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Jio launched a bang plan at Rs 98

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Jio launched a bang plan at Rs 98
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The country's number one telecom company Reliance Jio has launched another big bang for its users. In this plan, along with unlimited voice calling, data is also being offered to users. Earlier, the company launched a prepaid plan of Rs 129, in which the same benefits are being offered to the users. The special thing of this plan is that in this, benefits are also being offered to users for making calls on other networks. If we talk about prepaid plans below Rs 200, then Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea are all three companies offering prepaid plans for Rs 149. With this new prepaid plan, Jio now has three prepaid plans of less than Rs 200 available for users. In these prepaid plans, along with calling users, data and complementary apps are also being offered.

The validity of this plan is 28 days. With this plan, users are being offered unlimited calling on-net (Jio to Jio). Apart from this, 2GB data is also being offered to users. 129 minutes of IUC minutes are being offered to users for calling on other networks or for offline calling. However, for this, users will have to take a top-up of Rs 10 separately. Talking about data, 2GB data is being offered to users in this plan.

Airtel and Vodafone-Idea Rs 149 Prepaid Plan

In this plan, unlimited voice calling is being offered to the users with a validity of 28 days. In this plan, unlimited voice calling is being offered to users both on-net and off-net. Not only this, users are being offered a total of 2GB of data in this plan. Airtel is also offering several complimentary benefits in this plan, including Airtel Xstream, Wynk subscription and cashback on FASTag.

Jio Rs 149 Prepaid Plan

In this prepaid plan, 24-day validity is being offered to users. During this time, unlimited calls are being offered to users on-net calls. Whereas, 300 minutes free calling is being offered for offline calling. In this plan, users are also being offered 1GB of data per day.

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