Aircel brings new unified mobile internet plans; 3G data at 2G rates

Aircel, one of India’s leading telecom operators have just announced their new unified mobile internet plans for its customers all across the country. Aircel claims that it is the first operator to offer a unified internet plan.


The new unified mobile internet plans will surely bring 3G to the masses as the 3G data is now available at 2G rates. The new plans will let the users use the 2G or 3G data based on their phone at the same price. The new 1 GB data plan which comes at Rs. 128 will let users with a 2G phone use the data at 2G speed while if you have 3G smartphone, you can use the internet plan at high speed 3G, cool isn’t it?

There’s a 7-day plan as well at Rs. 27 which brings you great value for money, it offers unlimited 3G/2G internet for a week. Check out the plans according to the Circle you belong to:


Price points

Delhi PI 29 PI 134 (1GB)
Mumbai PI 28 PI 129 (1.5GB)
Rajasthan PI 29 PI 128 (1.5 GB)
RoM PI 28 PI 128 (1.5GB)
Kolkata PI 27 PI 128 (1GB)
RoWB PI 27 PI 128 (1GB)
Chennai PI 29 PI 128 (1GB)
RoTN PI 29 PI 128 (1GB)
Orissa PI 27 PI 128 (1GB)
Karnataka PI 37 PI 198 (1.5GB)
AP PI 37 PI 197 (1.5GB)

Aircel recently partnered with Micromax to bring some really great plans bundled with Micromax smartphones and now the new mobile internet plans should help them really get more traction since we all know that feature phone is a dying market and smartphone are here to rise. Tell us what you think of the new data plans from Aircel ? Sound off in the comment section below..

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