Bharti Airtel offers abundant options to users going for a prepaid recharge. There is something for everyone present in the offerings of Airtel. Whether it is a small validity recharge plan that’s affordable or if you are looking for an annual prepaid plan with an over-the-top (OTT) benefit so that you can enjoy a little, you can get everything from Airtel. Note that both Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea (Vi) also offers users a ton of options. Thus it can be a little confusing for you to select a prepaid plan that’s worth your money. That is why, today, I will be listing for you all the prepaid plans under Rs 700 from Airtel that are the best.
Bharti Airtel Prepaid Plans Under Rs 700
There are five plans under Rs 700 from Airtel that are suitable for everyone and anyone. These plans cost Rs 149, Rs 399, Rs 449, Rs 598, and Rs 698. These plans are the best ones because all of them offer data, voice calling, and SMS benefits. Let’s start with the cheapest plan from the telco.
The Rs 149 prepaid plan offers users truly unlimited voice calling, 300 SMS, and 2GB of data for 28 days. Users are entitled to receive Airtel Thanks benefits that include Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition (one-month free trial), Airtel Xstream Premium, Wynk Music, and more.
Then the Rs 399 plan offers users 1.5GB daily data along with truly unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS/day. This plan comes with a validity of 56 days and also offers users Airtel Thanks benefits.
Note that all of the remaining plans, including the Rs 449, Rs 598, and Rs 698 plan, also offers users truly unlimited voice calling to any mobile network within India along with 100 SMS/day and Airtel Thanks benefits.
The difference between these plans come when the daily data and validity is being talked about. The Rs 449 plan comes with 2GB daily data for 56 days, while the Rs 598 plan comes with 1.5GB daily data but for 84 days. For Rs 100 more, with the Rs 698 plan, users get 2GB daily data for 84 days.
In comparison, these plans are a little expensive than what Reliance Jio offers to its users. However, Airtel wants to keep it that way to ensure that it adds more high average revenue per user (ARPU) customers than Reliance Jio. The company’s strategy is even working as even though it lost many subscribers in May 2021, the telco’s ARPU improved marginally in the April-June 2021 quarter which is a big positive for the telco.