Google store and download it. Once you open the MyAirtel app, a banner ad pops up asking you to claim the free data. Click on the instructions given and get yourself 60GB of free data for 6 months.

This offer is similar to the previous monsoon offer which also required to download the same app. The only difference is that the new scheme has doubled the free data and its validity.


The good news is that this latest offer from Airtel is absolutely free.All you need to do this download and install the MyAirtel App. The only aim of this offer is to push the app usage by the users.

With tough competition from Reliance Jio, the network carriers are being forced to cut down their data rates in order to survive in the long run. Earlier, Airtel had also allowed its users to carry forward their unused data to the next month. This unused data gets added to the existing data plan. If you are an Airtel postpaid user then you can store up to 200GB of data in your account.


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