Airtel offers Netflix, Amazon Prime subscription for free with ‘Airtel Thanks’ plan, know more

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 04 May 2019, 07:21 PM
Airtel offers Netflix, Amazon Prime subscription for free with ‘Airtel Thanks’ plan (file photo)
Airtel offers Netflix, Amazon Prime subscription for free with ‘Airtel Thanks’ plan (file photo)

India’s third largest telecom operator Airtel has revised the ‘Airtel Thanks’ plan which now offers free subscription Amazon Prime and Netflix for both its mobile and broadband customers.

The offer is valid for all the post paid customers who are on plans of Rs 499 or above and Airtel broadband customers on plans of Rs 1099 or above will be able to enjoy Netflix subscription for up to 3 months.

The post paid mobile customers with plans of Rs 499 or above will get one-year free subscription of Amazon Prime while the prepaid users can avail the offer by recharging pack of Rs 299 which comes with 2.5 GB of high-speed data for a validity period of 28 days.

The Rs 299 pack also offers unlimited voice calling along with 100 SMS per day.

Apart from this, Airtel is also offering other OTT content from ZEE5, HOOQ, Eros Now, ALT Balaji, etc on Airtel TV Premium.

Recently, Airtel introduced new Rs 48 and Rs 98 plan to compete with Reliance Jio’s Rs 52 and Rs 98 plan. The new plans will be available and valid for all telecom circles. However, these plans are yet to feature on Airtel’s app but is available for recharge through third party recharge apps and website. Now, let us take a look at these plans rolled out by the operator in order to take on Mukesh Ambani’s owned Reliance Jio.

Airtel Rs 48 Plan – In this plan, the user gets 3GB of high-speed data for a validity period of 28 days. No calling or text messaging benefits are available with this pack.

Airtel Rs 98 Plan – The plan comes with 6GB of 3G/4G data for 28 days plus 10 free SMSes with the pack.

As per a latest report by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the leading telecom operator Vodafone-Idea has lost almost 5.78 million subscribers in the beginning of 2019, reducing it to 409.3 million users by the end of February.

First Published: Saturday, May 04, 2019 07:21 PM
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