Airtel Broadband Users Can Now Carry Forward Unused Data to Next Month

Airtel Broadband Users Can Now Carry Forward Unused Data to Next Month

Airtel Broadband Users Can Now Carry Forward Unused Data to Next Month

Airtel has also made it possible to carry forward the unused data to the next billing cycle with its Data rollover feature. To those who are unaware, V-Fiber is a combination of fiber and Vectorization technology that delivers super-fast speeds up to 100 Mbps with and an ultra-reliable Wi-Fi connection for all the devices in your home.

Existing Airtel broadband customers can check their eligibility for the data rollover facility through the MyAirtel app.

Airtel's website indicates that all Rs 799 and above plans support data rollover.

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This move comes almost four months after Airtel rolled out this feature to its postpaid customers in August this year, as part of the telecom operator's new digital innovation program - Project Next - aimed at improving the customer experience across all of its services and touch points. Further, the refreshed Rs 499 Infinity postpaid plan comes with Airtel Secure device protection plan for smartphones against physical damage and malware. Airtel's refreshed offers come after Vodafone announced Vodafone RED national and worldwide postpaid plans on Tuesday. V-Fiber is available in areas where Airtel doesn't have fiber to offer broadband service. Customers will also get free subscription to Wynk Music and Airtel TV.

Bharti Airtel, the country's largest telecom services provider, has announced new offers for both postpaid and prepaid customers.

There are certain best selling broadband plans that Airtel is offering, however, the data rollover plan can be availed only with Rs. 1,099 and Rs. 1,299 plans. "It will allow customers to do more with their devices on India's leading smartphone network and always stay connected", company's COO Ajai Puri, COO said in a press statement.

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