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The telecom industry witnessed a disruption with the entry of Reliance Jio. The telco offered plans at a lucrative price and also created a tough competition in the market.The other service providers were also forced to bring down their prices which turned out to be beneficial for the subscribers. So, if you are wondering which 4G plan you should take next, then here's some help. We bring you a list of 21 best data plans offered by Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone and Idea Cellular. MsnTarGet.com
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone-Idea customers, here are 21 best 4G plans for you
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone-Idea customers, here are 21 best 4G plans for you
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone-Idea customers, here are 21 best 4G plans for you
Reliance Jio Rs 149 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Airtel Rs 199 data plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Vodafone Rs 199 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 199 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 198 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 28 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 227 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Airtel Rs 249 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 28 days validity
Vodafone Rs 255 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 28 days validity
Airtel Rs 399 plan: Offers 1GB data daily with 84 days validity
Vodafone Rs 399 plan: Offers 1GB data daily with 84 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 399 plan: Offers 1GB data daily with 84 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 399 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 84 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 398 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 70 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 349 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 70 days validity
Airtel Rs 448 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 82 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 448 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 84 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 449 plan: Offers 1.4GB data daily with 82 days validity
Airtel Rs 449 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 82 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 499 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 82 days validity soas.in
Vodafone Rs 479 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 84 days validity
Vodafone Rs 511 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 84 days validity

Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone vs BSNL Prepaid Recharge Plans: Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance Jio and BSNL are four of the largest telecom service providers in India, all of whom are offering their customers some of the cheapest tariff plans in the world. msnTarGet.com

Best annual prepaid recharge plans from Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone and BSNL

Best annual prepaid recharge plans from Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone and BSNL
Best annual prepaid recharge plans from Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone and BSNL

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All of these were recently locked in a tariff war, lowering prices of their services day by day. Most recharge plans in India now come with unlimited calling, SMS and data benefits at prices people could not have expected to see a few years ago. soas.in

Here’s a list of the best prepaid annual recharge plans that you can currently purchase, which have a much higher cost, but also come with a longer validity, at times a whole year.

Here’s a list of the best prepaid annual recharge plans that you can currently purchase.

Reliance Jio Rs 1,699 prepaid plan

Reliance Jio offers its customers 1.5GB of daily 4G data along with unlimited voice calls and 100 daily SMS with a validity of 365 days for Rs 1,699. The plan offers total a total data benefit of 547.5GB during its tenure. When the daily FUP of 1.5GB data is exceeded customers will be able to access the internet with a speed of 64Kbps. mobask.com

The plan also provides customers with free access to its data-driven free apps like Jio TV, Jio Money, and more. To get this plan you will have to become a Jio Prime member, which will cost you an additional Rs 99 per year. This will take your total cost to Rs 1,798 to get these benefits.

Vodafone Rs 1,499 prepaid plan

Vodafone also offers a yearly plan at Rs 1,499, however, it is available in the Mumbai circle only. If you reside anywhere outside of Mumbai, you won’t be able to purchase this plan. Under the Rs 1,499 prepaid recharge plan Vodafone offers its customers unlimited calls within the country, 1GB of 4G/3G data per day and 100 daily SMSes. mobask.com

The plan comes with a validity of 365 days. Now, Vodafone also offers its customers truly unlimited calls as it recently removed FUP limitations for all its customers. Consumers purchasing this plan will be able to get free access to the company’s Vodafone Play App that offers digital content like live TV, movies, songs and more.

BSNL Rs 1,699 prepaid plan

BSNL just like Reliance Jio offers a 365 days long term prepaid plan dubbed Diwali Dhamaka at Rs 1,699. Under the Rs 1,699 plan, BSNL offers its customers unlimited local and national calling facilities, free national roaming and 100 daily SMSs. fun2ind.com

It also offers customers 2GB of daily data, which if completely consumed will drop speeds to 80Kbps. Additionally, the company offers its customers free caller tune service with the option of unlimited song changes. Unlike Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone, BSNL doesn’t offer its customers any kind of access to digital content.

Airtel Rs 509 prepaid plan

We weren’t able to find any prepaid plans from Airtel that offer a validity of 365 days. The prepaid plan with the highest validity we were able to find was its Rs 509 plan, which comes with a validity period of 90 days. soas.in

Under the Rs 509 plan customers will get unlimited calling facilities along with 1.4GB of daily 4G/3G/2G data and 100 daily SMSes. The customers also get access to all of Airtel’s online content apps like Airtel TV, Wynk Music, etc.

Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans: After Reliance Jio entered the Indian market with their affordable prepaid bundle plans, we have seen a new tariff war between all of the Indian telecom service providers.

Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans under Rs 300 with more than 1GB data per day

Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans under Rs 300 with more than 1GB data per day
Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans under Rs 300 with more than 1GB data per day
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone are the three major telecom service providers in India and now have prepaid plans quite similar to one another. Here is a list of the best prepaid plans that you can get from Airtel, Vodafone or Reliance Jio under Rs 300 that offers over 1GB of daily data msnTarGet.com.

Reliance Jio Rs 299 prepaid plan

One of the best prepaid plans with data, calling and SMS benefits you can get from Reliance Jio under Rs 300, costs Rs 299. Under the Rs 299 prepaid recharge plan, Reliance Jio offers its customers 3GB of daily 4G data along with unlimited voice calls and 100 daily SMS for 28 days, which brings the data benefits up to 84GB.

Reliance Jio along with the plan offers its customers complimentary access to its long list of free online content apps like Jio TV, Jio Money, and more. Customers who exceed the 3GB daily data limit will be able to access unlimited internet with speeds of up to 64Kbps MsnTarGet.CoM.

Just know that if you are a new customer, you will have to get the Jio Prime membership at the time of purchasing a new connection. Jio Prime membership costs Rs 99 per year.

Vodafone Rs 255 prepaid plan

Vodafone has a Rs 255 prepaid plan that it lists on under its bonus card recharges. Under the plan, the company offers its users 2GB of daily 4G/3G/2G data for 28 days. Except for the daily data the company also offers its users unlimited local, STD and roaming calls within India and 100 daily SMSes. Users will be able to access the company’s Live TV, movies and more online content apps for free.

Vodafone users should take note, ‘unlimited calling’ doesn’t actually mean unlimited calling like in the case of Reliance Jio and Airtel. The plan comes with daily and weekly limits. Users can consider free calls for up to 250 minutes every day or up to 1,000 minutes per week.

Airtel Rs 249 prepaid plan

Airtel also has a similar plan to Vodafone’s Rs 255 prepaid plan, priced at Rs 249. Under the Rs 249 prepaid recharge plan, the company offers its users 2GB of daily data for 28 days. This prepaid plan comes with benefits of 56GB of 4G/3G/2G data, along with unlimited local/STD and roaming calling benefits.

Users purchasing this prepaid recharge plan will also get 100 free SMS daily along with access to all of Airtel’s digital content apps like Airtel TV, Wynk Music, etc.

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online – Porting from one SIM to another is a very common task which is performed lots and lots of time even without the user. Following this, all the network operators in India reached the conclusion that porting must be made as easy as calling or sending SMS (Short Message Service) to a friend. Since SMS is one of the easiest and most used operational functions to perform.

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online
How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online
There is no doubt in the fact that Reliance Jio shook the market with its Reliance Jio SIM launch on 1st September 2016. That was a remarkable day in the history of Telecom Industry of India. This made the Telecom Industry lost billions of dollars. Now without any further ado, let’s directly check the step by step guide for How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online.

All of you must be knowing that there is TRAI’s central number of mobile number portability which is well known as 1900. So to port from any of the above-mentioned telecom companies to any of the above-mentioned telecom companies. You will have to send one SMS (Short Message Service) to TRAI’s central number for mobile number portability. Here, what you can do is just to type without brackets ‘PORT 98XXXXXXXX’ msnTarGet.com.

Now send this message to TRAI’s number that is 1900. Next what happens is that – You’ll receive an SMS back with a Port out code. So now, it’s time you check out all the different codes and remember them for porting the SIMs. Just to share a piece of information with you, please remember that the full form of SIM is the Subscriber Identity Module. Here’s the Port Out Code that you will need to choose.

Next, you will have to download on your Android Smartphone and generate an offer code with the help of Jio App Bundle. Get yourself a Jio SIM. You can walk into any Reliance Digital Xpress and Reliance Digital Xpress mini stores and provide them with an eKYC verification via your Aadhar Card number and get a Jio SIM. Provide the person assisting you with your port out code.

Settle any remaining payment of your old telecom provider and seamlessly get your number ported to Reliance Jio. Even when you’re porting to a new SIM card. It is mandatory that you go through a few very important steps of identity verification. If you will need to go through all such steps, then you must be thinking what remained the difference between purchasing a new SIM and buying the old one. Here’s what you seriously need to know about How To Get A Reliance Jio SIM Card and Get It Activated.
  • Send SMS to 1900 by writing PORT <Your Vodafone Mobile number>
  • Within few minutes you will receive SMS from 1901 stating UPC(Unique Porting code) which will be valid for 15 days.
  • After receiving UPC, you have to generate barcode for Jio,by downloading My Jio App.
  • Click on Get Sim option and fill all details as mentioned,then you will get the barcode.
  • Visi your nearest Jio Store with the barcode,UPC, and a valid id proof

See, any where you try to find the Answer of your query – How to Port from Vodafone to jio or Airtel to Jio Port Offer 2019, Port to Jio 4G, Jio Portability Offer, Idea to Jio Port Offer, Jio Port Offers, First Recharge after porting to Jio, how to port dolphin to Jio and Jio Phone Port etc. solutions is almost the same and has been shared on the page above.

Hopefully, by following the steps mentioned above. All you related queries must be solved. What next you can do is just to visit our other guides on msnTarGet.com Media and learn about all the important details available.

We take a look at the sub Rs. 200 prepaid plans from the three top telecom operators Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone in India.
If you are looking for the best prepaid plan offers under Rs. 400 in Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone the read on to know which telecom company provides the best benefits with greater number of validity plan.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 and Top Prepaid plans under Rs. 400 compared

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 and Top Prepaid plans under Rs. 400 compared
Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 and Top Prepaid plans under Rs. 400 compared

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 compared

Ever since Reliance Jio entered the telecom scene, it has been a cut-throat competition with two of the biggest telecom operators in India - Bharti Airtel and Vodafone. 

Airtel and Vodafone recently revamped their Rs. 199 prepaid plans to increase the amount of data they used to provide daily previously. Reliance Jio is looking to rule the telecom game and that's why we are going to take a look at the sub Rs. 200 prepaid plans from the three top telecom operators Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone in India.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Under Rs. 200 recharges compared

Airtel Rs. 199 prepaid plan

After Airtel revamped their RS. 199 plan, the benefits now include 1.5GB of 4G/3G data daily for 28 days which comes to a total of 42GB data for 28 days.

Other benefits include unlimited local, roaming and STD calls, 100 SMS messages a day and post data limit the speed will be reduced to 64kbps.

Reliance Jio Rs. 198 and Rs. 149 prepaid plan

Jio offers 2GB daily data for 28 days, which is 56GB of data. In addition, the benefits also include unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS messages a day, and complimentary subscription to Jio apps.

For those who are looking at a lower value can also go for Jio's Rs. 149 prepaid plan which offers 1.4GB of daily data which is 42GB of data. Validity is for 28 days and the rest benefits remain the same as the Rs. 198 prepaid plan.

Vodafone Rs. 199 and Rs. 169 prepaid plan

Vodafone also has a similar Rs. 199 prepaid plan which offers identical benefits as Bharti Airtel's Rs. 199 prepaid plan. The difference here is the calls are not unlimited. Vodafone provides free calling for 250 minutes a day or 1000 minutes a week, post which calls will be charged at 1 paise per second till it resets at midnight. Other benefits include 100 free SMS messages a day. Plan validity is for 28 days.

Vodafone also has an Rs. 169 prepaid plan which provides the same calling and messaging benefits, and 1GB of daily data for 28 days.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid recharge plans under Rs. 400 compared

Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone face tough competition in the budget prepaid recharge segment. All the three telecom giants provide similar plans with similar benefits. Here in this post, we try to compare best-prepaid recharge plans from Airtel, Jio, and Vodafone. 

Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone Rs. 399 prepaid plans compared

Airtel Rs. 399 prepaid plan

The Rs. 399 Airtel prepaid plan offers 1 GB of data per day along with unlimited local/STD, roaming calls and 100 free SMS daily. The validity of the pack is for 84 days.

Vodafone Rs. 399 prepaid plan

The Vodafone offers benefits similar to Airtel's. In the plan, Vodafone provides the same 1GB of Data along with 100 daily SMS and unlimited voice calling with 84 days validity plan.

Reliance Jio Rs. 399 prepaid plan

While Reliance Jio offers more data but with similar calling and messaging benefits. The 399 Reliance Jio pack provides 1.5GB of 4G data along with unlimited voice calls and 100 daily SMS. The validity for Reliance Jio 399 plan is similar to Airtel's - 84 days. Undoubtedly Reliance Jio wins the prepaid plan war in Rs. 399 segment.

Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone Rs. 349 prepaid plans compared

Airtel Rs. 349 prepaid plan

In the 349 Airtel prepaid plan, it offers unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls along with 100 free SMS. Under the plan, it provides 3 GB of high-speed internet data daily with a validity of 28 days.

Vodafone Rs. 349 prepaid plan

Vodafone in its Rs. 349 prepaid plan offers exactly similar benefits like Airtel with 28 days validity.

Reliance Jio Rs. 349 prepaid plan

While, Jio offers the same 1.5 GB daily data along with unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calling. It also provides 100 SMS free per day in the validity of 70 days. 

Under Rs. 349 plan if you are looking to get more high-speed data then, Airtel and Vodafone would be the best choice but if your internet usage per day is less then Reliance Jio's Rs. 349 prepaid plan will be best suited for you.

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.

Do share your opinions and feedbacks by commenting right here!

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Oppo R17 Pro, the latest smartphone from the Chinese smartphone maker Oppo is now available for purchase. Interested buyers can now head to Amazon India to get their hands on the device. This is the first sale for the device and it comes just three days after the device was launched at an official event in Mumbai. For context, the company has priced the device at Rs 45,990 and it is one of the first devices in the market to sport the Snapdragon 710 SoC out of the box. Right before this, the company opened the device for pre-order for users who wanted to buy the device.

Amazon India is currently offering a number of offers for buyers who are planning to buy the Oppo R17 Pro. These offers include an exchange offer of up to Rs 18,000 for users who want to return their old devices in return, a “No-Cost EMI” option for people who may not want to pay the entire amount in one go, one time screen replacement offer for Rs 990, up to 3.2TB worth 4G data and benefits of up to Rs 4,990 from Reliance Jio, extra Rs 2,000 off on the exchange offer if the user buys from Appario Retail and a Rs 15 cashback for users who do the payment with the help of Amazon Pay.

To recap, the device comes with a 6.4-inch FHD+ display with AMOLED panel and that waterdrop-like notch on the front. The company has added Corning Gorilla Glass 6 on the front of the device to protect it against any scratches. Under the hood, as mentioned above, the device comes with Snapdragon 710 SoC along with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage along with support for up to 256GB microSD card slot. On the software side of things, the device comes with Android 8.1 Oreo-based ColorOS out of the box.

Moving to the camera department of the device, it sports a triple camera set up on the back which packs a 12-megapixel primary sensor for regular images along with a 20-megapixel secondary sensor for depth sensing and loss-less zoom and a third TOF (time of flight) 3D sensor. Talking about the primary sensor, it comes with dual aperture where it sports f/1.5 and f/2.4 aperture. Moving to the front camera, the device comes with a 25-megapixel camera sensor with f/2.0 for selfies.

The device runs on a 3,700mAh battery along with support for Super VOOC charging which is an in-house fast charging technology developed by Oppo. The device has added a 50W charger along with the device to facilitate fast charging. In terms of connectivity, the device comes with 4G VoLTE-enabled dual-SIM slots, Wi-Fi, USB Type-C port, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS, and NFC.

Vodafone Idea Warns Customers to Not Pick Calls from Suspicious International Mobile Numbers

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Vodafone Idea, the country’s leading telecommunications service provider is sending out SMSes to its users stating to stay away from suspicious numbers. Telcos usually warn their users to stay alert all the time and not pick up any unwanted incoming voice calls received on their mobile phone, but this time around, Vodafone Idea is sending out a text message to each and every customer notifying that there might be some threat behind that suspicious voice call. “While receiving an international call, if an Indian number or no number us displayed on your phone, please inform on toll-free number 1800-110-420 or 1963,” reads the message from Vodafone Idea.

Vodafone Idea Urges Users to Keep the Company Informed About Suspicious Calls

The newly formed entity of Vodafone India and Idea Cellular is seeking help from its subscribers to trace out these calls. As the message by the company reads, it’s asking the users who received an anonymous voice call to immediately inform by calling the toll-free numbers- ‘1963’ or ‘1800-110-420’. This news is reported by ET Telecom stating that several Vodafone Idea customers are receiving the same message.

For the unaware, the two helpline numbers mentioned above were introduced by Trai last year, making it easier for subscribers to immediately report any suspicious call they receive. Every year, the government traces out such anonymous calls from unknown mobile numbers based on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), so if you receive any such voice call, go ahead and dial the numbers mentioned above.

Another interesting data to note is that the government traced out various illegal exchanges last year in Delhi. According to the report, the government had traced out 11 illegal exchanges in 2016-17 in Andhra Pradesh, six in Eastern Uttar Pradesh in 2017-18, two issues in Kerala and one issue in Odisha. While Andhra Pradesh had the maximum illegal exchanges of 11 in 2016-17, the count reduced to zero in 2017-18.

Other Telcos Also Warn Their Users to Stay Alert

This is not the first time we’re seeing such useful messages from a telco. In the past, Bharti Airtel also warned its users always to stay away from an anonymous call asking for any of your details or trying to make an illegal activity. The new entrant Reliance Jio also keeps its users updated about such info.

Install Anti-Spam Apps to Stay Active

There are several mobile applications available on the web which gives information about the call or text message you’re receiving. For example, we have Truecaller which runs in the background and gives you the Caller ID for an incoming call. Also, it displays whether the mobile number is marked as spam or not. Usually, Truecaller works on the data given by public and if a user marks a particular number as spam, it will be displayed as spam for other users as well.

Reliance Jio did not revise its tariff plans for nearly 11 months now, but the telco is still providing the best prepaid tariffs in the industry. Telcos such as BSNL, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea came close to Jio in the benefits aspect, but never outsmarted Jio.

Vodafone India revised its postpaid offerings to stay ahead of Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio. Following Vodafone, Airtel also revised its postpaid plans which are almost in-line with what Vodafone is providing.

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has the habit of revising broadband plans for every three or six months. Following the same trend, the largest wired broadband service provider in the country has now revised its broadband plans across the country including Kerala circle.

Jio Ships 182GB of 4G Data With Rs 498 Prepaid Plan: What Do Other Telcos Offer?

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Reliance Jio Prepaid Plan of Rs 198

This is the most affordable plan by Reliance Jio which offers 2GB daily 4G data to the subscribers. As part of this plan, Reliance Jio users get 2GB daily 4G data with a validity of 28 days, meaning that they get access to 56GB of data in total as opposed to 42GB which was the norm before. After 2GB daily FUP usage, the speed throttles down to 64kbps.

Reliance Jio Prepaid Plan of Rs 398

This plan by Reliance Jio is the next in the list, offering 2GB daily 4G data to subscribers. However, with a bigger price tag, this plan provides massive 140GB total data to the subscribers and thus comes with 70 days validity.

Reliance Jio Prepaid Plan of Rs 448

Another long-term validity plan by Reliance Jio which offers 2GB daily 4G data to subscribers is the Rs 448 plan by Reliance Jio. This plan is ideal for users who make use of about 2GB of data every day whether it is by watching media or browsing the net. The plan comes with an 84 days validity, and it offers a total of 168GB data in the entire validity period.

Reliance Jio Prepaid Plan of Rs 498

Reliance Jio’s most expensive plan offering 2GB daily data to subscribers is the Rs 498 prepaid recharge plan. This plan comes with the most validity of 91 days and thus ships 182GB of data in the entire validity period.

Verdict

Bharti Airtel has a Rs 499 prepaid plan with which it’s shipping 2GB data per day for 82 days. Vodafone India also providing a Rs 511 prepaid recharge with 2GB data per day for 84 days. If we are to tell you about the most economical option, then the Rs 498 prepaid plan by Reliance Jio seems like the best choice since it ships free calling and data for three months straight thus removing the hassle of recharging again and again while also proving to be value for money. 

Vodafone Postpaid Plans Listed and Detailed: Which One Suits Your Needs?

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Vodafone RED Entertainment Plan of Rs 399

Vodafone’s Rs 399 postpaid plan offers 40GB monthly data along with free unlimited calling for the entire billing cycle. This plan also offers the data carryover feature, meaning that subscribers can accumulate a maximum of 200GB data for usage next month.

Vodafone RED Entertainment+ of Rs 499

For someone who would like to have more than 40GB data in their entire monthly billing cycle, the Rs 499 postpaid plan by Vodafone might be the ideal choice. This plan offers 75GB data in the entire billing cycle along with data rollover option of 200GB to next billing cycle.

Vodafone RED International Plan of Rs 999

With this increased price, Vodafone offers more data on this plan which is 100GB of 4G/3G/2G data in the billing cycle. Further, there is the 200GB data carry over to next bill cycle. Customers also get unlimited local, STD and national roaming calls besides the 50 minutes of free ISD Minutes included in the billing cycle.

Vodafone RED International+ Plan of Rs 999

For business or leisure travellers alike, this plan offers a sweet deal for international mobile networks and ships 100 ISD minutes along with other benefits. The plan provides 125GB of data per month with the data rollover capped at 500GB for the next billing cycle.

Vodafone RED International L Plan of Rs 1,999

This plan doubles the benefit offered by the previous plan, and it ships 100 ISD minutes besides the unlimited national and roaming calls. Speaking of data, this plan offers 200GB of 4G/3G/2G data benefits with a data carryover capex of 500GB.

Vodafone RED Signature Plan of Rs 2,999

Vodafone RED Signature Plan is the ultimate solution for customers using a large amount of data each month and also making international trips. The plan’s benefits include 300GB of 4G/3G/2G data with a data carryover limit of 500GB for the next billing cycle.

Additional benefits of every plan include Vodafone

Additional benefits of this plan include Vodafone Play subscription worth Rs cost of per plan for 12 months and Amazon Prime membership worth Rs cost of per plan for 12 months. There is also a Netflix subscription worth Rs cost of per plan for 12 months bundled with this plan alongside a device protection plan worth Rs cost of per plan for free. The plan also offers coupons worth Rs cost of per paln every month to the subscribers.

BSNL Revises Entire Broadband Portfolio, Now Offers Up to Five Times More FUP

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BSNL BBG Combo ULD 675: Benefits and Details

This plan from BSNL is priced at Rs 675 (excluding GST) and it now provides a user 5GB of data per day at 10 Mbps speeds for the rental period. Once the 5GB daily FUP completes, users can enjoy data speeds of 2 Mbps without any FUP limit. The plan also comes with unlimited voice calling benefit. Earlier, the same plan offers 35GB of data at 10 Mbps speeds along with 2 Mbps after FUP download, upload speeds. But it now provides a whopping 150GB data benefit for the entire validity period.

BSNL BBG Combo ULD 845: Benefits and Details

The BBG Combo ULD 845 broadband plan from BSNL is valid across the country and it now provides a user 10GB data per day at 10 Mbps speeds along with 2 Mbps after FUP speeds. Earlier, the same plan used to offer 50GB of data for the entire rental period. Like the Rs 675 broadband plan, it also comes with unlimited voice calling facility.

BSNL BBG Combo ULD 999 and Combo ULD 1199: Benefits and Details

Next on the list, we have the two plans priced over Rs 1,000. The BBG Combo ULD 999 plan which used to ship with 70GB data now offers a user 15GB data per day at 10 Mbps speeds. Post the daily limit, users can consume data at 2 Mbps speeds. The BBG Combo ULD 1199 plan, on the other hand, comes with 20GB daily data at the same 10 Mbps speeds.

BBG Combo ULD 1495 and Combo ULD 2295: Benefits and Details

The premium-priced non-FTTH broadband plan from BSNL is the Rs 2,295 one which earlier used to offer 200GB of data at 24 Mbps speeds, but now, the same plan comes with 35GB data per day at 24 Mbps speeds. The Rs 1,495 plan now offers a user 25GB data per day at 10 Mbps, up from the earlier 140GB data benefit.

BSNL BBG Combo 1745 VDSL: Benefits and Details

In the revised BSNL broadband plans list, we also have a VDSL plan of Rs 1,745. The plan used to offer 16 Mbps speeds till 140GB and 2 Mbps post the FUP. After the revision, it provides the same 16 Mbps speeds, but the data benefit is 30GB per day. These changes are already effective across the country.

Whenever we plan to travel abroad, perhaps one of the first questions that comes to our mind is: “How am I going to stay connected when I’m there?” And that’s not surprising at all. While it’s true that hotels and other places generally have free Wi-Fi in most countries around the world, you still need to be able to make (and take) calls.

Now, you can always get a local SIM (available at most international airports) whenever you land, but it’s always better to plan beforehand. So, the easiest option is to get an international roaming pack activated on your number. That way, you can continue to stay connected through your permanent number, even when you’re abroad.

Telecom operators in India offer quite a few international roaming packs, and these vary based on factors like duration of validity, and calling/data benefits. But which of them offers the best value for your money? To find out, read our comparison between the prepaid international roaming plans offered by three of India’s biggest private-sector telcos – Reliance Jio, Vodafone, and Airtel.

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Reliance Jio

Reliance Jio’s international roaming plans start at Rs 575, offering unlimited incoming and outgoing calls (capped at 100 minutes local and to India), data, and 100 SMS, with a validity of 1 day. If your trip is a long one, you can go for the Rs 2,875 plan, which has a validity of seven days. It offers unlimited incoming calls, 100 minutes for outgoing calls (both local and to India), and 100 text messages per day. Lastly, there’s the Rs 5,751 plan that comes with a 30-day validity. This gives you unlimited incoming calls, 1,500 minutes of outgoing calls, 1,500 SMS per month, as well as unlimited data (capped at 5GB for high-speed).

The above-mentioned plans cover around 20 major international countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Singapore, and Ireland.

Vodafone

Under the ‘iRoamFree’ brand, Vodafone offers many international roaming plans. While these vary a bit based on the country you’re visiting, the plans remain the same for popular destinations. In case you just need connectivity for a day, you can go for the Rs 695 plan. That will give you unlimited incoming calls, 120 outgoing minutes (local and to India), free outgoing SMS, and 1GB of data.

If you have a week-long vacation planned, you can get the Rs 3,495 plan with a validity of 7 days. If offers the same benefits as the 1-day pack, but data allowance is at a generous 7GB. Lastly, there’s the big plan with a validity of 28 days. Priced at Rs 6,995, it offers unlimited incoming calls, 120 free minutes daily for outgoing calls (local and to India), free outgoing SMS, and 15GB of mobile data.

Vodafone’s ‘iRoamFree’ packs are available in over 60 countries, including the United States, Germany, Finland, Sweden, France, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Thailand, and the UK.

Airtel

In case you’re an Airtel prepaid subscriber, a 1-day international roaming plan will cost you Rs 649. In that price, you’ll get unlimited incoming calls, 100 free outgoing minutes (to India), 500MB of free data, and 100 text messages. Then there’s the Rs 2,999 pack, which comes with a validity of seven days and offers unlimited incoming calls, 3GB of data, 250 outgoing minutes (to India), and 100 text messages.

For a month-long holiday, go for the Rs 3,999 pack, which has a validity of 30 days. You get unlimited incoming calls, 5GB data, 500 outgoing minutes (to India), and 100 SMS.

Airtel’s international roaming packs cover majority of popular international destinations, such the United States, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, France, and Belgium.

Bharti Airtel, the former market leader, has shown interest in forging a partnership with Vodafone Idea in a joint venture for owning fibre network to focus on expansion. As per an ET Telecom report, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, both competitors are ready to bow down for forging a joint venture entity which would own the fibre network and would help drive bolstering growth and better influx for both the companies.

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Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel Trying to Raise Funds

The business daily reported a top Airtel official saying, “We will be delighted to share and create one company. We have already built a lot of fibre with Vodafone Idea, and over the past two years, a lot of sharing has happened between the two companies.”

Notably, Indus Towers, the biggest tower company of India is jointly owned by Airtel and Vodafone Idea. Now due to the intense tariff war and the financially draining situations of the industry, both the companies have been resorting to different ways to raise funds to meet their capex and operational requirements. While Bharti Airtel has been selling its stake in the tower unit Bharti Infratel and making private placements of shares of its Africa business, Reliance Jio has set aside all of its fibre assets onto another separate entity and has plans to monetise it.

Airtel Plotting to Regain Top Position

Sunil Bharti Mittal led telco, Airtel, plans to regain its previous rank of top Revenue Market Share (RMS) holder by the end of the current fiscal year. Currently, Vodafone Idea has claimed the top spot with 32.8% RMS, with Bharti Airtel lagging behind at 30.9%. Reliance Jio, on the other hand, has 26.1% RMS as reported by ICICI Securities through the data collected by the industry watchdog, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai).

Going by the analysts’ opinions, now the telcos will be able to hike the prices as the industry is headed towards stability owing to the consolidation. Also, since all the three telcos now own almost one-third RMS, the focus will soon be on increasing revenue by increasing prices. Another report by ET Telecom had denoted that Airtel is ready to shed off 60-70 million low-end subscribers in a bid to boost its ARPU.

This fact is definitely reinforced when we get to see the current trend in the telecom industry with operators introducing minimum recharge packs to weed out low paying customers and to increase their ARPU.

Vodafone India is striving hard to stay in the competition as it has now rolled out a new 100% cashback offer to its prepaid users. Having said that, Vodafone’s 100% cashback offer is pretty much similar to what Airtel is providing right now. For the unaware, Airtel offers 100% cashback on its Rs 399 recharge, but Vodafone’s offer is valid on three prepaid plans- Rs 399, Rs 458 and Rs 509, which provides benefits of 1.4GB daily data, unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day. According to the information we have, Vodafone has rolled out this offer in all the circles, but in some circles, the offer will not be valid on the plans mentioned above. That said, the cashback will be given in the form of Rs 50 vouchers.

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Vodafone 100% Cashback Offer: Eligible Recharges and Other Details

Aforementioned, Vodafone is offering 100% cashback on three of its prepaid recharges- Rs 399, Rs 458 and Rs 509. All the three plans ship with 1.4GB daily data, 100 SMS per day and unlimited voice calling even on roaming for 70, 84 and 90 days respectively. The Rs 399 prepaid recharge provides a user eight Rs 50 vouchers, while the Rs 458 and Rs 509 delivers a user nine and ten vouchers respectively. These Rs 50 vouchers will be credited to user’s account and they can be accessed via My Vodafone app. In some Vodafone 4G circles, the cashback offer is also valid on Rs 199 prepaid plan as well.

As seen with other telcos, customers can avail a discount of Rs 50 on every prepaid recharge of Rs 399 or Rs 458 or Rs 509. Do make a note that a user can recharge only the Vodafone prepaid number which they used to get these cashback vouchers. And for a single transaction, only one voucher can be used. For example, if you’re recharging the Rs 399 plan, then you can use one Rs 50 voucher which brings down the price of the plan to Rs 349. But the benefits of the plan will remain the same.

Vodafone 100% Cashback Offer is Not Available in Some Circles

Vodafone also confirmed to us that this offer is not applicable in some circles, although only for some denominations. In Bihar & Jharkhand, users will not be able to get any cashback on the Rs 409 prepaid plan. Lastly, in Himachal Pradesh circle, the offer is available only on the Rs 458 plan as the other two recharges- Rs 399 and Rs 509 will not provide any cashback.

Prices of Vodafone Tariff Plans in Some Circles Differ

As you might be aware of, Vodafone is not offering 4G services in some circles including Bihar & Jharkhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana and Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh. And in these circles, the tariff prices differ. For example, the Rs 399 prepaid recharge is available at Rs 409 in these circles. Likewise, the Rs 458 prepaid plan is available at Rs 459, while Rs 509 plan is being provided at Rs 529 with other benefits.

So in these circles, the offer is applicable as per the tariff plans available.

Jio’s expansion and popularity in India is unstoppable, as, in the month of September, they were the only telecom firm to add new users. Both Airtel and Vodafone-Idea lost crores of users in the same month.

The presence and dominance of Jio have triggered unprecedented consolidations in the telecom space: Vodafone-Idea merger is no doubt the biggest among them all.

However, now Airtel and Vodafone-Idea may join forces to fight the mighty Jio, and this can change everything.

What will be this partnership all about? How will they take on Jio with this new arrangement? Keep reading to find out more!

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Will Airtel Join Forces With Vodafone-Idea?

As per an unnamed top official from Airtel, they are now open to join forces with Vodafone-Idea and ensure more profits and revenues to defeat Jio by March end.

This alleged partnership will most probably happen in the telecom infrastructure space, rather than in the operations or services space.

In the past as well, Airtel and Vodafone had shared telecom infrastructure and towers, and this can be a new start to their old partnership.

This time, Jio will be the catalyst.

How Will This Work?

As per the information available, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea may float a new company which will be solely working on the optical fiber niche, which can also include towers and networks.

Once this company is floated, revenues can be generated as well, which will help both Airtel and Vodafone-Idea to fight Jio’s onslaught. 5G is about to hit India, and every telecom company and ISP will need services of an optical fiber network.

Immense opportunity for monetization.

The unnamed official said, “We will be delighted to share and create one company. We have already built a lot of fibre with Vodafone Idea and over the past two years, a lot of sharing has happened between the two companies.”

There has been no official comment from Airtel or Vodafone-Idea regarding this update.

Is This Partnership Even Needed?

Strategically speaking, both Airtel and Vodafone-Idea are gasping for air, as Jio is snatching away market share at an unprecedented pace.

As shared earlier, Jio was the only telco to add new users in September, while Airtel and Vodafone, Idea lost their existing customers.

In order to increase ARPU, Airtel and Vodafone are now forcing the users to recharge monthly, and this is causing even more harm to them, as more and more users are now ditching their services, and opting for Jio or BSNL.

Even Airtel had to slash their tariff for 28-day validity plans, due to these reasons.

Hence, if Airtel and Vodafone-Idea want to beat Jio in 2019, then they will need to do something dramatic, and out of the box.

And maybe this new partnership in optical fiber space holds the secret.

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Vodafone Idea Limited has come up with a new offer for postpaid users after an eternity. As part of this new offers, Vodafone Idea customers can avail up to Rs 2,400 discount on every postpaid plan for 12 months or one year. Vodafone has this offer for a while now, but Idea Cellular has rolled it now to increase its postpaid user base. The newly merged telco has partnered with Citi Bank and providing 50% discount for users who apply for a new Citi Bank credit card. That being said, a user can avail a maximum discount of Rs 200 every month and an overall discount amount of Rs 2,400 spread across 12 months. For the unaware, Vodafone’s RED range of postpaid plans start at Rs 299, while Idea’s Nirvana postpaid plans start at Rs 399.

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How to Get 50% Discount on Vodafone Idea Postpaid Plans?

Vodafone Idea Limited has detailed the terms and conditions of the offer. To avail this offer, a customer has to apply for a new Citibank credit card and spend Rs 4,000 within 60 days of the card issuance. Vodafone and Idea customers using Vodafone Red or Idea Nirvana plans of Rs 399 & higher will be eligible for a discount of Rs 2,400 for a year on their postpaid rentals. Do make a note that the cashback would be offered at the rate of Rs 200 per month for 12 months.

In addition, to make things simpler to the customers, Vodafone and Idea Cellular are allowing users to apply for a credit card via My Vodafone or My Idea application and via the company’s websites too.

Vodafone RED Postpaid Plans: Netflix Subscription, 300GB Data and More

Vodafone India has the best postpaid plans in the industry right now. The telco’s postpaid plans start at Rs 299 and goes all the way up to Rs 2,999. With the entry-level postpaid plan of Rs 299, the telco is providing a total of 20GB data with carry forward feature, while the higher priced Rs 2,999 RED postpaid plan gives a user 300GB of data with 500GB of data carry forward option.

On top of that, Vodafone is offering one-year Amazon Prime subscription for free with the Rs 399 and above postpaid plans, and Netflix subscription with its postpaid plans priced above Rs 999.

Idea Nirvana Postpaid Plans: What Do They Offer?

Vodafone revised its RED range of postpaid plans back in April this year, while Idea Cellular revised them a couple of months ago. Idea’s Nirvana range of postpaid plans start at Rs 399, same as Vodafone and goes all the way up to Rs 2,999. The base plan of Rs 399 offers a user 40GB of data along with Data Carry Forward feature up to 200GB, and the Rs 2,999 plans ships with 300GB of data.

Unlike Vodafone, Idea Cellular is not giving any additional benefits such as Amazon Prime and Netflix subscription, but users will get free access to Idea’s Digital services such as Idea Music, Idea Movies & Live TV and others.

Vodafone Idea has been disappointing prepaid customers in recent times, but on the sidelines, the telco is bringing new tariff plans as well. Vodafone India has now come up with a new prepaid recharge of Rs 159 taking on Airtel and Jio’s Rs 149 prepaid plan. Same as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone is also providing 1GB data per day for a period of 28 days, which takes the overall data benefit for 28GB. Alongside the data benefit, Vodafone is also shipping 100 SMS per day and unlimited voice calling benefits for the entire validity period. Reliance Jio is also providing 1.5GB data per day for the same validity period of 28 days. Do make a note that this prepaid plan is valid only for select users.

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Vodafone Rs 159 Prepaid Plan Benefits in Detail

As mentioned above, Vodafone has matched Bharti Airtel with the benefits of the Rs 159 plan. Vodafone is giving unlimited voice calling with a cap of 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week. Furthermore, Vodafone is also capping the voice calls to 100 unique numbers during the entire validity period.

Coming to the data benefit, Vodafone is providing 1GB of data per day for 28 days, which makes it 28GB of data benefit for the entire validity. Lastly, users will also get 100 SMS per day benefit, but the SMS benefit varies with every circle. In some circles, Vodafone is offering 100 SMS per day, while in some circles, it’s giving 100 SMS for the plan validity period and in some circles, it’s not providing any SMS benefits at all.

The plan is valid for 28 days from the date of recharge and it’s valid to select users across all the Vodafone 4G circles.

Vodafone Rs 159 Prepaid Plan vs Jio’s Rs 149 Plan

As it’s clearly known, Vodafone has introduced this prepaid plan to take on Jio’s Rs 149 plan, which has been one of the best-prepaid plans under Rs 150 since the start of 2018. However, Vodafone fails to beat Jio as the Mukesh Ambani-owned telco is giving unlimited voice calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day and 1GB of 4G data per day for 28 days. And more importantly, the plan is valid across all the 22 telecom circles in India.

Vodafone Rs 159 Prepaid Plan vs Airtel Rs 149 Plan

Like Vodafone, Airtel is offering the Rs 149 plan for select users in all the circles, again with slight variations in benefits. Airtel is giving 1GB of data per day along with unlimited voice calling without any FUP limit and 100 SMS per day for a period of 28 days, same as Vodafone. For some users, the same plan gives 1GB of 4G data for the entire validity period of 28 days and unlimited voice calls for 28 days.

Vodafone is Very Aggressive in Prepaid Segment These Days

Just a couple of days ago, Vodafone has unveiled its entire range of 1.5GB daily data plans starting at Rs 209. Vodafone now has three plans offering 1.5GB data per day, and they are Rs 209, Rs 479 and Rs 529. The Rs 209 plan offers benefits for 28 days, followed by the Rs 479 with 84 days validity and Rs 529 plan which is valid for 90 days. The telco also introduced a slew of other prepaid plans such as Rs 279, Rs 189 and Rs 109. In addition, Vodafone also came up with other recharges such as Rs 189 and Rs 279.

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