Do note that Airtel is offering "up to" 60GB free data.
Airtel's 60GB offer is valid only for its postpaid customers and MyAirtel app users.
You can also download the app with a banner advertisement on the top in MyAirtel app. After following all instructions, within 24 hours the free data will be credited to his postpaid account.
The new offer is somewhat similar to the Airtel Monsoon offer, which the company offered three months ago. The 60GB data will be given to users for free over a period of 6 months, where 10GB data per month will be credited to accounts automatically. However, that offer was valid only for three months, whereas this new offer from Airtel is valid for six months. Users can download and install all Airtel TV application and also the operator is providing live TV service.
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Sara Juarez is a senior at Moore High School and the cousin of OU student Vanessa Meraz who introduced many of Friday's speakers. There's no reason this opportunity should not extend to young immigrants brought here as children who know no other home.
Airtel recently announced its Postpaid Promise scheme, under which the operator is allowing its postpaid subscribers to carry forward this month's unused data to next month. However, to avail this offer, you need to perform a small task. In this way 60 GB for six months.
First of all, you have to download the Airtel TV app to your iOS or Android device from the respective App Store or Play Store. Once it done, open the app, and click of the banner ad and redeem the free data.
If you have successfully downloaded and installed the app, Airtel will send you a notification through SMS on your registered mobile number.
Bharti Airtel on Saturday announced a new free data plan for its postpaid users. The limit od data that a postpaid user can store in his postpaid account is upto 200 GB.
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