Telecom company Vodafone is in constant competition with its other telecom partners such as Airtel and Jio. In another counter scheme, Vodafone has modified its prepaid recharge plan of Rs 348 to offer 2 GB data per day. The plan is now available for customers in Delhi/NCR subscribers.
The company now offers 2 GB data per day at the cost of Rs 348. The validity of this plan is for 28 days. This means the users will now get 56 GB of data for a period of 28 days and this applies for all 3G and 4G handsets.
This plan is a major competition to Airtel’s Rs 349 plan and Jio’s Rs 399 plan that propose striking deals to their users.
Under the Rs 348 plan of Vodafone, customers are free to avail unlimited local, STD and roaming calls with 250 free minutes in a day. Users are also entitled for a 5 per cent cashback if they avail the plan from the company’s mobile app or website.
This is, however, a limited period offer as the users are entitled only 250 minutes per day, after which 1 paisa per second will be charged. A weekly cap of 1000 calling minutes is given by the company.
Similar like this, Airtel offers 2 GB data per day for 28 days at a plan of Rs 349 offering unlimited incoming and outgoing roaming calls and unlimited local and national SMS.
Reliance Jio offers 1 GB of 4G data for 70 days at Rs 399 with unlimited local, STD and roaming calls to all operators along with unlimited SMS.