Airtel added Outgoing & Incoming Calls Validity (What is it?)

Airtel added Outgoing & Incoming Calls Validity (What is it?)

Are you facing issues like unable to call or call cannot receive you? or Airtel said Outgoing and Incoming validity expired. Here is the solution for you.

After Jio, People stopped recharge his mobiles. They only using Jio sim for call and SMS purpose. So, Airtel added Outgoing & Incoming validity to force customers to recharge again.

What is Outgoing & Incoming Validity?

Outgoing and Incoming validity mentioned in your Airtel balance checking page. Type *123# and check your Outgoing and Incoming validity. If your Outgoing Validity expired means you won’t able to make calls or If your Incoming validity expired means you won’t receive Incoming calls from others.

How to Increase Outgoing and Incoming Validity?

If you recharge your mobile then airtel provide some days validity for Outgoing & Incoming calls.

Eg: If you recharge your mobile with a Rs.35 plan then Airtel increase your outgoing validity to an additional 28 days.

Regularly recharge your mobile is the only way to prevent your SIM from Outgoing and Incoming Validity.  Airtel new tariff plans mentioned below. Recharge plans are starts from Rs.35.

Airtel New Tariff Plans

Rs.35 – 28 Days Validity for Outgoing Calls + 100 MB Data + Rs.26.66 Talktime

Rs.65 – 28 Days Validity for Outgoing Calls + 200 MB Data + Rs.55 Talktime

Rs.95 – 28 Days Validity for Outgoing Calls + 500 MB Data + Rs.95 Talktime

Rs.145 – 42 Days Validity for Outgoing Calls + 1 GB Data + Full Talktime

Rs.245 – 84 Days Validity for Outgoing Calls + Full Talktime + 2 GB Internet Data

Note: Tariff change based on location. Check your tariff by dialing *121*51#

Final Words

Now, You think to Port your SIM to another provider like Vodafone, IDEA. I also think like this but the real fact is soon this idea will implement in all the networks. Because every one follows others ideas. Actually, Airtel got this idea from Jio. Because we can’t use Jio Sim without a recharge. Again Airtel starts the tech war.….

PC Credit: NDTV

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