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14-Dec2017

Bharti Airtel reduces prices of 4G Hotspot to Rs 999

Bharti Airtel has slashed the prices of its 4G Hotspot to Rs 999 from earlier Rs 1,950. Airtel's 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 and offices. 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 the Airtel 4G Hotspot from Amazon India.

Bharti Airtel is a leading integrated telecommunications company with operations across Asia and Africa.


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