For example, the Airtel Rs 349 prepaid plan offers unlimited calls, 2GB mobile data per day and 100 SMSes per day with a validity period of 28 days. After the completion of the daily and monthly restrictions, the high-speed will be decreased to 64Kbps. However, Jio's ₹98 prepaid pack comes with a validity of 14 days which translates to a total of 2.1 GB 4G data offered to the customers. For ₹98, Jio prepaid customers are offered unlimited local and STD voice calls, free roaming, 140 local and national SMS, access to Jio apps, and, unlimited data (with FUP of 150 MB 4G data per day). Airtel's Rs. 93 pack offers unlimited local, STD, and roaming calls, 100 SMSes per day (local and STD), and a total of 1GB of 3G/ 4G data with a validity of 10 days. Now, Idea has made a decision to provide 1.5 GB data per day instead of 1GB data for its existing 309 plan.
In a bid to circumvent Jio's newly launched plans for 2018, Airtel has launched a new plan to tempt users.
Its validity is also 28 days.
Rs 93 data pack of Airtel can be compared with Rjio's Rs 98 plan. Unlimited calls and 100 SMS every day are likewise added in this pack.
In past few months, Airtel has also followed the path of cheap plan, giving unlimited data and voice calls to lure customers just like RJio.
Under this plan, we can get 1GB of data for the day, and it is valid up to 28 days. If the subscribers cross the daily free call limit, then they will have to pay one paisa per second after exhausting the call cap. Ide is also offering 1GB extra data for its users who recharge through the MyIdea app/website. Like all other Reliance Jio plans, the Rs.52 plan also gets you a free subscription to Jio apps such as Jio TV, Jio Cinema, and Jio Music. These include telecom operators such as Reliance Jio, Airtel, Idea, and Vodafone.