Vodafone India is all over Reliance Jio and other private Telecom operators in recent times. But the UK-based telco is not yet done as it has come up with two more prepaid plans of Rs 549 and Rs 799 respectively. Vodafone India is now offering 3.5GB of 2G/3G/4G data with its Rs 549 prepaid plan, while the Rs 799 plan offers a whopping 4.5GB data benefit per day, just short by 0.5GB per day when compared to Jio’s Rs 799 plan. Vodafone introduced the Rs 549 plan to take on the Rs 509 prepaid plan from Reliance Jio. The best part is Vodafone has launched these plans across all its 4G circles in the sub-continent. Airtel too has similar plans of Rs 549 and Rs 799 respectively, offering data benefit of 3.5GB per day and 4GB per day for a period of 28 days.
Rs 549 Prepaid Plan
As we reported earlier the Rs 549 prepaid bonus card offers 98 GB for 28 days with a daily limit of 3.5GB data per day. The combo plan also gives unlimited voice calling to users, with free local/STD calls with roaming included. Subscribers also get the benefit of 100 texts/SMS per day.
Vodafone Rs 549 prepaid recharge plan is the answer to Jio’s Rs 509 combo pack that offers 4GB of daily data usage. The company is offering a total of 112GB of 4G high-speed internet for a validity period of 28 days. Similarly, included in the plan is unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calling and 100 SMS per day.
Rs 799 Prepaid Plan
The Rs 799 plan also comes with the same validity of 28 days, but on the data front, it offers whopping 4.5 GB of daily data usage. Under the plan, Vodafone will be offering 126GB data in total for 28 days. In addition, users will also get additional benefits like unlimited local/STD and roaming calls and 100 SMS free per day.
This plan competes directly with Jio’s Rs 799 plan which offers a total of 140GB of 4G data, with a 5GB daily usage limit. Jio offers 0.5GB more than what Vodafone gives under its Rs 799 plan. The pack also gives unlimited local, STD and roaming calls along with 100 free texts.
As always you get a free subscription to Jio apps like Jio Music, JioCinema and JioTV. Vodafone, on the other hand, is offering a subscription to Vodafone Play for all its customers. Reliance Jio still stays ahead with higher data bundled with their plans in comparison to Vodafone, but Vodafone is slightly ahead of Airtel, but the leading Telecom operator is expected to counter very soon.