Now, all unused monthly data will be carried forward and added to the data benefit of the next billing cycle Airtel Broadband Data Rollover: Now You Can Carry Forward Unused Internet Data
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Airtel has expanded its data rollover facility to its broadband customers across the country, and will carry forward unused data in a given billing cycle to the next one.
Under the ‘Data Rollover’ facility for its home broadband customers, Bharti Airtel said «all unused monthly data will be carried forward and added to the data benefit of the next billing cycle». Customers will be able accumulate up to 1,000 GB data and the same can be tracked on MyAirtel App.
After postpaid users, Airtel is now making it possible for its broadband users to carry forward the unused data and add it to the benefit of the next billing cycle. The country’s largest telecom company on Tuesday launched the new Data Rollover facility for the home broadband users.
Well, Airtel curbed this issue with the introduction of “Data Rollover” facility for home broadband users. This means that all unused broadband data is now carry forward to the next billing cycle, hence users will never waste any data they actually pay for.
Under the Broadband Data Rollover scheme, Airtel broadband users can carry forward all the unused monthly data from current billing cycle to next billing cycle. This move will further enhance the
Airtel said customers will be able to carry forward their unused data up to a cap of 1000 GB. They will be able to track their usage and available data balance on MyAirtel App.
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Airtel on Tuesday announced extending its “data rollover” facility for its broadband customers. The facility allows users to carry forward the unused monthly data to the next month.