Airtel changed this plan, now 28GB data instead of 1GB
There is continuous competition in the telecom sector. Companies are constantly making changes to their prepaid and postpaid plans. Although for almost 15 months, Geo has not made any changes to its tariff plans, because Geo’s plans are still the best in the market. However, Bharti Airtel has made some changes to its open market plan of Rs 169, so that Geo can compete with the Rs 149 plan.
According to the report of TelecomTalk, Airtel’s 169-rupee plan was first given 1GB of data during full validity. At the same time, this plan will be given 1GB of data every day. That is, with 28 days of validity, Airtel will now provide 28 data to customers in this plan. On the other hand, Vodafone Idea has also made the same change in its 169 rupee prepaid plan. However, even after the changes made by Airtel and Vodafone Idea, the plan of Rs 149 for Geo is still better than that. Geo gives 1.5GB of data daily with a validity of 28 days in his 149-rupee plan.
Both Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea have made changes in the pre-paid plan of Rs 169. As a reminder, in these plans, only 1GB of data was provided during the 28 days of full validity. Also, unlimited calling facility is also given to customers. Although it can be assumed that due to the competition in the telecom sector, the two companies have decided to change their prepaid plans.
Airtel and Vodafone Idea’s 169 will now offer unlimited local, STD and roaming calls, 1GB of data everyday and 100 SMS per day. Plan validity will last for 28 days. Earlier, both the companies used to give 28GB data to selected customers in a plan of Rs 169. However, after the change, this open market plan has been created. That is, now all customers will get 28GB data in this plan.