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Shock to users! Amazon Prime Video subscription reduced by company, will get ‘same’ days free service

New Delhi: Airtel Has revised four plans that come with free Amazon Prime video membership. The telecom operator offers a free Prime Video subscription with four postpaid plans and select prepaid recharge plans. The updated plan is postpaid only. Airtel Four Postpaid Plans Free with Amazon Prime Video Offer a subscription. According to a telecom talk report, the Amazon Prime video subscription was available in the plans at Rs 499, Rs 999, Rs 1199 and Rs 1599 a year ago. However, now the validity of Prime subscription has been reduced to six months. So, there is no change in data and calls.

All four postpaid plans also offer free Disney + Hotstar Membership for one year and more. Overall, Airtel offers postpaid plans of Rs 399, Rs 499, Rs 999, Rs 1199 and Rs 1599. Airtel’s Rs.
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The Airtel Rs 999 plan includes unlimited calls, 100 GB monthly data with rollover up to 200 GB, 100 SMS / day, Amazon Prime membership for 6 months, Disney + Hotstar mobile for 1 year, Shaw Academy Lifetime Access, Wink Premium and much more. In addition, it offers two free add-ons for regular voice connections for family members.

The Airtel 1199 plan includes unlimited calls, 150 GB monthly data with rollover up to 200 GB, 100 SMS / day, Amazon Prime membership for 6 months, Disney + Hotstar mobile for 1 year, Shaw Academy Lifetime Access, Wink Premium and more. The plan also offers two free add-ons for regular voice connections for family members.

The Airtel Rs. 1599 plan offers benefits like unlimited calls, 250 GB monthly data with rollover up to 200 GB, 100 SMS / day, Amazon Prime membership for 6 months, Disney + Hotstar mobile for 1 year, Shaw Academy Lifetime Access Wink Premium. In addition, it offers three free add-ons for regular voice connections for family members.

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