Vodafone recently revised its RED postpaid plans by increasing the data limit by up to 87 percent. Soon, Bharti Airtel also revised some of its postpaid plans with added data benefits, but it was limited to a few plans. Now, Airtel has made changes to the Rs 1,199 plan by increasing the data limit. Spotted
Last month, Vodafone revised its RED postpaid plans to offer up to 87 percent more data to its users, after which Airtel also revised its postpaid plans. And while Airtel did not make any changed to the popular Rs 499 plan, it has now reportedly revamped the plan to offer nearly double data. According to
The price vs data war is far from over, and while the postpaid users were initially ignored, telcos are now offering billing plans with aggressive pricing and unlimited calls. Reliance Jio introduced the postpaid with attractive data benefits, and now telcos like Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone and Idea Cellular are giving it a tough fight. Here
Bharti Airtel has revised its Rs 649 postpaid plan by increasing the data benefit. The leading telecom player has only revised the Rs 649 plan and not the other cheaper plans priced at Rs 399 or Rs 499. There is a possibility that Airtel will update these plans in the coming days. The revised Rs
Vodafone India has quietly launched a new plan called RED Basic. As the name suggests, this is the cheapest plan in the RED series, priced at Rs 299 per month. For Rs 299 per month, Vodafone is offering 20GB of 3G/4G data, unlimited voice calling, 100 SMS (local+STD), and free incoming and outgoing on roaming.
Vodafone India has launched a series of tariff plans in a bid to attract more postpaid customers. The plan, codenamed 'Vodafone Red' is designed to integrate the offerings for voice and data for postpaid retail and enterprise customers. The plan is available in various denominations starting from Rs 499.