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How To Activate Zero Rental 3g Plan In Airtel To Get Fast Speed In VPN Tricks

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Many of our users are saying that they are not getting speed in VPN Tricks for Airtel. We advised them to activate small 3g plan. But Airtel's smallest 3g pack is for Rs.23 which is valid for 2 days (may be diffrent in some states). So our users get disappointed. But don't worry this KHOJI cares for our users. So we have found new way to Activate Airtel's Zero Rental 3g Plan.

There are Two Methods To Activate This Plan:


You Can Call Customer Care And Ask Them To Activate Zero Rental 3g Plan.

Problem is here that mostly the exuctives say that there is no such a plan. For people who got this kind of problem we have found the second method. Read it..


*. First Goto This Page.

*. Click on Recharge button under "Zero Rental 3g plan". Don't worry you wouldn't be charged because it is for Rs.0 means free.

*. On the next window enter your mobile number.

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*. After entering the mobile number you will receive an OTP (One Time Password) For Login.

*. Login with your mobile number and OTP.

*. After that confirm your recharge for Zero Rental Plan.

*. About in 15 minutes you will receive sms confirming that the zero rental plan is activated. This plan costs 4p/10kb cheaper than 2g plan which costs 10p/10kb .

Now all done You will now get 3g speed. Don't forget to select 3G or WCDMA in Network Type and stay in 3g area.

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