Best Prepaid Plans Under Rs 500 Compared: Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone - Choose what's best for you!
Telecom operators Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea offer its services in calling, SMS a data benefits under various plans. Reliance Jio's aggressive entry has pushed the competitors to slash down the rates of their plans and offer more to its customers.
There is a tight rivalry in the telecom industry right from the time Reliance Jio entered into the sector. Reliance Jio managed to get a lot of customers in a very short period of time with its offers and affordability. Now, other telecom companies too are coming up with one or the other plan to attract more customers. Telecom operators Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea offer its services in calling, SMS a data benefits under various plans. Reliance Jio's aggressive entry has pushed the competitors to slash down the rates of their plans and offer more to its customers. This shift has changed the scenario of the Telecom sector. Let’s have a look at the best plans under Rs 500 by the top telecom operators compared for you:-
When we come to the plan and offers of Reliance Jio under Rs 500 then they have Rs 449 plan which offers 136 GB data with 1.5 GB per day data with unlimited calling. It also offers 100 SMS daily and complimentary subscription with the validity period of 91 days.
On another hand, Airtel has Rs 448 prepaid plan, under which it offers 1.5GB daily data with unlimited local/std, roaming calls. It also offers 100 SMS per day with the validity of 82 days.
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Meanwhile, Vodafone Idea has Rs 458 plan which offers Unlimited Local, STD & Roaming calls within India with 1.5 GB 4G/3G Data per day. It also offers 100 SMS per days. With the validity for 84 days and Free LIVE TV, Movies on Vodafone Play App.
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