Reliance Jio, the revolutionary telecom company, upheld by India’s wealthiest man Mukesh Ambani, has shaken the telecom ecosystem since it was launched above a year ago by giving months of free services and sharply discounted plans, damaging the fortunes of established rivals such as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea.
While the comparatively small firms are effectively shutting down, even the leading companies in the sector are now in a far severe financial position. Reliance Jio has stirred up competition in the market, forcing compelling telecom service providers to come up with new offerings. The affordable monthly plan that you can use with Reliance Jio comes at Rs 149 only while Airtel’s most affordable plan which offers unlimited calling is available at a recharge of Rs 199.
Let’s start a quick comparison between the primary network service providers, to help you determine which one to choose.
The Reliance Jio Rs 149 recharge offer
Under this recharge plan priced at Rs 149, Reliance Jio offers 4.2 GB of high-speed data with an everyday limit of 0.15 GB for a validity period of 28 days. Jio has set the Fair Usage Policy for regular usage at 0.15GB per day. Customers breaching the high-speed data limit remain to receive unlimited data at a speed of 64 Kbps. Within this offer, users will get local, STD and roaming calls to all operators. The users will also get 300 local, STD and roaming SMS. Users using Jio app will gain access to Jio Cinema, Jio Music and My Jio.
The Airtel’s Rs 149 and Rs 199 prepaid recharge plan
Airtel’s Rs 199 paid recharge will offer endless local, and STD calls with 1GB 4G/3G/2G data for 28 days, and it’s Rs 149 prepaid offers 300MB data along with unlimited local and STD calls for 28 days. In the Rs 149, offer there is a catch that only 4G phone users will get the 300MB data whereas others will be provided only 50MB.
Vodafone Rs 199 prepaid recharge offer
The new recharge plan, priced at Rs 199 is valid for 28 days and will offer 1GB 3G/4G data along with unlimited local and STD calls. Though, there is a limit on free calls. Customers can make 250 minutes of free calls per day and 1000 minutes of calls in a week. If a user consumes the above limit, then Vodafone will charge 30 paise per minute for the rest of the day.
So choose the best offer which goes with your budget. Now the telecom sector is giving us a pocket-friendly and worth plans to choose from, grab the deal and enjoy the best 4G services.