Two new Vodafone-Idea (Vi) recharge plans have been launched in India. These Vi prepaid plans have been priced at Rs 289 and 429, respectively. The telco has launched the new plans under its Truly Unlimited category, which means users will get unlimited voice calling with both plans. The latest Vi prepaid recharge plans also offer data up to 6GB, up to 78 days validity, and up to 1,000 SMS. Let’s take a look at what these Vi recharge plans have to offer to their users.
Vodafone-Idea (Vi) Rs 289 and Rs 429 Recharge Plans: Details
The new Rs 289 Vi recharge plan is a Truly Unlimited prepaid plan. Those recharging with this Vi recharge pack will get unlimited calling pan India. Additionally, the recharge pack also offers 600 SMS to users. Users also get 4GB of data, with no per-day cap on data usage. However, the pack comes with a validity of 48 days, meaning users must consume the SMS and data in 48 days.
The Rs 429 Vi recharge plan is also a Truly Unlimited pack. But it comes with 6GB of data and 1,000 SMS. Users also have more days to consume these benefits as this pack has 78 days of validity. Both these recharge packs are now available in the online Vi store and authorised Vi retail outlets.
Airtel also offers a Rs 299 recharge pack with unlimited voice calling, but for 28 days. This pack offers 1.5GB of data per day and 100 SMS per day. You also get three months of Apollo 24|7 Circle membership and Rs 100 cashback on FASTag. There’s a Rs 455 Airtel recharge pack as well that offers unlimited voice calls, 6GB of data, and 900 SMS for 84 days.
As for Jio, it also has a 28-day Rs 299 recharge pack with unlimited voice calling. The pack offers 2GB of data per day and 100 SMS per day to users. Apart from these benefits, users also get JioTV, JioCinema, JioSecurity, and JioCloud subscriptions for the price. There’s also a Rs 395 Jio recharge plan offering 6GB data, 1,000 SMS, and unlimited calling for 84 days. This plan also offers a subscription to the Jio Suite of apps.
It’s worth noting that while Vi is still on the 4G spectrum, Airtel and Jio have already rolled out their 5G services in major cities of India.