Vodafone India on Tuesday announced a 70 GB 4G data plan for its new costumers in India. The offer reported by The Economic Times is priced at Rs 244 provides 70 GB of high-speed 4G data for 70 days and also offers unlimited calling facility to the users. The data pack is limited to 1 GB per day.
The next recharge after the first subscription is over will offer 70 GB data for 35 days. The company has reduced the validity for the subsequent recharges but will offer the same amount of data at the same price.
Reliance Jio offers similar data packs to its subscribers. One of the data pack offered by Jio provides 56 GB of data for 56 days with a recharge of Rs 309. Another data pack by the company offers 84 GB for 84 days at Rs 399 in India. Both the data packs have a 1 GB limit for a day and the internet speed decreases to 128 kbps after the maximum limit is reached for the day.
Reliance Industries Limited chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani recently announced a free Jio phone with a security deposit of Rs 1,500 in India. The Jio phone will be available for pre-booking from 24 August 2017 and will be shipped to costumers in September this year.
The phone features a 2.4-inch QVGA display, FM radio, a microSD card slot and a torch. The owner of will also get a unlimited data and calling at a recharge of Rs 153. The user will also be able to do digital transaction by linking their bank account to the digital payment apps such as UPI.
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