Virgin Mobile GPRS Tariff Hiked, Now 1GB (Earlier 4GB) for Rs 96

In the line of recent tariff hike on GPRS packs, Tata Teleservices has revised Virgin Mobile (GSM)’s 2G data packs. Now GPRS packs from Virgin Mobile India are just similar to Tata Docomo’s GPRS packs.

In our comments section we have seen several comments that suggest to use Virgin Mobile (earlier offering 4GB for Rs 96) instead of Tata Docomo (now 1GB for Rs 95). I guess Tata Docomo guys have seen it (of course they read it – TT Impact: Tata Docomo Revised T&C on GPRS Packs) and revised GPRS packs from Virgin Mobile.

Check out revised GPRS packs from Virgin Mobile GSM:

Virgin Mobile India GSM - GPRS Packs

Note that Tata Docomo charges 10p/10kB on post-bundled usage of these packs, while Virgin Mobile GSM charges 30p/50kB for the same.

Credit: Adil Ansari (Uttar Pradesh West)

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  • Yogesh May 6, 2014 9:13 pm

    Today recharge my VMI no. for ftt 150 rs.
    Then activate 1.25GB @125 rs.
    N vmi/tata providing all details:
    Speed is best @ Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
    This is reply I got about bal:

    Bal is 2505.00 paisa Validity is 01-10-2014, GPRS Pool balance (KB) 1310720.00 Validity is 05-06-2014 Your current tariff is- , Loc Tata 60.0p/60.0s, STD 60.0p
    /60.0s, Loc 60.0p/60.0s, STD Virgin 60.0p/60.0s, Loc Virgin 60.0p/60.0s, STD Tata 60.0p/60.0s, Loc Tata SMS50p, STD Tata SMS Rs1, STD SMS Rs1, Loc Virgin SMS50p
    , STD Virgin SMS Rs1, Loc SMS50p, Internet 10p/10kb.

  • Yogesh May 2, 2014 8:51 am

    Virgin mobile providing best internet experience to me . N voice clarity is too good . I am using its service since dec 2011. Getting 28KB-30KB : n rates are unchanged for last 1 year . 1.25GB @125rs = effectively 1GB @100rs :-) . N call rate 60p/min to all /local std landline : without any rate cutter :-) N no 40 min internet disconnection problem now :-)

  • Yogesh April 12, 2014 1:58 pm

    VMI : Virgin Mobile India: 2G Internet Packs : For Maharashtra, N Mumbai : rs/mb/days : 5/25/1 ; 14/100/3; 27/150/7; 55/400/15; 96/750/21; 125/1.25GB/30.

  • Kiran October 26, 2013 10:22 pm

    Is virgin mobile is providing service in Kerala region? If yes where can i get a conection and what are the packs??

  • ragesh odungattu June 25, 2013 8:58 pm

    can i port my bsnl number to virgin mobile……???????????? when i went to docomo outlet in hyderabad …..they said that i cant port to virgin mobile……

  • Pratham February 16, 2013 11:09 pm

    Virgin GSM is BEST in mumbai Circle. I am using its services since 2010, customer can select TATA GSM OR LOOP(BPL mobile) as their Home Network. Besides it Offers lowest tariff of LOC/STD calls 30p/min +750mb Data @rs 36 valid for 60days. SMS pack @rs 33 gives 2000LOC+NAT SMS valid for 30days GPRS PAck comprises of rs 44 with 2GB data and rs 201 with 12GB data for 15days and 90days respectively ( other GPRS packs have been reduced except this one

  • Pratham February 16, 2013 11:01 pm

    Virgin mobile is best In mumbai Cirle. Im its GSM customer since 2010,
    Customers in mumbai Can Use Tata and Loop(BPL Mobile) network Without any roaming Charges. It offers lowest Call Rate for LOC/STD 30p/min + 750mb Gprs @ rs 36 for 60days.
    Besides Where other Operator Inc TATA GSm have Hike their SMS and GPRS packs, Virgin GSM mumbai Stills gives tough to others 2000 loc+nat SMS @33 for 30days
    Gprs Pack of 44rs has not been revised rest are revised Gprs Pack @ 44 gives 2GB data using loop or TATA network

  • Sinoj February 16, 2013 8:24 pm

    I was a BSNL GPRS user. Plans are good. But, Browsing is so complicated. After clicking links or buttons such as, it doesn’t get activated or sometimes it gets activated but, the browser doesn’t load to the activated section. At the same time, I can download files stable 32KBPS speed without slowing down. I was using 2GB plan, 2GB exceeds within 20-25 days, losing data unknowingly. Previous month, I have used 1.25GB of DOCOMO. But, I could used it for 26 days. Is there any solutions for above problems? I would like to back to BSNL.

    • sarvesh February 17, 2013 1:02 am

      you can use opera mini for this purpose. i am using android phone and do my 99% browsing in opera mini next. it reduses data use nearly 85% and hence you can enjoy very much browsing. To know amount of data left you can check from ussd and also calculate by gprs data counter.

      • Sinoj February 17, 2013 4:15 pm

        Oh! I’m using with PC. Big problem is webpage loading. No such problems in cities like Kochi.

  • Avish February 16, 2013 7:26 pm

    Who is gonna ask the looters about the speed? wtf TRAI doing?

  • Saurabh February 16, 2013 6:58 pm

    From: Ambala, Haryana

    To shower love on their rivals or I should say their sister company Airtel, Idea has also capped speed to 80Kbps in all their unlimited 3G plans from 128Kbps before. 2G pack users also getting capped speed upto 80Kbps on 3G network and if they de-activate zero rental 3G, speed capping is 256Kbps on EDGE network which is unaffected. So 2G pack users better keep their 3G zero rental de-active.

  • Docomo February 16, 2013 6:52 pm

    Docomo is going to lose half of its customers to bsnl n avoid

  • sarvesh February 16, 2013 2:43 pm

    if private company is not offering very good service then whats wrong in going for bsnl. its speed is lot better than docomo. bsnl offers more data than others. and if you are using bsnl our money is not going to be in one man’s pocket. its govt. and they will revert back to us with better services. i was always against bsnl but now i think its affordable.
    people complain about bsnl’s customer care, but yesterday i called them and argued more than 15 minutes. the representetive listened me and did what i wanted. so i recommend people once to try bsnl.

    • anu February 16, 2013 7:23 pm

      yes i m also agree with u and up east ke customer care to turant hi call pick kar latay hai wo bhi FREE mai and in PVT company charge kartay hai 50paise per 3 min customer care se baat karnay ka ………

    • Murugesan.M February 16, 2013 10:43 pm

      I agreed with you

  • Manoj Abhigyan February 16, 2013 11:02 am

    I think TATA should sell Tat Tele to someone else interested in business.

    • Rudradeep Biswas February 16, 2013 2:19 pm

      TTSL acts as it is a tiger, but it is actually a mere rat in telecom sector. It is not even in top three spots in any circle, yet trying to act smart like biggies.

      • Manoj Abhigyan February 16, 2013 3:30 pm

        Totally agree with you RDB. Actually you said what I intend to say.

  • jigar February 16, 2013 10:25 am

    Very Bad move by Monopoly of TATA Teleservices,But Still one option is there for T24 GPRS DATA users for 19 circle..see website of T24 also show online recharge option.
    MRP ( ) Free Usage Details Offer Validity (Days) Post Free Usage
    With Validity left
    Per 1 KB Recharge Type
    96 6GB 30 1Paise Paid
    49 1GB 30 1Paise Paid
    16 500 MB 3 1paise Paid

  • Arijit Banerjee February 16, 2013 10:24 am

    Tata Docomo becomes bullshit now. Everybody knows their connection gets automatically disconnects every after 30 minute. This policy is now well known to them and the GPRS help desk start telling customers either to bear with it or do port to another network.

  • Saurabh February 16, 2013 9:34 am

    Ambala, Haryana: Yups, they’ve updated all circle pages except for Haryana where its still the same and Himachal Pradesh which is showing no plans at all. The plans are similar in all circles. So now Tata and the MVNO Virgin has GPRS plans on Pan-India basis. No circle specific plans like before which were categorized as reginal packs. :) Hoping for same on T24 website which is currently showing 6GB in 96.

  • Tharun George February 16, 2013 7:38 am

    Now what is the point of having Virgin when both have same tariff and same network?

  • praba February 16, 2013 7:08 am

    better to go for BSNL..