The company plans on taking on the other telecommunication networks with the release of Rs 99 and Rs 319 plans that offer unlimited voice calling tariffs for the customers. The plan validity is for 28 days.
Vodafone Rs. 511 prepaid plan offers 3GB of 4G/3G data per day coupled with unlimited voice calls having daily as well as weekly FUP limits and 100 SMS per day. The two new plans that are launched by Vodafone are 511 prepaid plan and Vodafone 569 prepaid plan. these two new prepaid plans of Vodafone offers better benefits that the Jio plans. The same plans were launched in Calcutta circle but now they are available for every state.
Vodafone has launched two new recharge packs worth Rs. 511 and Rs. 569 for its subscribers in various circles in an effort to take on the rivals Jio and Airtel. Highly competitive pricing of 4G speed data by new entrant Reliance Jio has forced many telecom operators to come up with new plans. With this new pack, it will be interesting to see how other major players in the league react to the plan.
BSNL Rs 379: BSNL offers 4GB in 3G/4G data per day and unlimited BSNL-to-BSNL voice calls. It is also valid for 28 days.
The second BSNL plans costs Rs 99 and offers free voice calling along with free caller tune service for 26 days validity.
Jio, on the other hand, is offering its users the same benefits in just Rs 448 valid for 84 days. Nearly every day we witness new prepaid/postpaid plans that come loaded with benefits.
Airtel offers 150 MBs of data for a validity period of 28 days under a recharge pack of 28 days, the website mentioned. The telco is essentially offering 168GB of data for Rs. 511, as it comes with a validity of 84 days. Additionally, it also offers free access to complete suite of Jio Apps. It offers double the data (2GB/day), unlimited calls and 100 SMSes per day, but it lacks Hello Tunes service.