Vodafone Idea Rs.351 Plan Details
The latest Vodafone Idea plan is priced at Rs. 351 and here is what you get for that price. Users who recharge with this plan get a data of 100GB along with a validity of 56 days for said data. Moreover, there is no daily limit on this data so users can consume as much data as they want in a day. However, one thing to note here is that if one reaches the threshold of 100GB, they will run out of data. This brings to light the fact that users need to keep in check their data so as not to run out of it. Also, this plan does not bring any OTT subscription as a bonus benefit.
Additionally, a Vi spokesperson stated that, “It is our constant endeavor to create relevant propositions to address the needs of the digital consumers in the current times. Post-Covid the world has seen online activity increase by leaps and bounds – from video calls to online school to binge-watching shows/videos everything is online. And now with the CRICKET season kicking in, we don’t want our customers to miss out on any action. With 100 GB of data @ just Rs 351 for 56 days – with NO DAILY LIMITS on data – we are confident that Vi customers can binge-watch without having to worry about their quotas being exhausted.”
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Furthermore, although Airtel has prepaid data packs for its 4G users, there is no plan that offers a 100GB of data. However, Airtel users can avail for the Rs. 401 plan which brings 30GB of data with a validity of 28 days. The plan also brings OTT subscription benefits like Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription for a year.
Jio’s New Work From Home Plans
When it comes to Reliance Jio, the company offers work from home 4G plans for its users. Under this section of plans, Jio offers users with three plans priced at Rs. 251, Rs. 201 and Rs. 151. Furthermore, these plans bring users with 50GB, 40GB and 30GB of data, respectively. However, no OTT subscription benefits come along with these plans either.
This plan definitely looks like a great way out for people who are annoyed by a daily data limit. However, if people keep a track of their daily data usage, this is the way to go.
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