Airtel's "Data Rollover" feature can be availed by postpaid customers as well, which lets them carry forward their unused data to the next billing cycle. This service is only for the postpaid users of the company and the users are taking advantage of this service from the month of August.
Airtel's new data rollover plan is most likely a pre-emptive strike against Reliance Jio's broadband services. Not all plans are covered though, so people will have to check their eligibility in the MyAirtel App.
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Airtel had introduced "data rollover" for its post-paid mobile customers in July 2017 as part of Project Next. The 699 one below that doesn't appear to feature it.
It's a solid idea and should find takers in India who are concerned about wasting precious data resources on a monthly basis. The telco has over 2.1 billion broadband users making it the second largest home broadband service provider in India.
Airtel says that subscribers can accumulate up to 1000 GB data and track their usage and balance data available via MyAirtel app. Airtel V-Fiber offers speeds of up to 100Mbps and is available in 87 cities across the globe.
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"These new innovations are in line with our endeavour to bring great value to customers backed by best-in-class network experience". The plan was originally launched to offer 1GB data daily, while it has now been revised to give 1.5GB data per day to users.
"With this, our home broadband users no longer have to worry about their unused data, which will always be available to them", said George Mathen, CEO, Homes, Bharti Airtel.
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