Updated: December 6, 2020 8:22:28
Jio, Airtel and Vi (formerly Vodafone) offer a range of prepaid top-up plans with multiple benefits below Rs 500. But what if you’re on a low budget and want to purchase a good all-round top-up plan. We’ve listed some of the prepaid plans that either involve a lot of data or talk time, or both at reasonable prices. All the prepaid plans listed below are in the price range of Rs 100.
Jio vs Airtel vs Vi: Jio Prepaid Plans Under Rs 100
Reliance Jio doesn’t have many plans below Rs 100, but the ones Jio offers are good enough and offer much better benefits than their rivals. Jio offers good talk time or data plans that you can consider if you’ve reached the limit of your existing plan.
If you are looking for a plan that offers most data and unlimited connections at a low price, buy the Rs 101 4G data package. It offers a total of 12 GB of data and 1000 Jio minutes for non-Jio networks.
There is also an Rs 51 plan offering 6GB of data and 500 minutes for Jio to non-Jio networks. The Rs 21 plan provides unlimited 2GB data and 200 minutes for Jio to non-Jio networks. The validity of these packages depends on your existing plan.
There are also other plans that you can consider according to your needs and budget. The Rs 10 Jio top-up plan provides a talk time of 124 minutes IUC + 1 GB of follow-up data, and the Rs 20 Jio plan offers 2 GB of data with 249 IUC minutes.
Rs 50 provides up to 5 GB of data at 656 minutes IUC, and Rs 100 provides up to 10 GB of data at 1362 minutes IUC.
Jio vs Airtel vs Vi: Vodafone charging plans under Rs 100
Vodafone offers multiple top-up plans under Rs 100, unlike Airtel. However, only a few of them offer the best benefits.
If you’ve exhausted all your existing plan data, you can purchase the Rs 48 Vodafone plan and get 3GB of data for 28 days. You also get 200MB of extra data if top-up is done via the company’s phone or web app. For comparison, Jio offers 30 GB of total data for about 30 days, but for that you will have to pay more than 100 rupees. The price is 151 rupees. Jio offers a much better plan for adding data if you need a lot of mobile data.
Vodafone has an Rs 98 prepaid plan that will provide 12GB of data for 28 days. If you only need 1 GB of data because you can run out of your daily data allowance, the Rs 16 Vi plan could be a godsend. It offers a total of 1 GB of data for 24 hours and access to movies and TV shows in the Vi application.
If you are looking for a comprehensive package, you can consider the Rs 79 or Rs 49 plans. But these Vodafone plans offer very less mobile data.
The Rs 49 combo charging plan provides 300MB of data for 28 days as well as a talk time of Rs 38. The fee is 2.5 paise per second.
The Rs 79 top-up plan comes with 400MB of data and Rs 64 talk time with a validity period of 64 days. The plan will also provide an additional 200MB of data when loading via a mobile or web app.
If you spend a little more, you’ll get truly unlimited local / national calls to all networks, 1 GB of data and 100 texts for 18 days. It is priced at Rs 99.
Jio vs Airtel vs Vi: Airtel recharge plans below 100 Rs
Airtel currently only has four under Rs 100 prepaid plans. There is an Rs 79 plan that gives you a total of 200MB of data and 28 days of talk time. Rs 49 ships with 100MB of data and talk time for a validity period of 28 days.
If you just want to buy a mobile data package, you have a Rs 19 package which gives you 200MB of data for two days. The Rs 48 Airtel top-up plan offers 3 GB of data for 28 days. Airtel customers will not find good all-round prepaid plans below Rs 100, and to get better benefits you have to spend more.
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