Owing to the entry of Reliance Jio in the telecom sector, the rates of data have gone down drastically. Now people pay the same amount to enjoy the exact amount of data for a day, which they used to use for a month a few years back. With time, the rates of the industry have only gone down, and the competition shows no sign of slowing. As such we have shorted out the best prepaid plans by Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Airtel and BSNL under Rs 200 which ship at least 1.4GB daily data.
Rs 149 Prepaid Plan by Reliance Jio
Reliance Jio’s entry-level plan of Rs 149 is one of the best ones in this segment right now. The prepaid pack bundles 1.5GB daily data, unlimited local/STD calling, free roaming and 100 SMS daily. The total data benefit monthly is 42GB, and the plan comes with a validity of 28 days. Users also get a free subscription to Jio’s entire portfolio of apps like JioMusic, JioTV etc.
Rs 199 Prepaid Plan by Vodafone
Vodafone’s Rs 199 Prepaid plan offers benefits which are similar to Reliance Jio’s plan. This plan bundles 1.4GB data per day along with free unlimited calling, free roaming and 100 SMS daily. The plan again comes with a validity of 28 days, and this one also gives users free subscription to Vodafone Play Services for watching free movies and TV.
Rs 199 Prepaid Plan by Bharti Airtel
Bharti Airtel’s prepaid plan of Rs 199 ships benefits much similar to the Vodafone plan. This plan provides 1.4GB data per day with unlimited calling, free roaming and 100 free SMS for a validity of 28 days. The only drawback with this plan is that it does not bundle additional services like Wynk music subscription or Airtel TV.
Rs 98 Prepaid Plan by BSNL
This plan by BSNL is by far the most affordable plan in the entire list. This Rs 98 prepaid pack by the state-owned telco offers 1.5GB daily 3G data for a validity of 26 days. In total, users will be able to access 39GB data in 26 days validity period. However, users should keep in mind that this data plan does not come with any calling benefits.
Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.