However, Jio's ₹98 prepaid pack comes with a validity of 14 days which translates to a total of 2.1 GB 4G data offered to the customers.
Moreover, Airtel is also offering other prepaid packs to the users that offer similar call and data benefits. In addition to 28 GB data it also offers free local and STD calls for a period of 28 days. Additionally, they will get 2800 SMSes with a daily cap of 100 SMS per day. The former offers almost twice the speeds the latter does, but this could be attributed to more congestion in the latter's network. The company is offering unlimited free calls and free 1GB data in the Rs.93 plan with a validity of 10 days.
Airtel has announced a new prepaid recharge pack of Rs 93 to beat Jio Rs 98 pack, making yet another retaliation in its ongoing battle with the newbie telecom operator, Reliance Jio. Such as the Rs. 349 gives prepaid clients access to 2GB data per day, unlimited voice calls including local, STD, and roaming, and 100 SMS every day, with a validity of 28 days. For Rs 399, Vodafone offers 10 GB free internet data along with unlimited local and STD calls. Here, Idea tops the rankings at 6.5Mbps, followed by Vodafone at 5.9Mbps, Jio at 4.3Mbps, and Airtel at 4Mbps.
In a bid to circumvent Jio's newly launched plans for 2018, Airtel has launched a new plan to tempt users. Users can chose their preferable offer and enjoy the data, free calls, and free SMS benefits.
Vodafone also has a Rs 95 prepaid plan that brings 1GB of data at 2G/3G/4G speed for 28 days. Additionally, the company also offers 100 free SMSes with this pack.
Under this plan, we can get 100 SMS per day. These include telecom operators such as Reliance Jio, Airtel, Idea, and Vodafone.