Best 4G Prepaid Tariff Plans from All Operators Under Rs. 500

With the entry of Reliance Jio into the 4G market since last year, price wars have been going on for long now. Airtel is the biggest telecom operator in India and has been frequently changing its tariff plans in response to Reliance Jio’s disruptive pricing. Ultimately this benefits the customers who get more data, calls and value-added services at lower rates.

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Lately, Airtel and Vodafone have yet again revamped their prepaid plans in order to lure customers away from Jio. Below we have compiled an updated list of the best 4G prepaid tariff plans from all operators in November 2017.

Airtel Rs. 448 Plan

Airtel’s Rs. 448 plan is a new one and offers unlimited local, STD and roaming outgoing along with 70GB data. The voice calls are limited to 300 minutes per day and 1200 minutes per week. The plan is valid for 70 days and basically offers 1GB per day FUP which works out to 70GB. After the FUP, the data speed drops to

The reduction invalidity of the plan by 14 days has been compensated with unlimited calling even on roaming. So if you travel frequently, you need not worry about the roaming charges. Besides the plan also offers 100 free SMS per day. This offer is currently applicable on all 4G and 3G handsets.

Idea Cellular Rs. 357 Plan

Idea Cellular is also among one of the biggest networks in India. Lately Idea Cellular has introduced a new plan to counter the onslaught of Jio. The company is offering the new Rs. 357 plan with both voice calling and data benefits.

The recharge plan gives customers 1GB per day, unlimited calls and 100 SMSes per day, with a validity of 28 days. The plan, however, offers validity for mere 28 days which leaves Idea users with not many options.

Reliance Jio Rs. 459 Plan

Reliance Jio is the one that frequently plays price wars to keep its customer base intact all while cutting those of its competitors. Jio’s latest prepaid plan for Rs. 459 is best one yet for its customers looking for unlimited calls and internet.

Reliance Jio’s Rs 459 recharge comes with 1GB data per day along with unlimited calls, which includes local, STD and as well as roaming inside India. It also offers free 100 SMS per day and subscription for Jio apps such as JioCinema, JioTV and JioMusic for free. The great news about this plan is that it is valid for 84 days, unlike Airtel’s Rs. 448 plan.

Vodafone Rs. 509 Plan

Keeping in line with its competitors, Vodafone has come with two new plans of Rs. 458 and Rs. 509. While the price of Rs. 509 is technically a little bit over 500 we have still added it to the list as best and on par with Jio’s plan.

Vodafone’s 509 prepaid plan gives the users 84 days validity of using 1GB data per day along with unlimited voice calls, includes both local and STD and those made on roaming inside India. The unlimited calling, however, is restricted to 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week limit. Vodafone users also a free subscription to the Vodafone Play service as well as 100 free SMS per day as part of the plan.

BSNL Rs. 429 Plan

BSNL has introduced a Rs. 429 plan to combat the Jio threat. The plan offers 90GB of bundled data as part of 1GB per day along with the usual unlimited calling service to any network. BSNL’s prepaid recharge is the cheapest among all the operators as it comes with a validity of 90 days.

Which 4G plan do you use? Do let us know via comments.

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Kaushik
November 17, 2017 3:14 pm 3:14 PM

Srikapardhi please update your article. Idea has rs 495 recharge which gives 1GB daily with UK calls and 100 SMS per day for 70 days.

Vijay kudal
November 17, 2017 11:11 am 11:11 AM

bsnl plan is not 4g

Sudhakar
November 17, 2017 6:28 am 6:28 AM

Jio can be used only as a landline because its coverage in the outskirts of most of the towns and cities / inside building is worst.

shreya
November 17, 2017 11:54 am 11:54 AM

I am using BSNL and JIO.

I use BSNL as Primary num and JIO as secondary.

I get 4g Coverage in JIO all over chennai. I get speeds upto 10mbps.

BSNL is taking time to connect calls. Frequent disconnections. Very low 3g Coverage and speeds. Once BSNL was good, Now its worse in tamil nadu.

Once packs of JIO becomes stable, i will port to JIO. However i will always have BSNL as second sim, Cause some or the other way it will be helpful during calamities.

Raj
November 17, 2017 10:44 am 10:44 AM

Dear mr.sudhakar
You are always share wrong details .
Now many are Airtel s 3g,2g tower almost down.
Their 4g speed very very pathetic.
You know one thing Jio even cover small villages in Tamil Nadu last entry.
I agree Airtel good network once upon a time
Not now .
Earlier Airtel suck much money from public 300/GB . That time no their network congestion
Please thing your past days
Rate cutter,sms pack,roming pack,caller tune pack, vas pack and many more money suck this looted.
Don’t support this type sucking operator

Only money mind operator.

Pallab|WB
November 17, 2017 3:38 pm 3:38 PM

Call quality on Airtel 2G network is horrible. Here in Kolkata and West Bengal circle Vodafone provides best call quality on 2G network.

Telecom
November 17, 2017 10:03 am 10:03 AM

TN is state where Aircel using good chunk of spectrum, that why Jio not having good coverage, but in all other states Jio is having satisfactory coverage. Aircel can run away any day even it is good for telecom bz other operator can expand there after availability.

Siddu
November 17, 2017 9:27 am 9:27 AM

Are you a pre-programed Bot???
Bsnl could be used as toy phone in TN… Always checking the signal bars whether 2g or 3g…!!

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