Airtel Happy Hours Offer: 50 Percent Data Back For In App Downloads

Airtel on Thursday declared 'Happy Hours' for its prepaid users that will offer 50 percent data back for all in-application content downloads done somewhere around 3am and 5am. So as to execute this offer, Airtel has urged developers to coordinate the choice of booking the ideal opportunity for downloads inside their applications.

Airtel on Thursday declared 'Happy Hours'

Happy Hours is accessible to all Airtel prepaid users as a matter of course and does not require a pick in. Users will have an advantage on downloading in-application content like recordings, photographs, and music collections as they will get half of the aggregate data spent on downloads between the given times. For Example, on the off chance that you plan a music collection download with size 200MB, you will get back 100MB data for the same.

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Airtel has given a free API to developers for them to coordinate the download plan component, conceivably thwarting internet neutrality conflicts. "Any App developer can integrate with Airtel Happy Hours in four simple steps and give their users the option to automatically schedule downloads between 3.00am and 5.00am so their users get 50 percent data back on downloads," the company said in an emailed statement.

Airtel offering 50 percent data back for all in-application content download

Until now, YouTube and FastFilmz have officially coordinated the alternative and different applications are prone to take after, Airtel said. Keeping in mind the end goal to get to this component, all that an Airtel prepaid user needs to do inside YouTube application is to pick the Smart Offline alternative on their picked video and select 'Spare overnight with Airtel Happy Hours' choice to download the video somewhere around 3.00am and 5.00am and get 50 percent of data back.

YouTube and FastFilmz have officially coordinated with the Airtel Prepaid

Strangely, the organization said that it trusts this new element will positively affect the general network experience amid the day/peak hours as 'Happy Hours' may strengthen the non-critical data activity to non-peak hours and may lessen network blockage.

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