Mumbai: Amid high competition in the telecom market with the new entrant Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel - India's largest telecom operator so far - is offering 300 GB of mobile data for 360 days at Rs. 3,999.
The smallest combo offer here is the Airtel Rs. 999 recharge with 90 days validity. Under this recharge pack, customers also get unlimited local/STD calls for non-commercial use as well as outgoing on national Roaming. Secondly, there is no cap on daily or monthly usage so you can use as much internet as you want on a daily basis. This recharge plan from Airtel is priced at Rs 999, according to its website. Most users fail to consume 1GB of data on their smartphone. In total, a user will get 300GB data, which works out to a little over 833 MB per day.
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Reliance Jio is also offering a cashback up to Rs. 2,500 to its prepaid customers on recharges of Rs. 399 and above. Days where you end up doing some heavy duty browsing, you will not face any slow speeds. Jio's plan doesn't have a daily limit on the data and offers free unlimited voice calling, local and STD and on roaming as well.
Out of all the Oppo phone models, F5, F3, F3 Plus, and F1 Plus users will get 10GB of additional data on every recharge of Rs 309 and above.
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India's multi-billion-dollar telecoms industry has been in a state of flux since Mukesh Ambani launched Jio in September 2016, promising reduced tariffs and free voice calls for life. On the other hand, under the Rs 509 plan, the service provider is giving 1GB data per day with unlimited calling, free roaming and 100 SMS per day with the validity of 84 days. Carrying forward the "Jio Oppo Additional Data Offer", which was initiated on October, 27, the two companies have tried to woo the users to buy Oppo F5.
Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular have similar tariffs, but they last just a month, which makes Jio's offers hard to turn down.
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