Airtel is going to offer 100% cashback on recharge of Rs 349. This offer is exclusively valid for prepaid users. Users purchasing from Airtel Payments Bank are only eligible to avail this offer. The Airtel Payments Bank is specially combined with Airtel to promote the adoption of service by Airtel. Recently the Reliance has announced Rs 399 Recharge plan with 100% cash back. This Airtel’s Rs 349 offer is also almost similar to the Jio’s Cashback offer.
Airtel Offers 100 Percent (100%) Cashback on Rs. 349 Recharge for Prepaid Users
Airtel 349 Full Recharge Cashback : The Airtel’s Rs 349 100% cashback offer will fives the cash back in 7 instalments for 7 weeks. On every recharge Rs 50 discount will be given by the Airtel, The Rs. 50 cashback will be included the Airtel Payments Bank account and connected consequently while purchasing a revive, and will be given only once in a month. You can use the whole for different exchanges made through the Payments Bank account also, not only the Airtel recharge. Prominently, the cashback will be given only from the second month from the date of recharge. To benefit the offer, the prepaid clients need to buy the Rs. 349 plan only from the MyAirtel application.
Rs. 349 plan gives clients 28GB of data, at 1GB every day. Along with this, it accompanies bundled local and STD calls, and has validity of 28 days. Clients will get 1,000 minutes of calls packaged every week with no charges; The calls will be charged at 10 paisa for each minute for calls to Airtel numbers, and 30 paisa for each moment for calls to different systems. Correspondingly, the free calls are constrained to 250 minutes for every day, after which a similar 10 paisa for every moment, and 30 paisa for every moment taxes are required for calls to Airtel and different systems, individually.
The strict competition is going on between the Jio and Airtel since last year. Over the previous year, while officials began offering data and calls bundled in generally reasonable plans, Jio has consistently been making its plans more in accordance with industry requirements. In the most recent tax update on Diwali, the organization has raised the costs of its most prominent prepaid plan, and reduced the validity of the postpaid plans; the post-FUP speed has also been cut down the half.