BSNL vs Jio vs Airtel


Airtel also recently launched Rs 499 plan where it offers 2 GB 3G/4G per day for 82 days with same voice calling and SMS benefits. The advent of 4G has increased the average data consumption considerably. This plan comes with a validity of 51 days and offers only data benefits. This makes the decision of totalling down on a recharge pack even more hard as it has to be compared by 4G data per day limit. Airtel offers a similar plan to Vodafone at Rs 349 that comes with 3GB of daily data along with unlimited calls to any network in the country and 100 SMS messages per day. It also includes unlimited voice calls, 100 SMSes per day, and uninterrupted access to a slew of Jio apps like Jio TV, JioMusic, JioMovies, and others.

However, with the launch of new data packs BSNL has managed to stay afloat in telecom's heavy data, unlimited voice calls market.

Every now and then when telcos introduce new plan, it becomes necessary to compare with RJio plans, as the company has maintained it's leadership in providing best offers with heavy data, cheap recharge pack and unlimited voice calls. BSNL, which is still stuck on 3G network, is soon expected to roll-out 4G services.

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To recall, the recently launched Vodafone's Rs. 569 recharge pack, is a unique offer from the company. Earlier, Vodafone was giving 2.5G data per day which is now revised to 3GB data per day. The BSNL Rs 187 plan offers unlimited voice calls (both STD and local) along with 100 free SMS per day.

Talking about offers from rival operators that are close to Vodafone's Rs 349 plan, we have Airtel and Reliance Jio offering 3GB data per day in plans of their own. Also, there is no free caller tune offer with this plan. All local, STD and Roaming calls are free in the BSNL 349 prepaid plan. However, the new Rs 349 pack provides the same per day data limit but for a validity of 28 days only.

Airtel has Rs. 349 recharge pack that offers 3GB 4G data per day. The new plan is essentially a revamped version of the Rs. 348 plan with 500MB more data per day.