providing or including basic services and necessities without any additional features or amenities:
Food and beverages are not covered by the low no-frills air fare.
unadorned; simple; plain; spare:
a straightforward, no-frills package of health-care benefits.
offering only a basic service in order to keep costs low:
a no-frills airline
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