Telecom company Bharti Airtel has offered unlimited data on 4G plans starting at Rs 239 for its 5G customers. The company has brought this plan to compete with its rival Jio. Jio has offered unlimited 5G data during beta testing on the expansion of the network.
Shashwat Sharma, Director, Consumer Business, Bharti Airtel, said in the statement: “This introductory offer has been put forward to give our customers almost all the benefits associated with it without worrying about data caps. We look forward to our customers enjoying world-class Airtel 5G Plus connectivity.” The Airtel 5G Plus service is available to customers in more than 270 cities across the country. The company plans to bring 5G services to all major towns and rural areas by the end of March 2024.
Airtel launches 5G service in 125 more cities
Airtel has announced the launch of its 5G service in 125 more cities. In a statement issued by the company, it has been said that with the introduction of 5G on such a large scale, the Airtel 5G Plus service has now reached customers in more than 265 cities across the country. He said work to extend this service to all major towns and rural areas by March 2024 is moving forward apace. Randeep Sekhon, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Bharti Airtel said that 5G has revolutionized the internet world and ushered in a new era of connectivity and communication that will be a game changer for the country.
1 million 5G customers in Mumbai
The number of subscribers to Bharti Airtel’s 5G service has surpassed 1 million in Mumbai. The company made this announcement on Thursday. Airtel recently crossed the crore mark in terms of 5G subscribers nationwide as well. The Sunil Mittal-led telecommunications company said in a statement that it is ready to extend Airtel 5G service to all major cities and rural areas by the end of March 2024. The company said: “Airtel was the first to bring 5G to the country and Mumbai is among the top eight cities to get high-speed Airtel 5G Plus service. Airtel 5G service is available today in 140 cities across the country.”
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