Bharti Airtel has announced a ‘Data Rollover’ facility for its home broadband customers. With this perk, all unused monthly data will be carried forward and added to the data benefit of the next billing cycle. Airtel customers can accumulate up to 1000 GB data on their broadband account, which will be automatically carry forwarded or “rolled-over” to the next month.
Users can also track their data usage and balance using the MyAirtel App. The company has said that customers will need to check if they are eligible for the data roll-over offer on the MyAirtel App. Airtel claims that it has 2.1 million home broadband users across the country, and boasts of being the second biggest ISP for home networks.
George Mathen, CEO Homes, Bharti Airtel, said, “At Airtel, our constant endeavour is to deliver best in class service experience and great value to our customers. With this innovation, our home broadband users no longer have to worry about their unused data, which will always be available to them. Home broadband continues to drive the massive growth of in-home consumption of online content and the combination of Airtel V-Fiber and ‘data rollover’ will enable a truly world-class experience for today’s digital homes.”
Airtel introduced the data rollover offer for their postpaid subscribers back in July this year. The users can accumulate a maximum of 200GB under the offer and it is only valid for the base data plan that the consumer has.
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