- Vodafone Rs 569 prepaid recharge offers 3GB daily data for 84 days
- Vodafone takes of Airtel's Rs 558 prepaid plan with this recharge
- Vodafone has a wide-range of prepaid plans to the customers
Vodafone is probably the only telecom operator right now in the industry which is concentrating on providing as many as recharge choices to the prepaid customers. Vodafone has some impressive prepaid plans under its portfolio and the telco runs additional offers time to time to provide extra benefits to the customers. For example, Vodafone is offering 3GB daily data with its Rs 199 prepaid plan in select circles for a limited period. Usually, the Rs 199 plan offers 1.5GB data per day. Similar to Airtel’s Rs 558 prepaid plan, Vodafone also has a prepaid recharge of Rs 569 that ships with the same 3GB data per day, unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per day for 84 days. But there’s one major difference between the two plans and it’s the availability. Read on to know more about the Vodafone Rs 569 prepaid plan in detail.
Vodafone Rs 569 Prepaid Recharge: What Does it Offer?
Vodafone’s high-end prepaid plan of Rs 569 is an unlimited combo plan similar to the likes of Rs 509, Rs 479, Rs 458, Rs 399, Rs 349, Rs 255 and Rs 199. It ships with 3GB data per day which converts to an overall data benefit of 252GB for the entire validity period. The plan also comes with unlimited voice calling and 100 SMSes per day for 84 days. Unlike BSNL’s unlimited combo plans, the Rs 558 recharge from Vodafone offers unlimited voice calling to the customers without any daily or weekly FUP limit. For the unaware, Vodafone used to restrict voice calls to 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week in the past, but that has been revised long back.
Vodafone Rs 569 Plan Also Offers Vodafone Play Subscription
All the telcos right now have their own content aggregator app, and in the case of Vodafone, it’s the Vodafone Play which allows users to watch Live TV, movies from OTT apps and there are some TV shows available for viewing as well. Vodafone users recharging the Rs 569 prepaid plan will be able to use the Vodafone Play app for free; The Vodafone Play app can be downloaded via Google Play Store and Apple App Store for free. Alternatively, users can also SMS PLAY to 199 to get the download link directly onto the smartphone. The Vodafone Play app even has content from SunNXT, which is the leading OTT service for South Indian content right now.
Vodafone Rs 569 Prepaid Plan vs Airtel Rs 558 Recharge
Former leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel also has similar unlimited combo plan that’s priced at Rs 558. With this recharge, Airtel is offering unlimited voice calls without any FUP limit, 3GB daily data (246GB in total) and 100 SMSes per day for a period of 82 days. Airtel’s plan also offers free Airtel Xstream Premium subscription to the users.
Compared to Vodafone’s Rs 569 prepaid plan, Bharti Airtel is charging Rs 11 less and the validity of the plan is also two days less than what Vodafone is providing. Besides, the data, voice calling and SMS benefits are on par with both the plans.
Vodafone Rs 569 vs Reliance Jio Rs 555 All-in-One Recharge
Reliance Jio, which has stirred the market a couple of years ago with its aggressive prepaid plans is now losing the battle to incumbent telcos, especially after the introduction of All-in-One recharges. Reliance Jio has a Rs 555 All-in-One recharge that provides 2GB data per day, unlimited Jio-to-Jio voice calls, 3000 minutes of non-Jio voice calling and 100 SMSes per day for a period of 84 days.
Compared to Vodafone’s Rs 569 plan, Jio’s Rs 555 plan falls short in the data benefit and that too by a massive margin which we haven’t seen in the past. Unlike Reliance Jio, Vodafone is offering unlimited voice calls to the customers, whereas Jio is shipping just 3,000 minutes of non-Jio voice calling to the users. If a customer finishes the allotted 3,000 minutes in 28 days, then they will have to perform Top-Up recharges to make voice calls to other networks like Airtel, Vodafone Idea, BSNL and MTNL.
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