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The telecommunication industry is witnessing a tough war as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, and BSNL gears up to deliver the best of internet plans in comparison to the new telecom giant Reliance Jio.
With the launch of the new Reliance Jio unlimited data plans, the other opponent telecoms are under tremendous pressure to compete and lead the race. Although Jio is offering unlimited data plan, which will last until the end of 2016, the telecoms including Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL and Idea are planning to revise their old plans, and offer more data at a lesser cost.
Spending several decades, the old telecoms have recently started offering exciting 3G plans and are educating and popularizing them to their customers via promotional offers and SMSes. Giving a tough competition to Jio, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, and BSNL has recently revised their internet plans.
Airtel gears up to offer the best 3G/4G plans
Being the telecom giant for decades together, Bharti Airtel has recently come up with a new plan of delivering 1GB of 3G/4G data valid for up 28 days in just Rs. 29.
Airtel has revised its prepaid as well as corporate plans for its customers. Several reports show that the telecom company has slashed up to 80 percent for the prepaid users and nearly 150 for the corporate ones. It is very recently that Airtel has got several other exciting plans in stock that includes the Rs 51 plan that delivers 1GB of 3G/4G data for a complete month, which is much more economical as compared to the Rs 1,498 plan.
Vodafone is not far behind
Working towards introducing a way more appealing internet tariff plan, Vodafone has recently revised its old plans and now offers 2GB data plan for 30 days at just Rs 199. The telecom company further has a good news for their 3GB/4GB users, as it has also revised its 3G/4G pack, which will deliver 5GB data instead of 3GB for a month at the same old Rs. 650. Furthermore, Vodafone claims to have increased its 4G data quote by almost 67 percent at the same data pack cost.
Idea and BSNL revised it's data plans
As compared to these two telecom giants, Idea is not too far from the race. Idea is providing 1GB 3G data plan for 28 days at just Rs. 249, which seems to be extremely economical for the prepaid users rather than spending thousands to get the same facility. It has also introduced 1GB 3G data for Rs. 52 plan, with an annual recharge of Rs. 1,498. Further, as compard to Idea, BSNL seems to be cheaper, as the user just needs to spend Rs 198 to enjoy 1GB 3G data.
Docomo's strategies to match up to other telecoms
Along with these telecom giants, Tata Docomo has slowly gained momentum and has revised its 2G and 3G data plans. It is very recently that Docomo has introduced a Rs 225 plan for its users, which would deliver 1GB 3G data usage between 12 midnight to 6AM for 30 days.