Airtel vs Vodafone vs Jio: 3 Month validity prepaid plans



Reliance Jio has launched an aggressive strategy since its launch in September 2016. Every day new recharge offers and free data, Jio has forced other companies to make changes in their recharge packs. Many packs of all companies are coming with different validity. Today we are telling you that the plans of Vodafone and Airtel, which once you recharged once, will be anxious for 3 months …

Jio’s Rs 498 plan

Jio’s Rs 498 plan is the first thing to live, in the plan of Jio Rs 498, the customer gets everything ‘unlimited’. On recharging this pack, users get many features like Unlimited Calling, 100 SMS / Day and Free Geo Apps Subscription. In this recharge, the customer gets 2 GB high-speed data per day for 91 days. After the Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit is over, the user will get the data free but the speed decreases to 64 kbps. Apart from this, users get the benefit of free subscription of apps like Geo TV, Geo Cinema and Geo Music.

Airtel,s Rs.509 Plan

Airtel plan of Rs 509 has been forced by Jio to offer fresh offers to the rest of the companies with their strategy. In Airtel’s Rs 509 pack, the customer is getting many facilities like free calling, free roaming across the country. The validity of this plan is 90 days. It gives 1.4 GB high-speed data per day to those who are fond of internet users. In this pack, the customer gets 100 SMS daily. Even in roaming, you do not have to worry, because in-roaming outgoing and incoming calls are absolutely free.

Vodafone Recharge of Rs 509

Like Airtel, Vodafone also has a prepaid pack of Rs 509. Users get 1.4 GB high-speed data per day. Its validity is also 90 days. In addition to high-speed data, 100 packs of local and national messages are available daily for sending this package to the customer. Along with this, free outgoing/incoming calls are available when roaming in the plan. The company also has a plan of Rs 529 in which all the facilities are similar to those of Rs 509. Just data gets 1.5 GB / day instead of 1.4 GB / day.

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