5 Prepaid and Postpaid Plans Launched by Idea Cellular Recently to Combat Airtel and Reliance Jio

Idea Cellular is currently India’s third largest telecom operator with a user base of over 195 million. The company in order to form the country’s leading telecom operator has joined hands with its counterpart Vodafone India. The merger is expected to be done by the end of 2018, and till then, Idea said that the company would be competitive enough in the market.

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After Reliance Jio’s entry, Idea’ subscriber addition slowed down. As a result, the company started luring the customers by introducing new offers, which are in line with Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer and Airtel’s new plans. Furthermore, Idea is not only concentrating on just prepaid offers but also introduced various new postpaid plans. Here’re the five prepaid and postpaid plans introduced by Idea Cellular in the last six months.

Rs. 447 Plan for Prepaid Users

This plan from Idea Cellular is aimed at Airtel Rs. 399 and

This plan from Idea Cellular is aimed at Airtel Rs. 399 and Reliance Jio’s Rs. 309 plan. It offers 1GB data per day along with unlimited calling for ten weeks (70 days). This plan offers just 3000 minutes of voice calling.

Rs. 297 Plan for Prepaid Customers

Along with the Rs. 447 plan, Idea also unveiled a Rs. 297 pack, which offers unlimited Idea to Idea calls, along with 1GB data per day for 70 days. This plan comes with voice call limitation of 300 minutes per day and 1200 minutes per week.

A slew of First Recharge Plans for Prepaid Customers

Idea Cellular has been launching new user plans to attract the new users across the country. Recently, it rolled out a plan of Rs. 399 for the users of Himachal Pradesh that offers similar benefits of the plans mentioned above with 1GB data per day and unlimited voice calling. But the validity of this plan is 84 days.

The Rs. 649 Postpaid Plan

One of the best postpaid plan available in the market right now. The Rs. 649 is aimed at Airtel’s Rs. 649 myPlan Infinity postpaid plan. This plan offers unlimited local and STD calls, 3000 SMS, and 5GB data per billing cycle.

Data Add-On Pack for Postpaid Users

Idea also launched a data add-on pack recently for postpaid users. The data add-on gives 1GB data per day for one month, and as an introductory offer, Idea is offering a discount on the plan as well.

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The new plan costs Rs. 300 and offered for free to all the postpaid customers on rental plans of Rs. 499 and above. Idea Postpaid users of base rental plans of Rs. 349 to Rs. 498 can avail the pack at a discounted rate of just Rs. 50 only.

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So it’s bad idea to continue as a postpaid customer! Better port to Airtel/Jio or be a prepaid customer.

Arena
Arena

Where are these offers shown on idea,.. except on TT, I see no where.

Offer to single user don’t make pan India offer. Idea don’t have asspower to drive it’s users with offers mentioned. It’s limited user base offer.

Kaushik
Kaushik

You have to run behind the idea executives if you want to avail of such offers. It’s available if you go to 4-5 idea stores in a single day. 🙂

Sandy
Sandy

Mostly it will come to cug customers since they are the higher paying ones.

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