Due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, a large number of us have shifted to a work-from-home lifestyle, which has increased our reliance on the internet and telecom services for communication. With the introduction of the Airtel Black all-in-one plan, Airtel hopes to increase the ease with which customers may use its services.
Airtel Black All-in-One Plans Launched in India
What precisely is Airtel Black, then? It is a brand-new bundle plan that enables customers to connect to many firm services at once. With a single bill for all Airtel services you use, a single customer support number with a 60-second call pickup service, a committed team of relationship managers, and priority fault and issue resolution, you will now benefit from all of these features.
Not only that. According to the official press release, you also receive free lifetime service visits in addition to having no switching or installation fees. With this package, you can additionally bundle the Xstream Box at no extra cost (a Rs. 1,500 security deposit is required), making it simple for you to use OTT services and satellite TV channels. In order to provide clients with a premium and high-quality level of service for all home services, Airtel Black was created.
Airtel Black Plan Details
There are currently two ways to get Airtel Black. For it to become a single-bill Black plan, you may either add extra services to your current postpaid mobile or Fiber plan. Or, based on your demands, you can select a fixed-bundle plan, which starts at Rs. 998/month.
The fixed-bundle Airtel Black options in India include an all-in-one package for Rs. 2,099/month, a plan for 3x mobile connections plus fibre for Rs. 1,598/month, a plan for DTH + 3x mobile connections for Rs. 1,349/month, and a plan for DTH + 2x mobile connections for Rs. 998/month. The full information is available right here:
Visit the official FAQ page right here to get more information about Airtel Black, how to add accounts or services to this plan, and how to manage payments. What about the Airtel Black plan? Or are you going to continue using your current, scattered mobile, broadband, and other services? Please share your opinions in the space provided below.