Airtel seems to be carrying out a Jio. Over the last couple of weeks, the company has declared various eye-catching data plans. One of these is the plan with a price tag of Rs 399. Below this plan, the company is providing limitless STD and local calls paired with 84 GB Internet data with a validity period of 84 Days.
As per the official website of the company, once a consumer drains out her/his limit of 1,000 Minutes then she/he will be charged Rs. 0.30 per minute for calls made to other operators and Rs 0.10 each minute for Airtel to Airtel calls.
Reliance Jio also has a plan having a price tag of Rs 399 with a validity period of 84 Days. Below its Rs 399 tariff scheme, Jio gives consumers limitless free calling (STD and local calls), limitless SMS (with a daily limit of 100 SMS), and 84 GB of Internet data with an FUP limit of 1 GB of Internet data each day.
Vodafone gives largely the similar advantages under its plan having a price tag of Rs 352. Aircel and Ideal Cellular have tariff plans with a price tag of Rs 348 and Rs 453 offering consumers same benefits.
Airtel lately declared its offer for BigByte broadband below which it is giving 1,000 GB bonus Internet data to consumers for a period of 8 Months. These schemes will be valid till March 31, 2018. BigByte broadband schemes of Airtel go up to almost Rs 1,999 and start at Rs 599. The schemes provided, on the other hand, fluctuate from telecom circle to circle.
The additional data can be utilized as soon as the user has used his/her limit for that month. This means that if a consumer receives 60 GB data each month as per his/her plan, then the extra 500 GB data below the BigByte scheme will be started only once his 60 GB (monthly limit) is concluded. The telecom company is providing 1000 GB data of extra data below monthly schemes for a price tag of Rs 1499, Rs 1299, Rs 1999, and Rs 1799.