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Airtel officials from India, Telecom major Bharti Airtel announced on April 13th to offer free 30GB of data to any of their customers who upgrade from 2G or 3G handsets to 4G smartphones.




Prepaid customers will get 1GB daily till 30 days while Postpaid will get the same amount of data with rollover in their first bill cycle apart from their plan benefits.

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Lol this sounds amazing, Airtel Africa should also consider bringing this huge offer to Africans because this is not the first time Indians do receive such huge amount of data.





Airtel Nigeria offers only 4GB data when you upgrade to their 4G LTE network with a 4G smartphone, while Bharti Airtel offers whooping 30GB free data? We know Airtel Africa is a holding and subsidiary company of Indian telecommunications company Bharti Airtel but we Africans also deserves those affordable and free data.





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Sunday, 15 April 2018

Airtel now offers free 30GB data for those who upgrade to 4G smartphones For Indians





Airtel officials from India, Telecom major Bharti Airtel announced on April 13th to offer free 30GB of data to any of their customers who upgrade from 2G or 3G handsets to 4G smartphones.




Prepaid customers will get 1GB daily till 30 days while Postpaid will get the same amount of data with rollover in their first bill cycle apart from their plan benefits.

Editors pick:How to get free Airtime on all Network


Lol this sounds amazing, Airtel Africa should also consider bringing this huge offer to Africans because this is not the first time Indians do receive such huge amount of data.





Airtel Nigeria offers only 4GB data when you upgrade to their 4G LTE network with a 4G smartphone, while Bharti Airtel offers whooping 30GB free data? We know Airtel Africa is a holding and subsidiary company of Indian telecommunications company Bharti Airtel but we Africans also deserves those affordable and free data.





Or what's your say?





Airtel officials from India, Telecom major Bharti Airtel announced on April 13th to offer free 30GB of data to any of their customers who upgrade from 2G or 3G handsets to 4G smartphones.




Prepaid customers will get 1GB daily till 30 days while Postpaid will get the same amount of data with rollover in their first bill cycle apart from their plan benefits.

Editors pick:How to get free Airtime on all Network


Lol this sounds amazing, Airtel Africa should also consider bringing this huge offer to Africans because this is not the first time Indians do receive such huge amount of data.





Airtel Nigeria offers only 4GB data when you upgrade to their 4G LTE network with a 4G smartphone, while Bharti Airtel offers whooping 30GB free data? We know Airtel Africa is a holding and subsidiary company of Indian telecommunications company Bharti Airtel but we Africans also deserves those affordable and free data.





Or what's your say?





Airtel officials from India, Telecom major Bharti Airtel announced on April 13th to offer free 30GB of data to any of their customers who upgrade from 2G or 3G handsets to 4G smartphones.





Prepaid customers will get 1GB daily till 30 days while Postpaid will get the same amount of data with rollover in their first bill cycle apart from their plan benefits.

Editors pick:How to get free Airtime on all Network


Lol this sounds amazing, Airtel Africa should also consider bringing this huge offer to Africans because this is not the first time Indians do receive such huge amount of data.





Airtel Nigeria offers only 4GB data when you upgrade to their 4G LTE network with a 4G smartphone, while Bharti Airtel offers whooping 30GB free data? We know Airtel Africa is a holding and subsidiary company of Indian telecommunications company Bharti Airtel but we Africans also deserves those affordable and free data.





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