Updated: June 3, 2020 2:13:08 pm
Vodafone-Idea, Airtel and Reliance Jio have launched several new recharge plans amid the lockdown. Vodafone now brings a new plan worth Rs 251. Airtel and Reliance Jio also offer a Rs 251 plan. Similar to Jio and Airtel, with Rs 251 prepaid plan Vodafone wants to offer users more data at a reasonable price so they can easily and seamlessly work from home.
Vodafone Rs 251: Benefits, validity
Under the new Vodafone-Idea Rs 251 recharge plan, the operator offers a total of 50GB data to users for a period of 28 days. Notably, this pack just offers data benefits and doesn’t bring with calling or SMS benefits or access to apps. This plan is basically targeted at users who have exhausted their data on the current plan due to work from home.
Currently, this Vodafone plan is available only to select users. The Vodafone-Idea Rs 251 data plan is available in Gujarat, Bihar, Chennai, Haryana, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, UP East, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Mumbai, Kolkata, Maharashtra & Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, and West Bengal. The telecom operator hasn’t revealed whether the plan will be available in other countries anytime soon.
Airtel Rs 251: Benefits, validity
Similar to Vodafone, Airtel and Jio offer Rs 251 prepaid plan and both are also limited to data only. Unlike the Vodafone Rs 251 plan, Airtel doesn’t offer any validity and so users can use the offered 50GB data at their convenience. The Airtel plan also doesn’t offer calling or SMS benefits or complimentary offers. Similarly, Reliance Jio also offers Rs 251 recharge plan. This plan is available across circles.
Reliance Jio Rs 251 plan: Benefits, validity
Under the Jio Rs 251 plan also users get 50GB data for a validity period of 30 days. Similar to Vodafone and Airtel plan, Jio Rs 251 prepaid plan also doesn’t offer calling and SMS benefits. It is also limited to data only. Reliance Jio calls this plan ‘work from home’ as it offers data so users can seamlessly work from home. This plan is available across circles.
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