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Airtel Announces New Prepaid Plan ₹2L Insurance

The popular telecom operator Airtel is adding new plans on a regular basis, and today the company has announced yet another prepaid plan and that is worth ₹179 which offers many benefits including life insurance. Well, the company is not offering life insurance for the first time for its subscribers but the new plan is one of the most affordable plans of the Airtel portfolio. So, without wasting any time let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the new prepaid plan by Airtel.

Everything about ₹179 package

The all new ₹179 prepaid plan of Airtel offers unlimited voice calls across the nation along with the 2 GB of mobile data and 300 SMS, this pack comes with the validity of 28 days only. However, this package is coming with a life insurance plan as well, and that will offer ₹2 lakh.

Airtel has joined its hands with Bharti Axa Life Insurance Company to offer the life insurance package to its subscribers and the insurance cover is available to the subscribers who are aged between 18 to 54 years. Another highlighting factor of this package, the company offering the life insurance to the users even without any paperwork as well as a medical test, which is really interesting.

Moreover, the telecom company also says that the policy certificate will instantly be delivered digitally and a physical copy of the insurance certificate can also be at your hands but that will be at your own request only.

Well, this package is definitely good for those who use multiple numbers and you guys can keep the number active with the new prepaid plan along with that, you can secure your near and dear ones with a decent amount.

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