Reliance Jio vs Idea Cellular vs Vodafone vs Bharti Airtel vs BSNL


That said, Vodafone's ₹349 prepaid plan with 3 GB data per day is only available in select few circles like Gujarat, Assam, Mumbai, Kerala, Maharashtra & Goa, Karnataka and North-East.

In an effort to compete with Reliance Jio and Airtel, Vodafone has now revamped its Rs 349 prepaid plan. Here are five best unlimited (voice or data) plans launched by BSNL recently under Rs 350.

BSNL's new plan also falls far short of Reliance Jio's Rs349 plan, which comes with a validity of 70 days, offers daily data of 1.5GB, meaning you can download up to 105GB data. BSNL had also launched a 447 plan which offers 84 days of unlimited voice calling with a PRBT (Personalised Ring Back Tone) and 100 SMS messages per day. In this plan of Airtel, users will get 3GB data per day. Local, STD, and roaming calls were also unlimited in this prepaid recharge plan and it came with a validity of 28 days. The telco now offers a recharge pack worth Rs. 299 with 3GB 4G data per day for 28 days.

Like we mentioned in the introduction, Reliance Jio had set the ball rolling in the 4G market. This pack comes with a validity period of 28 days. It also includes unlimited voice calls, 100 SMSes per day, and uninterrupted access to a slew of Jio apps like Jio TV, JioMusic, JioMovies, and others.

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Besides, Vodafone also has Rs 549 and Rs 799 plans that offer 3.5GB and 4.5GB 4G data per day, respectively. It offers 3GB of daily data for a validity period of 84 days. This plan will also offer 1 GB per day with the validity of 54 days. However, it must be noted that none of these plans provides free SMS benefit. The Rs. 249 plan offers 2GB of 4G/3G data per day with unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day.

Recently, Vodafone also launched two new plans in a bid to take on competitors Jio and Airtel. The plans offer nationwide calling benefits, except for the Mumbai and Delhi circles.

This is one of the most affordable mobile plan from BSNL as of now and caters to people who are mostly dependent on voice calls for their daily communication requirement.