Airtel 4G Hotspot now available for Rs. 999: Here’s how you can buy

In addition to Airtel retail stores across the country, customers will soon be able to order the Airtel 4G Hotspot from Amazon India

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Bharti announced that its 4G Hotspot is now available at a price of just Rs. 999. Airtel 4G Hotspot allows customers to simultaneously connect multiple devices – laptops, smartphones, tablets, smart devices (TV, speakers) – to high speed internet while on the move or inside their homes/offices, thereby offering amazing convenience and flexibility. In addition, the device delivers a highly secure data experience over a fully protected network.

Airtel 4G Hotspot is available at all leading Airtel retail stores across the country. In addition, customers will soon be able to order it from Amazon India.Customers need to get a Airtel 4G SIM to activate services on their Airtel 4G Hotspot. Airtel offers 4G services in all 22 telecom circles of India. In the event of non-availability of Airtel 4G network, the Airtel 4G Hotspot automatically switches to 3G to ensure uninterrupted services.

“At Airtel, our endeavour is to deliver great value to our customers backed by a superior network experience. Airtel 4G Hotspot delivers a superior multi-device online experience, wherever the customer may be, by leveraging Airtel’s pan-India high speed data network. What’s more, it now comes at a great price with some very affordable plans that offer large bundles of data,” said Ajai Puri, Chief Operating Officer, Bharti Airtel.

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