Consumers are looking to have the greatest time of their lives with companies planning economic 4G internet plans. The latest in the race of luring consumers is Bharti Airtel, which has come up with a revamped plan to offer 1 GB 4G data per day with unlimited calls to violate Reliance Jio’s prime plans.
Airtel is providing 1GB 4G data per day with free local, and STD voice calls per month in just Rs 345 plan. This 1GB data will be available as 500MB on daytime and 500 MB on night hours. But this offer can only be available for the 4G handset to the users who recharge for Rs 345 before July 31. The telecom has withal modified Rs 145 plan, which now offers unlimited Airtel to Airtel calls (local+national) and 2GB of data with a validity period of 28 days.
Vodafone and Conception Cellular, India’s second and third-most sizably large telecom operators, have additionally come up with incipient plans with daily data and free unlimited voice calls for prepaid customers to contravene Reliance Jio Infocomm’s data offers to start on April 1.
Rs 342 plan is also offered by Vodafone India which gives users unlimited calls and 28 GB of data per month, subject to a reserve of 1 GB data per day, as per the fair utilization policy, according to text messages sent by the company to some subscribers.
A Vodafone spokesperson verbalized the company offers “several segmented propositions”. Vodafone also offers Rs 19 plan in which 100 MB 4G data with unlimited local and STD Vodafone-to-Vodafone calls for a period of one day.
Idea, an Aditya Birla Group Telecom, is offering unlimited voice and 500 MB of data a day for 28 days at Rs 348. A company presenter verbalized this offer is for non-data users with 4G handsets.
Jio has offered free voice and data accommodations since it began operations in September, availing the incipient applicant to net 100 million subscribers in record time. Starting April 1, the company’s existing users and those coming on board in March will get data benefits under 10 plans listed on its Prime accommodation, while voice calls will extend to be free.