Affordable Tariffs From Bharti Airtel, Jio and Vodafone
Alongside, the company has also revised it earlier Rs 349 prepaid plan. Within a few days, it looks like Airtel has reportedly come up a new Rs. 249 prepaid plan with similar benefits but for a validityof 28 days. Airtel has also revised the Rs 349 plan, which now offers 3GB data per day, up from 2.5GB per day previously offered with this plan.
This new plan from Airtel counters Reliance Jio’stariff plan priced at Rs 198, which also offers databenefits of 56GB. The other benefits such as 100 SMS per day and unlimited voice calls remain the same as the revised plan. In comparison, Jio under its Rs 349 plan offers a total data of 105GB for a validity period of 70 days. Under this offer, Airtel customers will get unlimited voice calls on local and STD network along with free national roaming calls. The newest offering arrives from Airtel, the leading telecom operator, which has rolled out a new offer for its prepaid consumers.
Users will get 56GB 3G/4G data under the Rs 249 plan through the company website, and through My Airtel app.
Reliance Jio Infocomm has launched a new “Cricket Season Pack” at Rs 251, which packs 102GB of bundled data and validity of 51 days. The plan offers 1.5GB of 4G data every day which is nearly half of what Airtel is now offering under the plan which costs the same. The Rs 299 plan also offers access to al Jio Apps like JioCinema, Jio Music, Jio Voice calls and the rest. So the huge adjustment here is the period of validity days.
Bharti Airtel has announced another new data plan that takes aim at Reliance Jio’s data offering. The same has been elevated from the previous 10 Days to 28 Days. The plan comes with 28 days validityperiod along with unlimited local STD and roaming calls.
The Rs 98 offer has no daily data limit. The other benefits such as unlimited voice calls and free SMSremains the same as above plan.
Last is the Rs 458 4G plan in India which packs 1.4GB high-speed daily data valid for a period of 84 days.
Source by:- expressnewsline