“We compare the best data/calling plans from telecom operators, priced around Rs 100”
Recently, we compared the best postpaid plans priced around Rs 500 from Airtel, BSNL, Idea, Vodafone, and Jio. Now, we are back with another comparison of most affordable 3G/4G data and/or calling plans, priced around Rs 100. We have listed down the best tariffs from most operators to find out how they stack against each other in terms of benefits.
Reliance Jio’s Rs 98 prepaid plan
Reliance Jio’s Rs 98 prepaid pack is one of the most affordable data plans on the market. The tariff offers 2GB of high-speed 4G data for 28 days. Apart from the data benefits, the same pack gives unlimited voice calls to all networks (even on roaming), 300 SMSes, and a complimentary access to Jio’s premium app suite.
Airtel’s Rs 95 prepaid plan
Rs 95 Airtel recharge provides you with a talk time of Rs 95 for 28 days. As part of this pack, the brand will charge you 30 paise per minute for local, STD, and landline calls. Notably, this tariff also comes with 500MB of data for 2G, 3G, and 4G mobile users.
Vodafone and Idea’s Rs 95 prepaid plan
Similar to Airtel, both Vodafone and Idea also offers affordable prepaid tariffs, which will set you back by Rs 95. These plans provide Rs 95 of talk time with a validity of 28 days. In addition, the same packs also offer a total of 500MB of 4G / 3G data for the same validity. It’s worth mentioning that post usage of Rs 95 of talk time, you will be charged one paisa per two seconds with these tariffs.
BSNL’s Rs 99 prepaid plan
State-run BSNL has recently launched a bunch of prepaid plans, and one of them is an affordable Rs 99 monthly pack. The tariff has a validity of 26 days, and offers you unlimited local and STD calls (except for Mumbai and Delhi). However, this pack doesn’t deliver you any data benefits.
Which Rs 100 prepaid plan should you go for?
As you can see from the comparison, Reliance Jio’s Rs 98 prepaid plan is offering the best value for your money at the moment. Apart from providing 2GB of high-speed 4G data, the pack also delivers unlimited voice calling for a month. As for Airtel, Vodafone, and Idea, all the telecom operators offer similar calling and data benefits with their Rs 95 plans. However, the calling charges of Airtel’s pack post the plan’s calling benefits are slightly cheaper than the latter two.
So, these are the best Rs 100 prepaid data plans from all the telecom operators in India. Which prepaid or postpaid plan from the telcos you want us to compare next? Let us know in the comment box below.
Note – The aforementioned prepaid plans from Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL, Jio, and Idea vary from user to user and across different telecom circles, and can change without notice.