Bharti Airtel Announces To Shut Down 3G Services In Haryana

Jyotis - Oct 12, 2019


Bharti Airtel Announces To Shut Down 3G Services In Haryana

All of its customers who were using the 3G network would get the notification and be asked to upgrade their devices, as well as SIMs, to keep surfing the Internet via the 4G network of Airtel.

On October 11, Bharti Airtel, the leading telecommunications services company in India, announced that it shut down 3G services in Haryana, and as of now, its customers would move to the 4G network to access the internet. As a part of the company’s plan, this move reportedly aims to discontinue the 3G services in the whole nation by March 2020.

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As of now, its customers will have to move to the 4G network to access the internet.

The telecommunications company stated:

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It also further said that all of its customers who were using the 3G network would get the notification and be asked to upgrade their devices, as well as SIMs, to keep surfing the Internet via the 4G network of Airtel. In other words, they need to buy a smartphone that can support 4G services and upgrade to the fourth generation SIM cards.

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Its customers need to buy a smartphone that can support 4G services and upgrade to the fourth generation SIM cards.

However, the company has continued to offer 2G networks in the state of Haryana; and therefore, customers will be able to keep accessing the Internet on their feature phones.

According to the Hub CEO of Upper North at Bharti Airtel Manu Sood:

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Before the shutdown, the company provided 3G services in the 2100 Mhz band in Haryana. This broadband is now used for the 4G network.

In 2011, Airtel launched its Airtel Smartbytes and Broadband services in India to help users recharge their data plan. The service has been considered as the company's best service. Airtel SmartBytes allows customers to buy additional data with choices of data packs from 1 GB to 50 GB, featuring a starting price of Rs 99.

Furthermore, SmartBytes Airtel lets users track their internet usage and alerts them when they have used up 80 percent and 100 percent of their high-speed data. This process is very simple and straightforward. With an Internet connection, all you have to do is visit the official site. There, you can visit the settings menu where you can see your data consumption. Your DSL amount is also visible on the webpage. You can find more information about Airtel SmartBytes here. 

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Users can track their Internet usage via the official website.

You can check all of Airtel Smartbytes' plans here.  

The service offers users with some reasonable top-up choices. This will allow customers to buy more data according to their budget.

1GB for Rs 99 10GB for Rs 499
2GB for Rs 159 20GB for Rs 799
5GB for Rs 299 50GB for Rs 1499

If you are on a tight budget, these top-up plans are considered to be cheap. These plans work for both your home and mobile internet. You can top-up your data via two methods: via the official Airtel site or via Smartbytes mobile app. You can read more about how to check Airtel Smartbytes data usage and top up your data plan here.

>>> Airtel Store Near Me: Simple Ways To Find Airtel Store In India

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