Bharti Airtel, a prominent telecom company, has updated its cricket bundles area. Previously, prepaid plans with Disney+ Hotstar features were available in this section. Airtel, however, recently discontinued several prepaid subscriptions, among them Disney+ Hotstar. In the cricket packages area, the telecom firm now provides prepaid plans with Amazon Prime membership.
About the Airtel Plans for Cricket
The Airtel Thanks App, the official Airtel website, and other mobile recharge applications all provide the Airtel Cricket prepaid plans, which are now available in India. The four plans included in the Cricket prepaid packs are the Rs 3,359, Rs 2,999, Rs 999, and Rs 699 plans.
Three of them, though, come with a complimentary Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition membership. Customers who wish to watch India vs. New Zealand T20 and ODI series online on Amazon Prime Video may consider one of the Airtel Cricket plans.
Price, Validity & Benefits
Rs. 3359 Prepaid Plan: Valid for 1 Year
Unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day, and 2.5GB of daily data are all included in this prepaid plan. A complimentary one-year subscription to Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition are also included in the package. Additionally, customers will receive free access to Hello Tunes, Wynk Music, and several Xtreme channels.
Rs. 999 Prepaid Plan: Valid for 84 days
Unlimited voice talking, 100 SMS each day, 2.5GB of internet per day, and an 84-day free trial of Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition are all included with this Cricket deal. In addition to this Several Xtreme channels, including RewardsMini, Hello Tunes, and Wynk Music, will also be provided without charge to users.
Rs. 699 Prepaid Plan: Valid for 56 days
The 699 Airtel recharge plan includes free access to Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition for 56 days, 100 SMS per day, unlimited voice calling, and 3GB of daily data. Customers will also receive free access to any chosen Xtreme channels, Hello Tunes, Wynk Music, and other music services.
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