Data wars do not appear restricted to the handsets. With Jio ready to make an entry in the broadband battle in the coming couple of months, telecom firms appear to be making sure that they have spirited schemes to cope with offers from Jio.
The top telecom service provider of the country, Airtel has introduced a BigByte broadband scheme under which it is providing 1000 GB extra data to consumers for a time of 8 Months.
Airtel is providing a variety of schemes below which the consumers will get the additional 1000 GB data. These schemes will be valid till March 31, 2018. BigByte broadband schemes of Airtel go up to almost Rs 1999 and start at Rs 599. The schemes provided, on the other hand, fluctuate from telecom circle to circle.
The additional data can be utilized as soon as the user has used his/her limit for that month. This means that if a consumer receives 60 GB data each month as per his/her plan, then the extra 500 GB data below the BigByte scheme will be started only once his 60 GB (monthly limit) is concluded.
The telecom company is providing 1000 GB of extra data below monthly schemes for a price of Rs 1499, Rs 1299, Rs 1999, and Rs 1799.
On its authorized website, the firm claimed, “Upon subscription to one of the select plans under the present Offer, and upon expiry of a period of 7 days following the date of activation of their new connection, a customer shall, subject to feasibility at the point of connection, be able to enjoy additional big byte GB, in addition to the base plan chosen by them, which may be enjoyed at the same speed as per chosen base plan.”
In order to enroll for the scheme, the consumers require to visit www.airtel.in/broadband website and select a base plan. Post this, they just require to enter their address and number, and request for a fresh broadband connection. Once completed, the customer care will communicate to the user to set up the connection of the broadband.