Best Data Focused Postpaid Plans Under Rs. 500 in India As of June 2017

At the moment, all the telecom operators in India are offering insane offers for prepaid users, which is making the postpaid users go crazy. Already, most of the postpaid customers across all the operators started converting as prepaid users to enjoy the benefits. For prepaid users, almost all the telecom operators are offering 1GB data per day at an average rate of Rs. 400.

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But there don’t exist any such offers for postpaid customers. However, in recent times, there are some plans introduced by the top telecom operators for the postpaid users as well. Most of the postpaid consumers are looking for best plans under Rs. 500. That said, here are the five best data focused postpaid plans released by telecom players in India as of June 2017.

Airtel Rs. 499 Plan

Bharti Airtel, the country’s leading telecom operator, has been a pioneer in the postpaid segment and the company’s myPlan Infinity plan of Rs. 499 is the one of the best plan available in the market right now. It provides unlimited local calls along with roaming free incoming calls, 3000 SMS, and 5GB 4G data per billing cycle. And for new Airtel postpaid users, the same plan gives additional 10GB data for first three months.

RCom’s Rs. 499 Plan

Reliance Communications led by Anil Ambani is under tremendous pressure and to attract customers, the operator recently announced new postpaid plans. Out of the new postpaid plans, the premium one is the Jalsa Unlimited 499 plan, which gives 30GB 4G data per month, along with free incoming and outgoing roaming calls and 3000 SMS per month. That said, users have to enrol under the plan by heading over to an online portal. This new plan is available only in the RCom 4G circles.

Idea Cellular’s Rs. 499 Plan

Idea Cellular, the India’s third largest telecom operator, is trying its best to attract the users. The company has a postpaid plan of Rs. 499, which gives unlimited local + national + roaming incoming calls, 5GB of 4G data per month, and 100 SMS per day for 30 days. This plan is valid on the pan-India basis.

Vodafone RED 499 Unlimited

Well, all the plans on this list until now costs Rs. 499 and the same is the case with Vodafone’s RED 499 Unlimited. The plan offers unlimited local and STD minutes and unlimited incoming roaming calls. It also bundles 5GB data and 100 SMS per billing cycle. Same as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone is also offering additional 30GB data for three months for new connections.

RCom’s Rs. 333 Plan

Well, this newly introduced plan is the best postpaid plan right now on the market. This Jalsa Unlimited 333 plan provides 30GB 4G data per month, making it Rs. 11.1 per GB. It gives free incoming calls on roaming and unlimited local and STD calls per month. Furthermore, the plan also gives 100 SMS for each billing cycle. Same as the Jalsa Unlimited 499 plan, this plan should be chosen online.

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17 Comments on "Best Data Focused Postpaid Plans Under Rs. 500 in India As of June 2017"

 

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Girish Gowda
June 18, 2017 1:29 pm 1:29 PM

Best data focused postpaid plan is JIO’s Rs. 309/month for 30GB. What is this fake article?

geek
June 18, 2017 8:43 pm 8:43 PM

This article focusses on what other operators are offering in response to JIO !

Besides, JIO plans are known to all ! Nothing new from them since March !

Vikram
June 18, 2017 10:32 am 10:32 AM

Off topic: Airtel delhi launched new national roaming voucher of RC52 in which you’ll get home circle call charges benefits. That means if you have unlimited local and std scheme on your number than you can enjoy this benefit on roaming too which was not possible before. The validity of this recharge voucher is 28days and currently it is available in delhi circle only…

Jio lover
June 19, 2017 8:42 pm 8:42 PM

Have u used it with unlimited pack??

Jio lover
June 18, 2017 6:46 pm 6:46 PM

Is it special offer or available to all?

geek
June 18, 2017 9:27 am 9:27 AM

why isn’t bsnl offering unlimited calling (& good amount of data) plans in the range of 300 to 500 bucks in the postpaid category when their prepaid users are getting super attractive offers (their Chauka-444 is unbeatable – a sort of JIO Killer ) ?

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