Jio has quietly updated its Rs 149 plan to bring to users unlimited data. Here's what's new!
Previosuly, the prepaid plan for Rs 149 came with 2GB data with a validity period of 28 days. Post the usage of the 2GB data, users needed to buy a top-up voucher.
Now, with the new update, it is offering users unlimited data at Rs 149. But, post the 2GB usage, users will get to access data at 64kbps. However, mplease note that the speed post FUP lower than what it offers otherwise at 128kbps.
Earlier, Jio had updated its Dhan Dhana Dhan plans. One of the key changes was the Rs 399 plan that was updated to offer 84 days of validity over the 28 days it offered earlier with 1GB/day cap. The data has also been increased to 84GB. This means, users now get 84GB data for 84 days with a 1GB cap per day and free voice calls. This something Airtel plans to combat with its almost similar Rs 399 plan.
Airtel had also announced whopping 84GB data for 84 days. The Rs 399 data plan brings 1GB data per day for 84 days, along with unlimited local and STD calls to all networks. This offer is available for prepaid users with a 4G-enabled device. Airtel also offers Rs 244 plan with 1GB data per day with unlimited calls on the Airtel network for 70 days.
Vodafone had announced its new plan at Rs 244 that offers massive 70GB data and other benefits for 70 days. The new plan brings 1GB 3G/4G data cap per day along with unlimited voice calls. Now the validity of 70 days is applicable only on the first recharge. This means, users will get 1GB data/ day and unlimited calls for 70 days at Rs 244. Now, on the second recharge, the validity will decrease to 35 days for the same amount.