The Airtel prepaid recharge plans have been revised to include Disney+ Hotstar Mobile subscription for one year. Updated prepaid plans start at Rs. 499 and Rs. 2,798. This is higher than the previous Airtel prepaid plan attached to the Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription — which costs Rs. 448 and Rs. 2,698. However, with Disney+ Hotstar Mobile Access for its prepaid customers, Airtel has updated its postpaid plans in which over-the-top (OTT) service will be offered at no additional cost. Vi and Jio — two other private telecom operators in India — have also upgraded their prepaid and postpaid recharge plans with Disney+ Hotstar Mobile. Also read : Portronics BEEM 200 Plus Wi-Fi LED Projector Launched In India.
Airtel prepaid recharge plans with Disney+ Hotstar Mobile
List of Airtel prepaid recharge plans which are now come with a one-year subscription to Disney+ Hotstar Mobile priced Rs. 499 includes the Rs. 499 plan, which is the cheapest of the lot. Moreover, it offers 3GB of daily data, ‘truly unlimited’ voice calls, and 100 SMS messages per day for 28 days. The benefits with the new Rs. 499 Airtel prepaid plan are notably identical to what the operator was offering with its Rs. 448 plan earlier that came with the now-defunct Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription. The Rs. 448 Airtel plan is also no longer available.
Further, in addition to the Rs. 499 plan, Airtel offers a Rs. 699 prepaid recharge in its D+H Mobile bundle plans. It brings 2GB of daily data, unlimited voice calls, and 100 SMS messages per day for 56 days. The benefits here are also the same that Airtel was earlier offering with the Rs. 599 plan that has now been discontinued.
The last Airtel prepaid recharge plan to offer a one-year D+H Mobile subscription is priced at Rs. 2,798. It carries 2GB of daily data, unlimited voice calls, and 100 SMS messages per day for 365 days. Airtel’s older plan with the same benefits for Rs. 2,698 is no longer available. Also read : Telegram V8.0 Update Include Flexible Forwarding And More
|499||3GB daily data, unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS messages per day, 1-year Disney+ Hotstar Mobile||28 Days|
|699||2GB daily data, unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS messages per day, 1-year Disney+ Hotstar Mobile||56 Days|
|2798||2GB daily data, unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS messages per day, 1-year Disney+ Hotstar Mobile||365 Days|
Also with these plan, Airtel is offering Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition free trial for 30 days, hellotunes, and Wynk Music access with its updated prepaid plans. Customers will also get one year of online courses from Shaw Academy and Rs. 100 cashback on purchasing FASTag via the Airtel app.
Airtel postpaid plans with Disney+ Hotstar Mobile
Like the upgrade to its prepaid plans, Airtel has started offering these plans with its postpaid plans. The Infinity Family plan Rs. 499 per month and the Family Infinity Rs. 999 and Rs. 1,599. In addition to the Telco D+H mobile subscription, it also offers a one-year subscription to amazon prime with its postpaid plans. Also read : Realme GT Neo 2 With 6.62-Inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED Display Certified
Customers who don’t want to go with the revised Airtel prepaid or postpaid plans can opt for D+H Mobile separately for at Rs. 499 a year. It essentially comes as a replacement of Disney+ Hotstar VIP and offers all Disney+ Hotstar content but can be accessed on only one single mobile device per subscription.
Just like Airtel, Vi has also revised its prepaid recharge plan portfolio to offer the annual Disney+ Hotstar Mobile membership, with plans starting from Rs. 501. Jio launched an OTT platform subscription earlier this week for Rs. 499.
Last but not least, Airtel also organized a virtual briefing at Manesar in Gurugram to announce a showcase of a cloud gaming experience on its 5G network. It was a part of the ongoing 5G trials using the sub-6GHz spectrum allotted by the Department of Telecommunications. The operator partnered with the French company Blacknut and brought gamers Naman Mathur “Mortal” and Salman Ahmad “Mamba” to test the experience. Also read : OnePlus 9RT India Launch Clued Once Again, Now Notice On BIS Website