Airtel Withdraws Free ZEE5 Premium Subscription Offer From All Prepaid Plans


INTRO: Airtel has apparently withdrawn the loose ZEE5 top rate subscription it became imparting along a lot of its pay as you go plans considering the fact that past due May.

Airtel Discontinues Free Zee5 Premium Subscription Offer

According to the reports, the provision continues to be had with the brand new Rs. 289 plan that became released the remaining week. However, whilst we checked, it wasn’t to be had with any pay as you go Airtel plan, together with the Rs. 289 STV. Instead, Users became being provided an Amazon Prime club with the Rs. 349 STV, as may be visible withinside the screenshot below.

Brings New Infinity Plans 

The Rs. 349 plan comes with 2GB of each day records along with limitless calls and one hundred SMSes consistent with day for 28 days, at the same time as the Rs. 289 plan comes with 1.5GB of records consistent with a day along with the equal extra benefits. It is likewise legitimate for 28 days. As you would possibly have guessed through now, not one of the STVs, which additionally got here with the loose ZEE5 subscription over the last few weeks, is imparting the gain anymore. Both the Airtel internet site and the Airtel Thanks app have eliminated the ZEE5 Premium subscription provide from all plans.

Airtel, in May, introduced a partnership with Zee TV to provide a loose ZEE5 subscription on Airtel Thanks. The provide, which went stay on May 31st, became to be had to all Infinity Postpaid clients upgrading to the brand new Infinity plans really well worth Rs. 499, Rs. 749, Rs. 999 & Rs. 1599. It became additionally to be had with some of the pay as you go combination plans from Airtel.

Airtel has visible a revival of kinds in current months following years or shrinking earnings and eroding subscribers. The employer has simply come to be the second-biggest service in India, changing the suffering Vodafone Idea. Of course, it became as soon as the nation’s main wi-fi earlier than the emergence of Reliance Jio and the merger of Vodafone Idea relegated it to the 1/3 spot.


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