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Vodafone introduces Rs 99 and Rs 109 prepaid packs with 28 days validity

Both the Vodafone plans compete with Reliance Jio’s popular Rs 98 plan which also comes with a validity of 28 days.

Vodafone India has announced two new prepaid packs for its customers across the country. Dubbed as Rs 99 and Rs 109, the packs are meant to give a stiff competition to the likes of Reliance Jio, BSNL and Bharti Airtel.

Starting with Rs 99 plan, Vodafone customers will get unlimited local, STD and roaming calls for a period of 28 days. The Rs 109 plan also comes with a validity of 28 days offering unlimited local, STD and roaming calls but additionally, it also comes with 1GB of data. However, Telecom Talk reports that the unlimited calls come with restrictions as one only call 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week.

Both the Vodafone plans compete with Reliance Jio’s popular Rs 98 plan which also comes with a validity of 28 days. It offers its users unlimited calling without any FUP limit, 2GB of data and SMS benefits for 28 days. Apart from that, RJio also gives complimentary subscription on Jio Apps. Jio plan excels here as Vodafone is limiting the voice calls to 250 minutes per day, 1000 minutes per week and a user can make voice calls to 100 unique numbers during the entire validity period. Also, Vodafone plan does not come with any SMS benefits.

Vodafone Rs 99 Vodafone Rs 109 Airtel Rs 99 BSNL Rs 99 Jio Rs 98
Unlimited Calling Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Data No 1GB 2GB No 2GB
SMS No No 100 No Yes
Validity 28 days 28 days 10 days 26 day 28 days

BSNL also has a Rs 99 prepaid plan for its users with 26 days validity, where the telco is offering unlimited voice calls nationwide and roaming, except for Mumbai and Delhi circles. Like the Vodafone plan, this BSNL plan also does not include any SMS or data benefits. Airtel has a plan priced at Rs 99 with a validity of 10 days. The Airtel plan offers unlimited local and national calling, 100 SMS per day, and 2GB 3G/4G data.

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