Vodafone lately introduced its cheapest long-term validity plan offering unlimited calls. This long-term plan lasts for 84 days and is for the prepaid subscribers in a few selected Vodafone circles. The new plan costs Rs 279. It offers unlimited voice calls to users at any network. The users will also get messages with TRAI’s weekly cap. The plan houses a 4 GB 3G / 4G data alongside which has 84 days validity.
The Vodafone plan
Not just this, Vodafone also has other two long-term validity plans again for 84 days for its prepaid users. However, these plans start at Rs 399. But the higher price definitely has a higher benefit to offer. While the Rs 279 plan gives you almost three months validity, you cannot enjoy unlimited data here. You are limited to 4 GB only. Moreover, As reported by TelecomTalk, Rs 279 new Vodafone prepaid plan is available only in a few selected circles. These include Karnataka, Mumbai and few others.
Other than Vodafone, no other giant telecom competitor currently offers a long-term validity plan for 84 days under Rs 300. In fact, the most robust telecom business in the industry right now, the Reliance Jio also offers the 84-day validity plans starting at Rs 348.
Lately, the Vodafone announced two new plans for its prepaid users at a price of Rs 99 and Rs 109. These two plans come with a validity of 28 days. They too give you an unlimited calling benefit. The Rs 99 plan comes without any 3G/4G data in 28 days. Nevertheless, the Rs 109 has 1GB of 3G/4G data to offer its users.
The Airtel Plan
Airtel, another giant competitor of the telecom industry, also has a similar Rs 99 prepaid plan. This offers unlimited calling including both local and national. In addition, one gets 100 local and national SMS along with 1 GB 3G / 4G data. However, the validity of this Airtel’s plan is just 10 days.
The BSNL Plan
Another giant telecom player, the BSNL offers a plan costing Rs 99. This comes with a 26 days validity. The BSNL plan offers unlimited voice calls at any network in India but not applicable to Mumbai and Delhi circles.