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Airtel offers a hassle-free approach to its customers who want to convert their Airtel prepaid number to post-paid number. Before you opt to change your number from prepaid to postpaid, make sure to visit Airtel website or get in touch with Airtel’s customer service to know about the best postpaid plan that suits your needs. A charge of about Rs 250 is levied which is actually a security deposit for the conversion.
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1Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid Conversion – How to Switch in 3 EASY WAYS?
|Sr.No||Convert Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid Number||Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid Number Details|
|1||Airtel Website to Convert Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid Number||Visit https://www.airtel.in/postpaid/|
|2||Send an SMS to Convert Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid Number||1900|
|3||Visit Airtel Store directly to Convert Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid Number||NA|
1.Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid – Visiting Airtel Website
Visit Airtel website and browse through various postpaid plans. You can then select a plan as per your needs. Please select the option “prepaid to postpaid”. Confirm your number and submit your upgrade request from prepaid to postpaid. An OTP will be generated which will be sent to the prepaid number. After successful verification, your prepaid number will be upgraded to postpaid number.
2. Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid – Generating A Unique Porting Code
You can send an SMS to 1900 mentioning PORT <space> your mobile number. You will receive a UTC code. Visit the nearest Airtel store and fill out the needed form as well as submit the requisite documents which is predominantly your Aadhar card.
3. Airtel Prepaid to Postpaid – Visit Airtel Store
Visit your nearest Airtel store with copies of your Aadhar card. Don’t forget to carry your original of Aadhar card. This is the only mandatory document that is required. Fill out the necessary application form and submit it. You will receive a new SIM for your postpaid connection. However, receiving a new SIM is not compulsory. You can continue using the same SIM. You will be required to switch off your mobile for a couple of hours. Upon restarting, you would have effectively converted your Airtel prepaid to postpaid connection.