Airtel offers free additional data, upgrade to higher speeds


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Airtel offers free additional data, upgrade to higher speeds for broadband customers

Existing customer New Customer Value Under “Airtel Surprises” customers can get higher speed or additional data completely free Reduction of up to 30% on Airtel home broadband plans Speed Free upgrade to the higher available speeds at no additional cost Pay only for the data consumption & Airtel will offer the highest speed available in the area at no premium
Airtel has launched new offers for existing as well as new home broadband customers. Airtel Surprises offers free additional data or upgrade to higher speeds for existing customers on their existing plans, completely free of cost. Airtel has also slashed the rates of its home broadband plans by up to 30% for all new activations.

Airtel Broadband plans now start at Rs. 699 and comes with free subscription of F-Secure antivirus and parental control for 3 devices along with a Wi-Fi router at no extra cost.
To avail these offers, Airtel customers can head to, enter their DSL ID or Landline number and unlock the customized gifts such as free data, upgrade to higher speeds and even discounts. According to the website, extra data are recurring in nature and will be refreshed with every bill cycle, but they will expire if you migrate from your current plan.
Announcing the offers, Hemanth Kumar Guruswamy, CEO – Homes, Bharti Airtel (India) said:
As a company that has provided robust and reliable internet service to consumers, we are excited to offer additional benefits to all our customers across about 100 towns and thereby further enhance their internet experience. This is in addition to the 24X7 free voice calling offer that we had launched recently for all our customers and will together enable an unmatched home broadband experience on Airtel for each customer. Our speed capabilities, highest uptime, 24X7 customer support, faster resolutions together make Airtel the most reliable home broadband service in India today .