Unlimited data plans from Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea have significantly reduced the average cost of data in India, and these are some of the most competitively priced plans that users can buy.
The Reliance Jio prepaid plans start at Rs 98 with 28-days validity while the Postpaid plans start at Rs 199.
This is the latest addition to the prepaid recharge packs, soon after Vodafone Idea added the Rs 99 and Rs 555 prepaid recharge packs for certain circles.
According to the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI), only around 4% of the billion strong population in India has insurance cover.
The Vodafone Rs 99 prepaid recharge pack is currently available in Kolkata, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, UP East, UP West and West Bengal circles.
If you want 1GB data per day on Airtel, you must pay for the Rs 219 recharge pack while on Vodafone Idea, you need to opt for the Rs 219 recharge option.
Airtel is competing with Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea in the prepaid mobile tariffs space.
Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea all have the annual recharge options for prepaid users.
The Rs 199 and Rs 269 recharge options had been removed when the new prepaid recharge packs were announced earlier this month.
With long term plans designated for a minimum of 84 days, here's how the new long term tariffs from Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance Jio stack up against each other.
In light of the new postpaid plan being introduced by Vodafone-Idea, we take a look at how postpaid plans by Vodafone-Idea and Bharti Airtel fare against each other.
Here is a comparison of Jio's Rs 149 prepaid plan with similar offerings from Airtel and Vodafone.
For Postpaid customers the bill payment dates have been extended.
The Har Recharge Pe Inaam offer is now Live on the Vodafone app and website and will work will all recharge denominations.
The Rs 1,699 plan by Vodafone used to previously provide 1GB data per day, but included perks such as unlimited calling and access to Vodafone Play.
The new Rs 229 prepaid plan is one of Vodafone's latest offers extended in order to battle the threat of Reliance Jio.
These two new recharge plans are perhaps good options for those who aren’t using mobile data a lot.
Jio user base has hit 331.3 million, officially surpassing Bharti Airtel's market share and continuing on the track of growth that has been set from the start.
Jio has further seen a consistent increase in data and voice usage among users, with per-user monthly data usage further increasing to 11.4GB.
While Vodafone-Idea now has 393 million subscribers, Bharti Airtel has 322 million and Jio has 315 million, with subscriber trends of the past year hinting at Jio overtaking its rivals quite soon.