Reliance Jio Startup has given the benifit to all the users who are charged for calls and internet usages. Unlikely Vodafone has also started unlimited voice calling pack which is priced starting at Rs. 149 and even Idea and Airtel have presented similar packs.
Jumping onto the bandwagon, Vodafone has also hurled unlimited voice calling prepaid recharge packs, like Idea and Airtel. The recent Vodafone unlimited voice calling packs are valued at starting at Rs. 144, and they comprise data profits as well.
The Rs. 144 – Rs. 149 Vodafone unlimited voice calling pack (differs in different regions) permits users to do local and even STD calls to any mobile network in the nation. Together with the unlimited calls, Vodafone customers will get 300MB of 4G data, and even free incoming calls on nationwide roaming as well. There is also a fresh Rs. 344 – Rs. 349 Vodafone unlimited calling recharge pack that provides all the similar things, but knocks up data to 1GB for 4G handset customers. Both these prepaid unlimited voice calling packs have the legitimacy of 28 days.
Sandeep Kataria, Chief Commercial Officer at Vodafone India said in a statement, “With these unlimited calling plans, there will be no need to hold back. Our hundreds of million customers can remain confidently connected and enjoy talking to their loved ones worry free. Our 4G customers will further enjoy the additional benefit of up to free 1GB data along with unlimited calls.”
The two new unlimited calling recharge packs are in the similar price vicinity and deliver more or less the similar things as Airtel and Idea. Merely to outline, the Airtel unlimited calling packs are estimated starting at Rs. 145 and Rs. 345, whereas the Idea unlimited calling packs are assessed at Rs. 148 and Rs. 348. Moreover, Aircel has proclaimed a new prepaid plan that makes voice calling open for 3 months.
To combat the rivalry from Reliance Jio, particularly after the declaration of the Reliance Jio Happy New Year Offer that prolonged its free calls, data, SMSs, and other paybacks till March 31, 2017.