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Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone comparison Prepaid Plans Under Rs 200 offer (India Beats US, China In Improving Internet Speed)

Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone comparison Prepaid Plans Under Rs 200 offer (India Beats US, China In Improving Internet Speed).

Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone: What prepaid plans under Rs 200 offer

Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone: What prepaid plans under Rs 200 offer
Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone: What prepaid plans under Rs 200 offer
The war between telecom operators in India which started with Reliance Jio's entry into the market, is taking new turns with each passing day - to customers' delight! All the major telecom operators are consistently releasing new plans or updating the old ones to keep their customer base intact and to reach out to new markets. Making plans more affordable than what rivals offer, is what the gameplan is all about. Recently, both Airtel and Vodafone upgraded select prepaid combo plans to offer 1.5GB data per day to its users - the same benefits that Reliance Jio offers. The updated plans are priced at less than Rs 200. To make customers' job easy and allow them to save maximum amounts of their hard-earned money, here is a comparison of plans offers by Jio, Airtel and Vodafone for under Rs 200.

Jio Rs 149 prepaid plan:

One of Reliance Jio's most popular plans has been priced at Rs 149 and offers 1.5GB data per day. The validity of this plan is 28 days and it offers 42GB 4G data in total along with 100 SMS per day and unlimited calling over local/STD and roaming. Once the data limit is exceeded, the users get speed of 64Kbps. 

Airtel Rs 199 prepaid plan:

After the latest changes, the Airtel Rs 199 prepaid plan too offers 1.5GB data per day for 28 days. This means the users get a total of 42GB data along with 100 daily SMS and unlimited local/STD and roaming voice calls. Users get 64Kbps speed once their data limit is exhausted. 

Vodafone Rs 199 prepaid plan:

The Vodafone prepaid plan too offers 1.5GB data per day for 28 days. The plan also offers 100 SMS per day but, unlike Jio and Airtel, offers unlimited calling with daily and weekly limits. The users are allowed to choose between calls for up to 250 minutes every day, or up to 1000 minutes per week.

India Beats US, China In Improving Internet Speed; 22.82 Mbps Is Global Average Of Mobile Speed

India Beats US, China In Improving Internet Speed; 22.82 Mbps Is Global Average Of Mobile Speed
India Beats US, China In Improving Internet Speed; 22.82 Mbps Is Global Average Of Mobile Speed
SpeedTest is world’s #1 platform for checking out and comparing Internet speed: Both on mobile and fixed line. The parent company of Speedtest, Ookla has just come out with their analysis of 2018, in terms of mobile and fixed-line Internet speed, all over the world. There is both good news and bad news for India here.

The Good News: India Beats China In Improving Internet Speed

When it comes to improving existing mobile and fixed-line Internet speed, then India has successfully beaten China. That’s the good news.

India has beaten US as well, when it comes to fixed line Internet speed.

Compared to 2017, India’s average mobile internet speed improved by 15.2%, whereas China’s decreased by 5.8%. And in the fixed Internet speed ranking, India’s speed improved by 50%, whereas Chinese improved by 42%, and Americans improved by 37%.

The Bad News: India Still At The Bottom

In the comparison of speeds among world’s 5 most populous countries, India is still at the bottom, for mobile internet.

Indian was able to access mobile internet at a paltry speed of 9.11 Mbps, whereas Chinese accessed 30.96 Mbps speed, Americans 28.56 Mbps, Brazil 18.25 Mbps and even Indonesia was able to access 10.39 Mbps speed.

In the fixed line Internet speed ranking, India has barely beaten Brazil: While India had 23 Mbps speed, Brazil had 22.95 Mbps. China had 76 Mbps average speed for fixed line, while Americans had 92.77 Mbps.

Global Internet Speed Improved By 15%

Globally, 2018 brought good news for all.

Internet speed improved by 15% for mobiles, as 22.82 Mbps has been declared as the average download speed. 9.19 Mbps was the average upload speed, which improved by 11%.

Fixed line or broadband internet speed improved by 26% to reach 46.12 Mbps as average download speed. 22.44 Mbps was the average upload speed, which improved by 26% as well.

Countries With the Fastest Internet Speed

Norway has world’s fastest mobile internet speed at 63.9 Mbps, followed by Iceland, Qatar, Singapore and Netherlands at 58 Mbps, 55 Mbps, 54 Mbps and 53 Mbps speed respectively.

Singapore has world’s fastest fixed line internet speed at 175.13 Mbps, followed by Iceland, Hongkong, South Korea and Romania at 153 Mbps, 138 Mbps, 114 Mbps and 109 Mbps respectively.

You can find the full report here.

It is clear that India needs some massive infrastructural growth and investments to beat these countries in Internet speed.

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