Best tariff plans and offers available from Jio, Vodafone, Airtel and BSNL
Relaince Jio: Rs 303 recharge benefits and details for Jio prime members
Jio 303 Rs plan is a recharge pack specially made for jio prime members. Every user has to recharge with Rs 303 pack monthly to avail the prime benefits like free calls, 1 GB data per day, free SMS etc. Rs 303 plan has a validity of one month, so the same recharge has to be done monthly once to avail the prime offer.
Airtel Rs 345 recharge pack benefits and details
Airtel is providing the Rs. 345 recharge pack that provides prepaid users with 28GB of high-speed data for 28 days. While the daily FUP is set at 1GB, customers will be able to use only 500MB of data during the day, while the remaining 500MB allotted for the 12am to 6am period. Those who want to skip the restriction of timings can opt for the Rs. 549 recharge pack, which comes with 1GB daily FUP, but no limits based on timings.
Vodafone Rs. 346 recharge pack benefits and details
Vodafone has reportedly launched the Rs. 346 recharge pack that comes with 28GB of mobile data and unlimited free calls. Like rivals, Vodafone is also putting a cap of 1GB on free data consumption, after which the consumer will be charged. In an official statement, Vodafone said, “Vodafone customers are diverse as are their wants. To satisfy these diverse needs and wants, Vodafone offers various segmented propositions. This is one such segmented offering and the offer is valid only till 15 March.”
BSNL Rs. 339 recharge pack benefits and details
BSNL has launched a special tariff voucher, priced at Rs. 339 that comes with 2GB of data per day for 28 days. Along with the bundled data, the recharge pack provides unlimited calls on the BSNL network, and 25 minutes of free calls per day to other networks; calls beyond the free 25 free minutes are charged at 25p per minute. Notably, BSNL customers will get only 3G speeds; another interesting fact worth remembering is that only Reliance Jio promises 4G speeds at all times – Airtel, Vodafone and Idea do not make any claims regarding whether the bundled data will be 3G and 4G.