After the new change, Airtel users will no longer be able to get the Rs 49 prepaid recharge plan, which was available with a validity of up to 28 days. Instead of the Rs 49 plan, now customers will have to activate the Rs 79 plan as the cheapest option.
Talking about the Airtel prepaid plan of Rs 79, it is equipped with talk time of Rs 64, 1 paisa per second local and STD, 106 minutes of outgoing calls and 200MB data. However, in this plan also you are going to get the validity of 28 days only.
Let us tell you, in the month of May, Airtel had made available a free plan of Rs 49 for 55 million low-income users during the corona virus epidemic. However, now after a few months, the company has decided to discontinue this plan.
As we mentioned, Airtel also changed the Airtel postpaid plan of Rs 999 last week. Under this change, the company had also announced to discontinue the plan of Rs 749.