Vi has announced new prepaid plans with reduced benefits. Here is the full list of all plans that are presently being offered by the operator.
Vi, which previously operated as Vodafone-Idea, has added its second 'Work From Home' prepaid data add-on pack priced at Rs 351, after its previous Rs 251 data pack introduced earlier this year.
Airtel continues to offer the Rs 2,498 prepaid recharge plan which offers almost similar benefits to its customers.
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The Rs 129 basic prepaid pack was previously valid for only 14 days, and is solely targeted at low mobile data consumers.
The plan is placed similarly as the Rs 555 prepaid plan that has the same data allocation, but is valid for 77 days.
The feature is now live for users that have signed in to Chrome with their accounts, and shows plans from Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone-Idea and BSNL.
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.
All three companies had recently tweaked their tariff plans for users and the newly revised plans for customers are here.
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.
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Vodafone has removed the cap put on outgoing calls made to other mobile networks, and we are back to the truly unlimited voice calling era.
Prepaid recharges have now become a bit more expensive.
A lot of users are using their mobile's data for internet connectivity on laptops and tablets, particularly while traveling.
Could a lower value recharge for your mobile for subsequent months after the primary recharge could be the next battlefield in India’s telecom space.