Airtel RS. 296, RS. 319 prepaid plans launched, in line with TRAI’s order





Airtel has expanded its prepaid wallet by introducing Rs. 296 and Rs. 319 charging plans. While the Rs. 296 Airtel prepaid recharge plan comes with a validity of 30 days, the Rs. 319 plan is valid for a full month. Airtel’s new prepaid recharge plans come a few months after the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) asked telecom operators to offer at least one plan with 30-day validity and one valid a month to provide better benefits to users.

The listing on the Airtel website confirms the availability of Rs. 296 and Rs. 319 prepaid recharge plans originally reported by 91Mobiles.

Rs. 296 Airtel Prepaid Recharge Plan Benefits

According to the official listing, the Rs. 296 Airtel prepaid recharge plan offers unlimited voice calls, 100 text messages per day and a total of 25 GB of data access. The package is valid for 30 days.

Rs. 319 Airtel Prepaid Recharge Plan Benefits

The Rs. Airtel 319 prepaid recharge plan includes unlimited voice calls, 100 text messages per day and 2GB high speed data per day. It is available with a validity of one month.

Both R. 296 and RS. 319 Airtel prepaid recharge plans come with additional benefits including a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition, three months of Apollo 24×7 Circle and Rs. 100 cashback on FASTag. The plans also come with free access to Wynk Music.

The new plans align with the TRAI ordinance which was passed in January.

Earlier this week, Reliance Jio introduced the Rs. 259 prepaid recharge plan with a “calendar month validity” which looks identical to the one month validity available with the Rs. 319 Airtel plan.

The Rs. The 259 Jio plan offered 1.5 GB of high-speed data, unlimited voice calls and 100 texts per day. It also comes with a free subscription to Jio apps.


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Jagmeet Singh

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