Vodafone has launched an entry-level plan priced at Rs 47 for its prepaid customers in India, as reported by Telecomtalk. The all-new Vodafone Rs 47 prepaid plan comes with a validity of 28 days and offers a total of 7500 seconds (125 minutes) during the validity period along with 50 free SMS and 500MB of data. The limited calling minutes are valid for all local/STD/roaming calls. This plan can be activated only via the balance deduction mode. Also Read - Airtel vs Jio vs Vi: Best work from home prepaid plans during COVID-19 lockdownAlso Read - Let our firms take part in 5G trials, China tells India
So far, Reliance Jio has the best monthly (28-day validity) plan at Rs 49 plan for JioPhone users. It offers 1GB of 4G data, unlimited voice calling without any FUP and 50 SMS for 28 days, but as mentioned, is only applicable for users that are using the JioPhone feature phone. The new Vodafone plan will be usable on any device. Also Read - DoT permits telecom service providers to go ahead with 5G trials
Lately, Vodafone has also been aggressive with its mobile prepaid and postpaid plans to tackle the competition it is getting from Jio and Airtel. Recently, Vodafone revised its Rs 458 prepaid plan to offer 2.8GB of data per day for 84 days. This amounts to a total of 235.2GB of data for the total validity period, which is almost twice as much as was being offered previously. Besides the data, the plan also offers unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day.
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The revised plan competes with Reliance Jio s Rs 448 and Rs 449 plans, which offer 1.5GB and 2GB of data respectively for 91 days. Even Airtel has a Rs 448 pack, which offers 1.4GB of data benefits for a validity period of 82 days. In additions to those, all plans do offer unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day benefits for all users.