The three telecommunication giants Airtel, Reliance JIo and Vodafone Idea control more than 90% of the market as based on consumers. These giants are about to increase their respective tariffs by up to 40% from December starting. Seeing how we have been hooked to daily data consumption due to Jio’s launch, this tariff hike is sure to hurt the consumers. The three giants have posted huge amounts of losses during the years we have been enjoying generous amounts of data and now they want us to pay it all back
In this situation, the old school yearly plans with monthly data of 1-3 GBs seems reasonable. All major telecom companies have launched their respective yearly prepaid plans.
Jio’s this new plan is priced at Rs 498, has a validity of 91 days and offers 2GB data per day. It has an unlimited calling but you have to buy IUC vouchers. You get all the benefits of the Jio applications.
Bharti Airtel has launched a Rs 1,498 prepaid plan with a validity of 365 days and 24GB of data for the whole cycle, which equals 1GB of data per month. You also get unlimited calling, and 300 SMS per 28 days in addition to Airtel Xstream and Wynk music.
Vodafone has launched its plan priced at Rs 999 with a validity of 365 days, a full year. You also get unlimited calling and 3600 SMS for 365 days