Long-Term Prepaid Plans Under Rs 600 by Reliance Jio, Vodafone India and Bharti Airtel

Reliance Jio and other incumbent operators have been launching bundled, and combo plans to stay ahead of the competition in the telecom industry. These telcos have also launched long-term validity plans which come for a comparatively lesser price and offer more benefits. Below we have compiled a list of all the best long-term validity plans from the major telcos of the country. Read ahead and decide which one of them is the best suited to your needs.

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Reliance Jio Long-Term Validity Prepaid Plans
Jio offers two plans of Rs 399 and Rs 499 which provide the same benefits but with different validity. The plans bundle 1.5GB daily 4G data, unlimited voice calls (local, STD and roaming), 100 daily SMS and a free, complimentary subscription to other Jio apps and services. The Rs 399 plan by Reliance Jio comes for 84 days validity, whereas, the Jio Rs 449 plan comes with 91 days of validity. The Rs 399 is the plan which offers a lesser per GB cost.

Additionally, for users who want more than 1.5GB daily data, Jio also offers an extended validity plan of Rs 448 which comes with a validity of 84 days. Users get a total of 168GB data with a per GB data price of Rs 2.66. On the same lines, Rs 498 plan by Jio bundles the same benefit for 91 days. The per GB cost in this plan comes out to be Rs 2.73 while the total data in this plan is 182GB. Also, the benefits include unlimited calling, 100SMS per day and access to Jio apps.

Bharti Airtel Long-term Validity Prepaid Plans
The Rs 399 plan by Airtel counters the Rs 399 plan by Jio. However, the thing to note here is that Airtel offers 1.4GB data per day and the validity period of this plan is 84 days. Airtel ships a total of 117GB data in this plan with the per GB cost coming around Rs 3.41. Similarly, the Rs 509 plan offers the same benefits but for 90 days and the total data in this plan comes out to be 126GB.

The Rs 499 plan by Airtel competes with the Rs 498 plan by Reliance Jio, and both the plans offer same benefits. However, the Airtel plan comes with nine days less validity compared to Jio. The total data in this plan comes out to be 164GB data with a cost per GB of Rs 3.04. All the mentioned plans by Airtel come with unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day benefit.

Vodafone Long-Term Validity Prepaid plans
Vodafone offers two plans of Rs 458 and Rs 509 which bundle 1.4GB daily high-speed data, free calls and daily 100 SMS. The Rs 458 plan by Vodafone comes with 84 days validity, and users get the benefit of 117.6GB data with a cost per GB of Rs 3.89. The Rs 509 plan, on the other hand, comes with a validity of 90 days, and users get to claim 126GB data with cost per GB of 4.03.

Additionally, Vodafone also offers the Rs 511 plan with 2GB daily data and 84 days validity. The total data in this plan amounts to 168GB, and the per GB value sums up to be Rs 3.04. Another plan by Vodafone is the Rs 569 plan which offers 3GB of daily high-speed 4G data, and the total data in this plan is 252GB. The validity of this plan is also 84 days, so the cost per GB sums up to be Rs 2.25. This plan also comes with the usual benefits of unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day.

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15 Comments on "Long-Term Prepaid Plans Under Rs 600 by Reliance Jio, Vodafone India and Bharti Airtel"

 

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RamSen
August 3, 2018 8:05 pm 8:05 PM

If thinking about 4G, it’s only Jio, rest are jokes.

By the by, why no BSNL plans here? If one is providing 2G net, in the name of 4G and other is providing 3G speed in the name of 3G, then why the later one will not be given respect?? After all speed matters.

SANJIB BANERJEE
August 3, 2018 6:54 pm 6:54 PM

Bsnl provide better tariff

d5aqoep
August 3, 2018 5:50 pm 5:50 PM

The Vodafone and Airtel data plans are a joke and will remain joke till they keep their 2G network alive.

B3 and B40/B41 have almost non existent indoor coverage and your phone latches on wonderful 900Mhz 2G band.

Plus you get to see your phone do the Disco. ie. Siwtching between 2G/3G/4G. Fun to watch no doubt though!

Priyansh Singh
August 3, 2018 6:10 pm 6:10 PM

Never had any such Problem with AirTel (except in case of Travelling) but this is the motto of !dea Cellular. They will charge for 4G but provide with 2G data. Fed up of them. This all has started from past 2 months. I don’t know what has happened to their network.

kunal
August 3, 2018 8:08 pm 8:08 PM

Airtel will be usable in your state because of 3g in 900 mhz.

In gujarat , Airtel is bad for data as 3g on 2100 , 2g on 1800 mhz. , 4g on 1800 mhz & with in cities on 1800 + 2300 mhz.

Very poor coverage indoor & in between highway / rural sites. No low band available.

Priyansh Singh
August 4, 2018 1:36 am 1:36 AM

Kunal, now I get that. Tabhi main kahun ki AirTel ko Uttarakhand se itna kya lagav ho gaya ki humko itni badhiya speeds de rahe hain, its all because if 3G on 900 MHz. One thing I want to ask here is, !dea also provide 3G in the said frequency in Delhi Circle. Earlier it used to be good but after advent if Jio it is unusable. You can’t Google something on street forget indoor coverage. Any idea on this??

Terve
August 4, 2018 2:24 pm 2:24 PM

Because it’s serving more data now. They have now started ice with Vodafone 4g so it might improve

Priyansh Singh
August 5, 2018 11:43 am 11:43 AM

Yaa, ICR with Vodafone for 4G is active in Delhi (NCR) Circle of Idea Cellular.

tri_vis
August 4, 2018 12:12 am 12:12 AM

I posted one ss of Airtel’s 4G speed test on another topic. Speed was at par with Vodafone 4G .
Gujarat circle

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