Idea withdraws double data offer on 4G plans

By April 17th, 2016 AT 5:31 AM

Idea Cellular which launched its 4G service with double data offer has now withdrawn the special offer on its 4G plans. Last month, Airtel had also withdrawn its double data offer on 4G plans in Kerala circle.


Idea Cellular was the first to come up with double data on all 3G/4G data packs above 1GB. This was soon followed by Airtel by offering similar double data offer on selected 4G plans. With Idea withdrawing the special offer, now all three telcos Airtel, Idea and Vodafone offer same tariff for 3G and 4G service across its circles.

Idea 4G Plans – Prepaid

MRP Data Validity
Rs 249 1 GB 28 Days
Rs 448 2 GB 30 Days
Rs 646 3 GB 30 Days
Rs 658 1.5 GB 30 Days
Rs 745 4 GB 30 Days
Rs 848 5 GB 30 Days
Rs 949 6 GB 30 Days
Rs 1146 8 GB 30 Days
Rs 1346 10 GB 30 Days

Looks like Idea has gone for truce with Airtel after its initial 4G launch offers. Vodafone which is lagging behind Idea and Airtel in terms of 4G expansion has not yet announced any perks for its 4G subscribers. With all three operators back to square one, customers has little to expect from the trios till new competition in 4G space comes in form Reliance Jio.

Note: Do cross check with Idea before opting any plans.

An IT professional who has got great passion for telecom. Has been closely watching Indian telecom space since 2009.

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[Off Topic] I am now getting 4G signal of Vodafone in Unitech area.


I started using bsnl after theese private telecos charges become unaffordable… I am getting decent speeds and low tarrif for call and data on bsnl ,


BSNL mobile data tariffs are increased with decrease in validity of most of the packs so that it is almost the same as avoid. What do you say?.

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