So you are on to this blog post of mine because you searched in Google with keyword “Aircel free 3G internet” and found this page on SERPS. Welcome to Technos Amigos blog and in this blog I will show you how you can get 100 % official and working tip to get Aircel 3G internet access for free.Aircel 3G Internet

This is not a tip or trick or any gem of hack that I am going to mention here but it’s an officially working initiative by Aircel. Aircel, the Chennai owned telecommunication company has come up with unique idea of free 3G internet access that too unlimited to all of their customers in India. So if you have a 3G smartphone, then you are ready to go. So what’s the catch? The catch is you need to access to the web from morning 6 AM to 9 PM. Aircel initiative of “3G Mornings” India-wide is set to allow customers who always seeks to get things free.

Aircel 3G Mornings Plan

According to this plan you get unlimited internet access on your mobile phone if you browse in the morning hours of 6 Am to 9 Am every day. Well this is the time when all network operators receives less number of calls done, SMS sent and internet access. So the bandwidth is less utilized in this period of time. Analytics at Aircel thinks that providing free 3G internet access can certainly make subscribers to stay on their network.

For those who are interested in using this service, they can dial *122*5*1# or *122*456# from their mobile number and you will receive a confirmation message saying that you have subscribed to 3G mornings plan. Don’t worry this free service and you will not be charged for SMS as well. Once 30 days are completed you will again be asked to subscribe to the service.

Sadly this offer is not valid for those customers who have an active data plan on their phones. So if you want to enjoy 3G speed for free then you shouldn’t have any of the 3G data plans active on your mobile phone. So will you wake up early in the morning to enjoy the free 3G internet access? I wake up at 6.30 AM, but I am on Airtel, thinking to move to Aircel. What you say?