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Airtel launches unlimited data plan on its 5G services from March 23

Bharti Airtel has recently launched the services of unlimited data for its subscribers availing the 5G plus services in over 270 cities for now. Airtel has taken this initiative to counter the newly launched services by Reliance Jio who has introduced a new set of monthly postpaid family plans called Jio Plus at Rs 399.

As per a statement by Airtel on Friday, this service can be availed on any prepaid recharge of Rs. 239 and above or postpaid Airtel users from March 23, 2023, after its launch.

It is assumed that this offer has been released to align its 5G data offering with Reliance Jio, which is already offering unlimited 5G data according to its “Jio 5G Welcome” offer.

“We are obsessed with delighting our customers with best-in-class products and services. The introductory offer is in line with the philosophy of wanting our customers to be able to surf, stream, chat, and enjoy multiple benefits at blazing speeds without having to worry about data limits,” said Shashwat Sharma, Director of Consumer Business, Bharti Airtel.

Airtel had launched India’s first private 5G network at the BOSCH facility in Bengaluru. It has also entered a partnership with Mahindra & Mahindra to set up a manufacturing facility in Chakan, a Pune District into the country’s first 5 G-enabled auto manufacturing unit.

This newly launched service also allows a family of four to try the services free of cost for a month. The extra three connections will be available at Rs 99 per SIM, taking the total monthly charge for four postpaid connections to Rs 696 for a family of four.

A data pack of 75 GB per month will be available for the Rs 399 plan, while the Rs 699 family plan will have 100 GB data per month. The Rs 699 plan, coupled with the three additional SIM, will take the total to Rs 996 per month.

The company has said Airtel 5G Plus has up to 30 times higher speeds than 4G. It has also claimed that the 5G technology being deployed by it is more environmentally friendly.

The company is working towards offering nationwide coverage and is well poised to cover every town and key rural area with 5G services by the end of March 2024.

Shreya Bansal
Shreya Bansal is a student of Journalism. She is an enthusiastic creative and content writer. Shreya is currently working at The Shining Media as a journalist and can be contacted at


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