Vodafone is fresh off rolling out Rs 511 and Rs 569 packs in India, and it’s now come out with a new scheme priced at Rs 349. The telecom operator is probably trying to catch up with rivals Airtel and Reliance Jio with these revamped packs, but it remains to be seen whether its strategy will pay off.
The best part about Vodafone’s new Rs 349 plan is the fact that it offers 3GB of 3G/4G data per day. There are also unlimited local, STD and roaming calls within India. The scheme goes on for 28 days, so that means each customer will be getting a grand total of 84GB of data over the course of the entire validity period.
Vodafone actually used to have a Rs 348 deal which served up 2.5GB of data every day. So for Re 1 more, the telecom operator is giving away 0.5GB of extra data. It’s not a bad offer, but there’s no mention of any free SMSes.
Reliance Jio improves upon Vodafone’s scheme in that respect with its own Rs 299 plan. The pack promises the same 3GB of data per day and unlimited calls, but brings 100 free SMSes to the table. It’s valid for the same 28 day period, giving customers the an identical 84GB of data in turn.
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As for Airtel, the company too has a Rs 349 deal which pledges 3GB of data on a daily basis. Unlimited calling and 100 SMSes are bundled as well. Even this scheme lasts for 28 days, granting subscribers 84GB of data in all.