Jio effect: Airtel Rs

Jio effect: Airtel Rs

Jio effect: Airtel Rs

The 509 plan of Jio offers 3GB data per day. Jio's Rs 149, Rs 198, Rs 349, Rs 398, and Rs 498 plans, among others, are some of the best-selling prepaid packs of Jio. Jio offers the highest amount data of all three. After the usage of daily data limits, internet speed in these plans gets reduced to 64Kbps. However, the difference between the ₹458 and ₹509 prepaid plans was that the former came with a validity of 70 days while the latter had a validity of 84 days. On the other hand, the Rs. 448 recharge will give Jio users 84-day validity and 1.5GB data per day, totalling 126GB of 4G data for the total validity period. Apart from this, customers also get access to the Vodafone Play app. The plan offers 42GB data for 28 days.

Well, with the revision, the validity of both these plans has been increased.

At this price point, Jio will offer two plans from Tuesday - the Rs. 449 pack will provide validity of 91 days and 1GB data per day, meaning 91GB of total data. The two Vodafone recharge packs also offer 1GB data per day, and are better positioned to take on the revised Jio plans with the extra data and validity. Unlimited local, STD, roaming voice calls are also available with this prepaid recharge plan. Further, Jio also offers unlimited voice calls on all networks in India, 100 SMSs daily, and free subscription to Jio apps. The validity of this plan of Jio is 28 days.

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98 pack is valid for 14 days and provides users with unlimited local, STD, and roaming call benefits, 140 SMS and high speed 4G data of 2.1GB, with per day limit of 0.15GB.

Bharti Airtel, however, continued to remain India's biggest telco with 289.53 million customers, while Mukesh Ambani-led Jio's subscriber base has grown to a shade over 152 million, end-November.

The Rs. 458 plan offered 70-day validity till recently, but is now valid for 84 days. The validity of the plan is 91 days. The Rs. 399 pack has now taken the place of the Rs. 448 pack that offered same benefits with 70 days validity.

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