How To Check How Much Data Is Left in Airtel

If you’re stuck at home and working without a Wi-Fi connection like me, you will understand how important it is to keep a check on the daily data limit. I know you want to finish all your work as soon as possible, but with no or fewer data left, you shouldn’t really think about binge-watching Netflix. However, there are easy ways for you to check the daily limit, so you can gauge and use it accordingly. So, here is how to check data on your Airtel connection and others.

Check How Much Data Is Left In Airtel

1. USSD

This depends on which carrier you’re using. Each one has a different USSD number which you’ll have to feed in your dial-pad just like any normal phone number. I’m using an Airtel connection, so here’s how to check if you’re using the same.

  • Open your dialer and dial *125*1541#
  • This will show you a prompt with the daily data usage along with the daily limit and the pack’s validity.
  • Alternatively, you can dial *121# to check the data balance along with other recharges and offers.

It’s the easiest way to solve our problem. Also, you can easily Google and find these updated USSD codes for your network.

How To Check Data in Airtel

2. Carrier’s Proprietary App

Most of the carriers have an app that lets the user control and manages their connections. You can recharge, avail extra services and also, check the daily data limit within the app. Chances are your carrier offers something similar which you can download. With the Airtel app, you can check the “Daily data left” in your account along with the “Validity of the pack”. This also gives you other options like recharging your phone, transaction history and customer support as well.

Download My Airtel App 

How To Check Data in Airtel

3. Third-Party App

There are many third-party apps which let you keep a track of your daily limit. Starting with the simplest app of all “Internet Speed Meter Lite” which along with the daily data usage (Notification Bar) shows you the internet speed (Status Bar). It also segregates your mobile data from your WiFi data details. Alternatively, if you want more control over your data you can use “Data Eye”, which in addition to your usual data and WiFi stats, has an in-built Firewall, so you can easily block apps which you don’t want to give data access too.

If you’re on iOS, you can use My Data Manager VPN Security, which also works on similar lines.

Lastly, we can’t ignore Widgets, while both of the above apps don’t have this option, “Data counter Widget” gives you that option along with in-app usage stats.

How To Check Data in Airtel

List Of USSD Codes

Today, in this article we have listed the USSD codes and SMS codes for Airtel network, that might help you, when you want to check your Balance, start/stop service and much more.

USSD CodeFunctions
121Airtel Customer Care Number
198Airtel Complaint Number
 *123#Airtel Balance Check
*123*10# or *123*#Check for Free 2G Data Balance
*123*11#Check for 3G Data Balance
*121*8#Check for Airtel 4G Balance
*123*197#Airtel Night Data Balance
 *123*2# or *555#Check for  Local SMS Balance
1909DND Activation/Deactivation
*141*10# or 52141Airtel Loan Number
*121#My Airtel, My Offer
*121*4#Airtel Value Added Services
*121*7#To Check Last 5 Transactions and also Value Added Services.
*123*1#Check for Airtel to Airtel Mins Balance
*123*6#Local Airtel to Airtel Night Minutes Balance
*123*7#Check for Free Local, STD SMS Balance
*123*8#Check for Free STD Minutes Balance
*141#Airtel Talk time Gift Service [Share or Ask Talk time ]
SMS 3G to 121Airtel 3g activation USSD code
*222#Special 5 Offers
*321#Airtel Live Services
*325#Free Facebook Access [Rs. 1 per day ]
*515#Twitter Service
*566#Airtel Special Offers and Rewards
*567#GPRS(Activation/Deactivation)
*678#Hello Tunes Menu
*888#Missed Call Alert
*777#Local National SMS Packs
*282#Know Your own Airtel number
*141*10#Airtel loan code
SMS PORT to 1909Mobile number portability
SMS START to 121Start any service
SMS STOP to 121Stop any service
SMS Data USE to 121Check 2G/3G balance
SMS UNB to 121Check unbilled amount
SMS OT to 121Outstanding amount
SMS BP to 121Current bill plan
SMS BILL to 121Bill summary
SMS PAY to 121Last 3 bill payment details
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Closing Remarks

Depending on which OS you’re using, you might have the option to manage your data limit from “Cellular Data Settings” from your phone, under “Data Usage”. This also gives you the option to enable data-saving which might help you save more data by cutting on apps that run in the background. So, here was how to check data on your Airtel connection and others. Oh! Also, enjoy Netflix, now that you can save some of that internet.

Saksham Bhargava
Saksham Bhargavahttps://sakshambhargava.com/
Saksham is a tech enthusiast who loves talking about new gadgets and innovations. He loves travelling, particularly to places not frequented by tourists. In his free time, you will find Saksham beating the phone at PUBG Mobile or streaming new highly-rated TV series.

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