During the ongoing situation, telecom operators are trying their best to offer best possible benefits across their entire prepaid plan range. Soon after the Vodafone-Idea (VI) merger, the telecom operator has introduced a new unlimited prepaid plan that costs Rs 599 and Jio was soon to follow suit with its Rs 598 plan that offers more or less similar benefits. Airtel too has a similar plan that costs Rs 598. Let’s compare them and find out which telecom operator offers better benefits out of the three.
Reliance Jio Rs 598 prepaid plan
The Rs 598 plan in Reliance Jio comes with 56 days of validity and offers 2GB high-speed data per day along with unlimited Jio-to-Jio calling and 2000 off-net calling minutes applicable for the entire 56 days.
In addition to that, subscribers will get 100 SMS on a daily basis along with subscription to Jio apps and services and major OTT platforms.
Vi (Vodafone-Idea) Rs 599 prepaid plan
VI, on the other hand, offers less data with more validity. The plan comes with 1.5GB high-speed data with unlimited calling and 100SMS/day. Additionally, the telecom operator is offering additional 5GB data for 28 days upon recharging the plan via app or website. The plan does not come with any OTT subscription.
Airtel Rs 598 prepaid plan
Airtel is offering 1.5GB daily data with unlimited calling and 100SMS/day with the plan valid for 84 days. In addition to this, subscribers will also be eligible for an additional 6GB data coupon. Talking about the additional benefits, the plan also offers OTT subscription and Rs 150 discount on Fastag delivery.