- The Jio plan offering 3GB per day costs Rs 349
- Vodafone, Airtel prepaid plan offering 3GB per day costs Rs 398
- The plans have a validity of 28 days
The telecom giants Reliance Jio, Vodafone and Airtel have an interesting line-up of prepaid and postpaid plans, intricately designed to suit the needs of different types of subscribers. Some users only buy plans that offer best calling benefits while some plans are solely for avid internet users. Many users have often complained of the internet speed slowing down in some areas but the companies have improved their services drastically.
There have been lots of changes in the prepaid plans after the price hike in December but that has not really affected the users. Airtel and Vodafone were ordered to clear the dues by the AGR and therefore they had to increase the prices of their prepaid plans. Although the prices have increased, the companies have tried their best to provide the best benefits.
In this article, we will talk about the different plans offered by the three telecom giants Vodafone, Jio and Airtel that provide as much as 3GB internet day per day. These plans are solely for the people who stream videos on their phones using their mobile data. Sadly, the prepaid plans don't have the rollover facility as yet so if you are not able to consume that much amount of data every day, it will get wasted and it won't be carried forward even.
Jio has only one prepaid plan that offers 3GB data per day. The plan costing Rs 349 is valid for 28 days only. It offers unlimited calling benefits and 100 SMSes per day. Along with the usual benefits, the plan also provides free subscription to the Jio apps. So for 349, this pack is quite relevant for people who prefer more and more data on their mobile phones.
Just like Jio, Vodafone too has only one prepaid plan that offers 3GB data per day. The plan costs Rs 398 and offers 100SMSes data per day. It provides unlimited calling benefits and it is valid only for 28 days. The prepaid plan comes with a free subscription to the Vodafone Play and a streaming app, Zee5.
Interestingly, the Airtel prepaid plan also costs as much as the Vodafone prepaid plan offering Rs 3GB data. The plan costs Rs 398 and offers 100SMSes; unlimited calling benefits and it is valid for only Rs 28 days.
As usual, Jio's prepaid plan costs lesser than the Vodafone and Airtel. So if you want to experience uninterrupted data throughout the day, you should definitely consider picking one of these plans.