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Airtel, a major telecom company, has made some changes to its 5G tariff plans, following a request from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai). Both Airtel and its rival, Reliance Jio, were asked to be transparent about the terms and conditions of their unlimited 5G data offerings.

In response, Airtel has updated its Fair Usage Policy (FUP) for 5G unlimited data. They now specify that commercial usage applies when data usage exceeds 300GB in 30 days. Here’s a breakdown of Airtel’s new terms for Unlimited 5G data:

1. Introductory Offer:

Airtel introduces the Unlimited 5G Data offer as a way for its customers to experience the benefits of 5G. Eligible Airtel customers with 5G-enabled devices, connected to the Airtel 5G Plus network, can enjoy unlimited 5G data.

2. Pricing:

Airtel’s Unlimited 5G packs start at Rs 239, and customers on all prepaid plans above this price point can claim and enjoy unlimited 5G data.

3. Usage Conditions:

Airtel emphasizes that these offers cater to personal, non-commercial use exclusively, not for commercial, special, or enterprise plans. Airtel explicitly states the right to end, suspend, or modify the offer/services in cases of commercial or fraudulent use.

4. 5G Coverage:

Airtel proudly launched its 5G services in October 2022, achieving coverage across all districts and union territories in India within a year. Airtel recently launched Airtel Xstream Air Fiber, India’s inaugural wireless home Wi-Fi service. It utilizes Airtel 5G Plus and is accessible in Delhi and Mumbai. Plans for Airtel Xstream Air Fiber start at Rs 499.

By adhering to these terms and conditions, Airtel aims to ensure fair and non-commercial usage of its Unlimited 5G Data offer while providing an opportunity for its customers to explore the advantages of 5G technology.

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