Best Tariff Plans From Telecom Operators Aimed at Heavy Voice Calling Users Under Rs 200

India’s top telecom operators – Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance Jio – are offering voice-calling free of cost among other benefits under several of its prepaid recharge plans. Amid the intense competition, it is the customers who are reaping greatest benefits.

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Heavy voice calling users now don’t have to rely on traditional recharges for their calling needs, as there are many unlimited plans under Rs 200 that come with additional benefits. Here are some of the monthly plan that offers more calls than one can use.

Airtel’s Rs. 199 Plan

This prepaid recharge plan by Airtel offers unlimited local, STD and roaming calls and is valid for a period of 28 days. It also offers 100 SMS per day. Also bundled along with the plan is 1GB of 3G/4G data. The company recently revised this plan. Airtel also removed the voice calling FUP a couple of days ago.

Vodafone’s Rs. 199 Plan

Vodafone has a similar plan to Airtel for Rs 199, which also offers similar benefits as the latter. Vodafone’s Rs 199 plan gives 1GB data, and unlimited voice calls including roaming calls. However, Vodafone has set a cap of 250 minutes daily and 1000 minutes weekly. After that, one paisa per second is charged as per FUP or fair usage policy. That said, the benefits of the plans differ with the circle.

Jio’s Rs. 149 Plan

Reliance Jio’s 28-day long plan offers unlimited Local, STD and roaming calls across all operators at a competitive price of Rs 149. Data at high speed is offered up to 4.2 GB, but daily speed data cap is 0.15 GB. After this, the speed will be reduced to 64 Kbps. Local, STD and roaming SMSes are capped at 300 for the entire duration period.

Idea’s 198 Plan

Idea Cellular is in the game as well as it has a plan of Rs 198. The Rs 198 plan from Idea Cellular was modified yesterday to offer unlimited voice calls including roaming calls, 100 SMS per day, and 1GB data for 28 days. That said, customers can avail additional 1GB of data if they recharge via MyIdea app or website.

In some circles, Idea Cellular is not offering roaming calls. Instead, it’s providing 1.5GB data.

BSNL’s Rs 187 Plan

State-owned telecom operator has an unlimited calling prepaid plan which costs Rs 187. The plan is valid for 28 days, much like other plans in the list. It offers 1GB data with after FUP being capped at 40 Kbps, meaning BSNL is offering unlimited data. Customers can also enjoy unlimited voice calls including roaming outgoing and incoming calls for 28 days.

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Faraz
December 8, 2017 12:06 pm 12:06 PM

In Aircel I am getting 5 GB data and unlimited calling for 28 in ?105.. no SMS benefit through.
But I still recharged Jio as it cost 120 to me. (459-99)÷3.

Ashish
December 8, 2017 10:33 am 10:33 AM

Tata Docomo 148 unlimited calls and 2GB data for 28 days

KkGs
December 8, 2017 8:05 am 8:05 AM

For the people who wants calling only, go for jio, their Network provides Crystal clear voice and no network issues related to call connectivity. I think jio VoLTE is better than airtel VoLTE

Kirti Khurana
December 8, 2017 9:52 am 9:52 AM

+1 kkgs
AVOID has many voice cracks now a days.

Kkgs
December 8, 2017 11:05 am 11:05 AM

So true… Alot of cracks and problems like the other party picked up the call and you can see the duration running but no voice coming, problems like these are very common with AVOID

Krishna
December 8, 2017 9:18 am 9:18 AM

But I think VoLTE has some small bugs. Lot of subscribers complaining about the consistency of this technology. It has to be err corrected much to use in a primary SIM. Am sure that minimum 10% of VoLTE customers are suffering with technical issues related to VoLTE.

Sandy
December 8, 2017 10:27 pm 10:27 PM

Volte had issues in Jio during start and now the same issue is with airtel Volte . Considering airtel Volte running on 1800 it will be more patchy.

KKPradhan
December 8, 2017 10:22 am 10:22 AM
More than 20% of the time I am facing issues while calling Airtel number my father is using in Odisha circle from Australia. At the same time, No issue faced calling my mother using Jio in the same circle having same brand mobile having an equal configuration. This may be happened due to congestion in Airtel network, Jio is way ahead of the competition in India for time being due to the use of LTE in 850MhZ band. Even in Australia here I can’t think of in building LTE coverage without sub 1K band and no VoLTE for all customers… Read more »
KkGs
December 8, 2017 9:45 am 9:45 AM

Ofcourse it’s gonna take time but mostly there aren’t any issues related to Jio VoLTE now. Calls connects super fast and voice is very clear, though i have also experienced issues like call drop and no response from Network even when i have dialled the number, the dialer use to say calling and that’s it, no voice no response from the network just calling message on the screen, but issues like these got solved now.. maybe few are still there but i think VoLTE is ofcourse better than 2G & 3G calling

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