Airtel Postpaid Users Can Carry Forward Monthly Unused Data Starting August 1st

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Airtel Postpaid Users Can Carry Forward Monthly Unused Data: Bharti Airtel introduces a new plan for all its postpaid users to minimise unused data wastage every month by carrying it forwards for its next month use. This was introduced as as part of its newly announced digital initiative program, ‘Project Next’, which will see an investment of Rs 2000 crore over a period of time starting August 1st, 2017.

Airtel, in a statement said that, “The step will ensure zero data wastage for customers and brings unmatched value to the Airtel Postpaid proposition. Airtel talked to thousands of customers in its innovation lab and identified that unused data that expires at the end of the month is seen as a painful waste.” This will surely hurt the other telcos as this is a good benefit for all the users.

Airtel Postpaid Users Can Carry Forward Monthly Unused Data:

The Sunil Mittal-led telco, Bharti is now allowing postpaid customers to create customized solutions for the family by adding multiple postpaid connections to their account, and enjoy savings of up to 20%. It said that customers can now pool and share their data benefits across all connections.

The leading telco also added in a statement, “If a customer’s device is accidentally damaged, Airtel will arrange for a pick-up of the device, get it repaired from an authorized service center and deliver it back to the customer. The telco said it will offer damage protection for smartphones up to two years old.”

It also introduced Airtel Secure, a digital smartphone protection suite that enables customers to protect their smartphones against accidental/liquid damage. The new extension can be seen aimed at ring fencing high-value postpaid users and stop potential port out requests in the wake of intense competition from Reliance Jio, the company’s chief executive Gopal Vittal said in a mail to postpaid customers.

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