Airtel is planning to take its war against Jio to a next level. As indicated by a tweet by telecom blogger Sanjay Bafna, the organization may soon launch another prepaid plan at Rs 399. The arrangement will offer 1GB 4G information for each day along with unlimited calls for 70 days.This implies 70GB 4G altogether.
Airtel offers 70GB 4G data & Unlimited Calls at Rs 399 – Counter Attack to Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan
Airtel’s Counter Attack Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan
Obviously, these plans are accessible just for those Airtel clients who are using Airtel 4G SIM on 4G-empowered mobile. Airtel is also theorized to launch two new prepaid plans in an answer to Jio’s new Dhan Dhana Dhan plan for that offers 1GB data and 2GB data for each day at various costs. While the organization has not made any official declaration, Bafna has a strong notoriety with regards to telecom related breaks in India.
A tariff war has been going ahead between Reliance Jio and Airtel since Jio made its presentation in the telecom market in September 2016. The two organizations have bolted horns on Jio’s new Dhan Dhana offer which was as of late propelled after TRAI exhorted Jio to cancel its Summer Surprise Offer. Airtel has named the offer as an exemplary case of “old wine in a new bottle.” Airtel has requested that TRAI intercedes on the Jio’s new Dhan Dhana Dhan offer, asserting that it is an entire nonchalance of TRAI’s consultative.
“We are surprised to see what Jio is doing. It violates the spirit of the TRAI directive and essentially continues with a similar plan now masquerading under a different name. This is a classic example of old wine in a new bottle,” an Airtel spokesperson told PTI. “With a weakened financial position, companies will find it difficult to raise the capital to invest and roll out broadband networks,” said Airtel spokesperson.
Then Jio has also looked for after TRAI’s affirming that its opponent organizations which incorporates Airtel are using “unfair and deceptive” techniques, such as, arranging customised retention offers for supporters willing to port out of their system. Jio has requested strict activity and high punishment against Airtel on the grounds of infringement of the permit standards, telecom levy requests and mobile number movability (MNP) rules.