Bharti Airtel has also come up with another plan worth Rs 5, under which it is offering 4GB 3G and 4G data for 7 days. Jio under its Rs 399 plan is offering unlimited voice calling facility, both STD and local. Nevertheless, the plans offer different recharge options in different circles. Here's a quick look at all the new Airtel plans.
- Rs 309 pack: Unlimited data at 4G speed for 56 days with a FUP of 1GB per day.
Amid a highly competitive telecom market led by Reliance Jio, Vodafone India is offering up to 250 MB of mobile data to its prepaid customers at Rs 87, among other benefits.
- Rs 399 pack: Unlimited data at 4G speed for 90 days with a FUP of 1GB per day. Jio has also launched cheap recharge plans.
Under the Rs 399 plan, Airtel is offering Rs unlimited voice calling facility, both local and STD to its prepaid users.
The move could also hit Vodafone and Idea, which do not have as much spectrum as Bharti Airtel at present and cannot sustain the heavy load created by big packs. The consumers buying this pack get 10GB data for the first 28 days of the validity period, and another 10GB data for the remaining 28-day validity period. Under the Rs 349 plan, Jio is offering unlimited voice calling (Local and STD) facility to its customers like Airtel. (Vodafone's SuperHour pack comes with a validity of seven days)How to activate Vodafone Rs 87 SuperWeek packVodafone prepaid customers can activate the pack through a USSD or Unstructured Supplementary Service Data service code.
Airtel's plan for Rs 5, Rs 349, Rs 399 and Rs 60, Rs 90. Those without 4G devices can avail only 2GB of data with unlimited voice call (Local and STD) for 35 days.
The Vodafone SuperWeek plan is a "weekly" offer which means it comes with a validity of seven days. The offer is valid only after 4G SIM upgradation and for one-time recharge.
Like the above-mentioned plan, users will get talktime of Rs 88 and unlimitedvalidity.
To counter Jio, Airtel has launched revolutionary recharge plans @ Rs.399 with Unlimited Local, STD and 1GB Data Free for 84 Days.
- Rs 348 plan: 28GB of 4G data for 28 days with a daily FUP of 1GB. While the company claims to provide unlimited calls, there's actually a cap of 1,000 minutes per week; if you exhaust the limit, you will be charged at 10 paisa per minute for calls to Airtel numbers, and 30 paisa per minute for calls to other networks. Then there's a Rs 8 recharge plan for customers that offers local and STD mobile calls at the rate of 30 paisa per minute with no conditions for a period of 54 days.
- Rs 357 plan: Non 4G handset owners can avail 28GB of 4G data for 28 days with a daily FUP of 1GB. The pack offers 2GB data per day (FUP limit) valid for 56 days.
Airtel and Jio are offering another similar price recharge pack.
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