The leading mobile network operator Aircel has launched new data packs and voice combo packs for its customers in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana circles today. In order to survive from its competitors, the company has launched Aircel New Data Packs and voice combo packs targeting the high data and voice uses.

After the entry of Reliance Jio, the leading mobile communication operators Airtel, Idea and few more telecom operators has come up with new plans and features to attract its users. Following the same strategy, Aircel has also revealed new data plans and voice packs of RC 497, RC555, RC599 and RC799.

What Aircel is offering for its Customers?

Aircel has unveiled four new data plans such as RC555, RC497, RC599 and RC799. On RC555 pack, customers get full talk time of Rs. 555 along with 5GB of 3G data. RC497 offers 10 GB of 3G data. RC599 offers unlimited local calls and 1.5GB of 3G while RC799 comes with unlimited local and STD class along with 2.5GB of 3G data. All the packs have a validity of 28 days.

Aircel new data plan Introduces of 1GB 3G data for Rs. 24

Speaking to media, Venkatesan, AP and Telangana Circle Operations Head, Aircel, said, “To survive from neighboring telecom operators’ competition and give the best to its users, Aircel is offering 3G data packs and voice combo packs to customers. For example, on RC555, the users can get full talk time of Rs 555 and also 5 GB 3GB data. This means 5GB of 3G data is practically free to the customers. By launching such high value of products. The company continues to offer the lowest price for 1GB 3G data.

Aircel has been launching such combo packs and data plans across the states. Recently the company has launched the new offer titled as “Limit Ze Zyada” in Tamil Nadu circle. Limit Se Zyada MAHA recharge gives you a recharge of Rs. 777 and offers Rs. 700 talk time and 7GB 3g Data. The pack is valid for 30 days. On the flip side, Limit Se Zyada MEGA recharge allows you to get Rs 285 which offers Rs. 100 talk time and 1 GB 3G data with free local SMS for 30 days.

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