New Delhi, Airtel Surprise: Airtel Surprise offer will give postpaid customers the option to activate 30GB of free 4G data via the MyAirtel app, As per a report in The Economic Times

Recently bharti Airtel the network provider giant announced free national roaming on calls and data

Airtel is offering 30GB of free 4G data, this includes 10GB data per month for three months and absolutely free of cost.

How to avail the free data

  1. You need enter into the MyAirtel app
  2. Here you will see a banner ad saying ‘Enjoy India’s Fastest Network with Free Internet’.
  3. There is a Claim Now button below it. Clicking on that activates the offer for postpaid users.

As per Gopal Vittal, CEO of Bharti Airtel, this offer is a part of the celebration of the fact that Bharti Airtel was adjudicated as India’s fastest mobile network by Ookla.

Vittal Said “You know our celebrations would be incomplete without you. We want to thank our valued postpaid customer, for being part of our journey. Because words don’t suffice, we would like to give you an Airtel Surprise”.

Recently, Airtel announced several new offers for its customers.

By paying the amount of Rs 345 in March customers would be eligible to receive 1GB of data and unlimited local and nation calls to any network for a month and the offer would be valid for the coming 12 months.


Rs 345 offer: Free local and STD calls to any network, 1GB daily data limit (500MB day + 500MB night)

There was another offer of Rs 145 recharge where customers get 2GB of data valid only for a month and unlimited Airtel-to-Airtel local and national calling. However this offer will be only be valid for customers who own a 4G handset.

Rs 145 offer: Free Airtel-to-Airtel calls local and national, 2GB data per month

Airtel shall also be offering on its national roaming free incoming calls and SMS and no premium charges on outgoing calls starting 1 April 2017.

The Airtel company also said that there will be no additional data usage charge on national roaming. 

Home data packs for customers will apply even while they roam across India.

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