Both the Vodafone plans compete with Reliance Jio’s popular Rs 98 plan which also comes with a validity of 28 days.
BSNL customers who have a postpaid plan of Rs 399 and above, will be eligible for this subscription. Similarly, BSNL users who have broadband plans starting from Rs 745 will get the Amazon Prime subscription for free.
The new Airtel Rs 181 prepaid plan is available only for select subscribers, especially in New Delhi and a few other circles in North India.
The new plan comes with a validity of 28 days and it competes with Reliance Jio and Airtel Rs 149 prepaid plans.
The telecom operator has introduced Rs 25, Rs 35, Rs 65, Rs 95, Rs 145 and Rs 245. The new packs from Airtel are currently available in Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh West and Punjab.
With the new postpaid plan, BSNL customers will get 31GB of data every month. Once the FUP limit is over, users will still be able to use the internet, but at a reduced speed of 80Kbps.
The plan is available only in select circles such as Andhra Pradesh & Telangana, Kerala and a few. Also, it is yet to be seen whether Bharti Airtel will launch the Airtel Rs 195 prepaid recharge plan in other circles or not.
The new recharge offers talk time, free data and discounted tariff rate by a single recharge, starting Rs 25.
YOU broadband users, who will upgrade to long-term plans will get up to four months of free broadband services. For this, users need to apply promo code UPGRADE33.
The plan has been introduced to give competition to Vodafone Rs 159 plan. Under Vodafone Rs 159 prepaid plan, users get 1GB data per day with unlimited voice calling, 100 SMS per day and 28GB data. However, in this plan, the voice calling benefits comes with a capping of 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week.
The brand is now offering up to 3.5TB every month with an internet speed of up to 100Mbps. The company has revised Rs 999, Rs 1,299, Rs 1,699, Rs 1,999, Rs 2,999 and Rs 4,999.
Starting with the cheapest FRC 178 pack, new Airtel users will get 1GB of 4G data coupled with unlimited local, STD and national roaming outgoing calls. The pack comes with a validity of 28 days and it also comes loaded with 100 SMS per day.
The Ananth and Ananth Plus prepaid plans are available to customers for asking prices of Rs 105 and Rs 328 respectively, with both plans offering local, STD and roaming voice calls. The only section they differ at is the validity of the benefits which runs for as much as 90 days on the more expensive plan.
This Airtel Rs 419 plan competes with Reliance Jio plan prepaid plan of Rs 349 which comes with of 70 days and offers 1.5GB data per day. The Jio plan also offers unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per day with access to the Jio suite of apps as well.
The cheapest of the lot is now the Rs 399 Nirvana postpaid plan which offers a total of 40GB monthly data with unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day. Users will able to carry forward their remaining data to up to a total 200GB to the next month. Previously, the Rs 389 Nirvana plan offered only 20GB of free data.