Earlier in the week, Airtel revised its Rs 199 prepaid decide to give added benefits to pick users. Its Rs 199 prepaid plan which usually offers 1GB daily data for twenty-four days with unlimited calls and SMS benefits was giving some users 35 days validity alongside 1.5GB daily data. This plan isn’t for all users and should be available to users who might not are recharged recently or subscribe to Smart Recharge packs.
Now, Vodafone Idea seems to supply an identical benefit with its Rs 199 prepaid decide to select users. The plan offers 1GB daily data for twenty-four days to users. The users also get unlimited calls and 100 SMS per day with a further advantage of Vi movies and television. First reported by Telecom Talk, the telco is now giving 1.5GB daily data alongside 28 days validity. The plan is additionally giving unlimited calls and extra benefits of the plan remain equivalent.
Vi has also launched a no daily data limit or bulk data plan priced at Rs 447. The plan doesn’t have a daily data limit meaning users can consume the maximum amount of data as they need till the limit is exhausted. The plan offers 50GB of knowledge with no daily data limit plan for 60 days. The plan also gives unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day. It also gives access to Vi movies and television.
Vi’s Rs 447 prepaid plan’s benefits are almost like Airtel’s newly launched Rs 456 and just like Jio’s Rs 447 prepaid plans that give bulk data and unlimited calls. Airtel’s Rs 456 prepaid plan offers 50GB data for 60 days validity with unlimited calls and 100 SMS per day.
The telecom companies are revamping their prepaid plans to supply higher validity benefits after the Telecom regulatory agency of India (TRAI) suggested the telcos increase the advantages after complaints from customers who felt cheated with a 28-days and not 30-days validity. Jio introduced new prepaid plans with 15-30-60-90 and three hundred and sixty-five days validity and no daily data limit. The telco also notified TRAI to direct the opposite telcos to release plans with 30 days validity. Reports also noted that the telcos expect an increased ARPU which is that the reason why they’re releasing these plans.