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Airtel removes cap on free outgoing call to other networks; announces 3 new prepaid plans

With the removal of limit, Airtel's new Rs 399 plan with 56 days validity becomes cheaper than that of Reliance Jio plan at the same price

For the customers looking for a long-term prepaid plan, the telecom giant's annual prepaid plan is offered at the price of Rs 2,199
As expected, the new All-in-One plans by Reliance Jio seem cheaper than revised tariff plans rolled out by rivals Vodafone Idea and Airtel earlier this month
Currently, Jio's total subscriber base stands at 355.2 million, covering 99 per cent of India's population
Bharti Airtel's announcement comes after Vodafone-Idea also said that it will raise the mobile calls and data charges across its pre-paid services from December 3
Reliance Jio new recharge plans: In Jio's 'New-All-In-One Plan', the cheapest plan starts from Rs 199, whereas the costliest plan is priced at Rs 2,199
Airtel's new plans start at Rs 19 and go up to Rs 2,398. The company is offering Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit of up to 3,000 minutes on its plans
Out of the three private players, Airtel and Vodafone Idea have already announced their new tariff plans, and Reliance Jio will declare its new rates on December 6
Vodafone Idea pre-paid plans: Vodafone Idea has come up with new plans for pre-paid services with 2 days, 28 days, 84 days, 365 days validity