One Pass, 184 Countries: Airtel Makes Travel Hassle-Free

by Sanjana Shenoy 161

If you’re a travel enthusiast who often travels across the globe, you’d know how cumbersome it can be to keep buying local SIM cards. The cheapest way to stay in touch with your loved ones when you’re a globetrotter is to buy a local SIM. Well, not anymore. Airtel just launched a ‘World Pass’ which enables its prepaid and postpaid users to travel across 184 countries with just one data pack. Here’s all about it.

Airtel Introduces World Pass For Globetrotters

Airtel makes travel hassle-free with its World Pass. This pass gives its customers access to international roaming across 184 countries. There are other additional benefits which include 24×7 call centre support at no additional cost. Moreover, this number will also enable customers to make calls and use WhatsApp. The Airtel World Pass is available for frequent travellers in prepaid and postpaid categories.


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The Pack Starts From ₹649 Onwards

The packs start at ₹649 for both prepaid and postpaid customers. This offers unlimited data at 500 MB high speed with 100-minute calling.  It can go all the way to ₹2997 for prepaid and ₹14,999 for postpaid customers. The long-term plans are available for customers who wish to stay abroad for longer. Also, these plans offer unlimited data with a data cap. Customers can also change their Aitel World Pass packages on the Airtel Thanks app.

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Shashwat Sharma, the director of consumer business of Bharti Airtel revealed to Economic Times that the Airtel World Pass offers customers more than local sims or travel sims in most countries. He also added that with the World Pass, customers can also make emergency data usage long after the pack is exhausted.

Well, what do you think about this one pass for 184 countries? Let us know in the comments section below.

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