Airtel Broadband Users Can Now Carry Forward Unused Data to Next Month

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Airtel Broadband Users Can Now Carry Forward Unused Data to Next Month
Highlights
  • Unused data from one month can be used in the next
  • Airtel will allow users to accumulate up to 1,000GB data
  • The company says it has 2.1 million broadband users across the country

Airtel has expanded its data rollover facility to its broadband customers across the country, and will carry forward unused data in a given billing cycle to the next one. The Airtel data rollover facility for postpaid mobile users was introduced in July this year as part of the company’s Project Next initiative, and came into effect from August. For broadband users, the facility is effective Tuesday itself, and is being extended to all users, irrespective of whether they have upgraded to the V-Fiber network that Airtel is heavily promoting.

The broadband subscribers of the biggest telecom operator in the country will be able to accumulate up to 1,000GB of data on their broadband connections with the rollover option. For postpaid mobile users, this limit is 200GB. However, the facility will not available for all plans, and the select plans with rollover facility will vary from circle to circle.

How this service works is rather simple. For example, an Airtel broadband user consumes 150GB of their 200GB data plan will be able to use the remaining 50GB data in the next billing cycle. So the next month, they will have 250GB available for consumption, instead of 200GB. Notably, if the user switches to a lower-priced plan, they will not be able to use accumulated data.

George Mathen, CEO – Homes, Bharti Airtel, said, “With this innovation, our home broadband users no longer have to worry about their unused data, which will always be available to them. Home broadband continues to drive the massive growth of in-home consumption of online content and the combination of Airtel V-Fiber and data rollover will enable a truly world-class experience for today’s digital homes.”

The company says it has 2.1 million home broadband users across the country, and claims to be the second biggest ISP for home networks.

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