Ever since Reliance Jio came into inception, other telecom companies are trying quite hard to add more customers and stop existing customers from switching to other networks. Now, Bharti Airtel has come up with a new prepaid plan which will offer 1.4GB of high-speed data per day for a validity period of 75 days with new Rs 419 plan to counter Reliance Jio’s Rs 349 plan which gives 100 MB more per day data than Airtel along with unlimited calling, 100 per day and roaming.
Airtel’s latest Rs 419 plan will also find competition with Vodafone’s Rs 399 plan which also provides 1.4GB of high-speed data for a validity of 70 days along with unlimited calling, 100 SMS per day and national roaming.
Apart from this, Reliance Jio also has a Rs 449 plan which allows its users to use high-speed 1.5GB data for a validity period of 91 days, making it a total of 136GB for the total period. The plan also gives comes with unlimited calling and 100 free SMS per day along with free access to the complete suite of JIo apps.
Recently, Bharti Airtel also revised two of its postpaid plans including Rs 399 and Rs 499 plan. In the Rs 399 plan, Airtel will now offer 40GB of high-speed data to its users with a facility of carry forwarding of unused data. It will also give a free one-year subscription of Amazon Prime video, free access to ZEE5 show, movies and access to Airtel TV.
Under the Rs 499 plan, the telecom company allows 75GB of 4G data per month with carry forward of unused data facility. As per the latest revision in the plan, Airtel is offering three months of Netflix access, one-year subscription of Amazon Prime and free ZEE5 shows and movies.