Vodafone Rs 229 Prepaid Recharge Takes on Reliance Jio All-in-One Pack of Rs 222

Reliance Jio has recently launched Rs 222 All-in-One recharge plan as an increment to the existing Rs 199 prepaid plan and it takes on the Rs 229 prepaid plan from Vodafone

Highlights
  • Reliance Jio's All-in-One recharge of Rs 222 takes on Vodafone's Rs 229 prepaid plan
  • Vodafone is also providing Rs 199, Rs 209, Rs 205 and Rs 255 prepaid plan
  • Reliance Jio increases tariffs in the form of IUC vouchers

Vodafone has been providing some interesting prepaid plans to its customers for a while now. Vodafone’s unlimited combo prepaid plans start a Rs 169, similar to those of Bharti Airtel. Unlike Airtel, which is constantly looking to provide additional benefits on top of prepaid plans, Vodafone is sticking to simplicity and deliver more data benefit compared to Airtel. Reliance Jio recently introduced Rs 222 All-in-One prepaid recharge that offers 2GB daily data for 28 days. On the flip side, Vodafone has been offering 2GB data per day for 28 days with its Rs 229 prepaid recharge, so the difference is very negligible. Vodafone also has a Rs 209 prepaid plan that offers 1.6GB data per day and the Rs 199 recharge offers a user 1.5GB data per day. The Rs 255 recharge from Vodafone also ships with 2.5GB data per day for a period of 28 days.

Rs 229 Vodafone Prepaid Recharge Details

The Rs 229 prepaid plan is a bonus card unlimited plan, and it offers no talk time. However, the Vodafone subscribers recharging their numbers with this plan will get to enjoy unlimited local, STD and roaming calls within India along with 2GB data per day. In addition to these data and calling benefits the Rs 229 prepaid plan will also offer the Vodafone subscribers 100 SMS per day. Lastly, the users will also be able to watch free live TV, movies and more on the Vodafone Play App. This Rs 229 prepaid plan comes with a 28 days validity.

To recall, Vodafone used to offer a prepaid recharge of Rs 255 across all the circles which has been removed now. Notably, the Rs 255 plan offered similar benefits as the new Rs 229 prepaid plan. But the Rs 255 prepaid plan from the company is now offering 2.5GB data per day taking on Airtel’s Rs 299 prepaid plan.

Vodafone Other Offers and Prepaid Plans

Talking about the offers which Vodafone is providing on some of its plans right now – one of the most attractive offers that Vodafone is offering is the Youth Offer on Prime. As part of this offer, Vodafone prepaid subscribers who are in the 18 to 24 age group will be able to get a 50% discount on their Amazon Prime membership. It is worth noting that the usual cost of an Amazon Prime membership is Rs 999 and through this offer, they will be able to avail this membership only for Rs 499. To do that, the Vodafone subscriber qualifying for the offer will have to download the My Vodafone app and tap on the banner detailing this offer.

Also, if the Rs 229 Vodafone prepaid plan does not interest you a lot, then the Vodafone prepaid portfolio offers a lot of other options like the Rs 199 prepaid plan, the Rs 349 prepaid plan for 28 days, the Rs 509 prepaid plan for 90 days and many more.

Reliance Jio Rs 222 Plan vs Vodafone Rs 229 Recharge

In other news, Reliance Jio has recently launched Rs 222 All-in-One recharge plan as an increment to the existing Rs 199 prepaid plan. With the Rs 222 plan, Reliance Jio is shipping 2GB data per day, Jio to Jio unlimited voice calling, 100 SMSes per day and 1000 non-Jio minutes for 28 days. On the other hand, Vodafone’s plan costs just Rs 7 more and it also provides same benefits to the users. That said, it seems like Reliance Jio has increased the tariff prices in the name of IUC minutes.

Bharti Airtel does not have any such prepaid recharge of Rs 229 or Rs 222 taking on either Vodafone or Reliance Jio.

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