{100% Working TRICK} How to get 1GB 4G Free on Airtel by simple Miscall

Looks like Reliance Jio is giving tough times to all its competitors. We have heard Airtel slashing 4G packages to about 80% of the earlier cost and now here we are with something more interesting. Here we will discuss about how to get free 1 GB 4G internet free by simply giving a missed call. It can be seen as a part of promotional activity from the company where they want users to have the test of 4G services and by hoping that they will like 4G fast services and will stick to them by making self-recharges again and again.

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As of now this offer is valid to few selected state only. They include:
• Delhi
• Kolkata
• Andhra Pradesh
• Telengana
• Tamil Nadu
• Kerala
• Maharashtra
• Karnataka
• Haryana

Airtel 4G 1GB Free Internet

How to get 1GB 4G Free by giving miscall in Airtel

Follow below steps to avail 1GB free 4G internet in your Airtel mobile.

• Give a miscall to 52122 from your registered Airtel number

• This is it, in case this offer will be applicable to your mobile number then you will receive confirmation message about receiving 1 GB
free 4G internet on your mobile

• If you want to check manually then you can confirm the same by dialing *121*2# from registered mobile number

Kindly note that it is a onetime activity and you will be able to avail it only once with 1 Airtel number so please use it wisely.

Is Airtel really slashing 4G rates after competition from Jio?

With launch of Reliance Jio, all 4G net providers are slashing internet rates to nearly half. Not sure about what will happen in future, whether Jio will itself consider increase in existing price or they will stick to current rates and will force other companies to reduce tariff rates and internet packs indirectly (they can’t force anyone directly but if they stick to current rates then other companies will have no other option except reducing their price to compete with Jio).