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5 best prepaid data recharge plans from Jio, Airtel, Vodafone Idea that make work from home easier

On: July 15, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic bringing normal life to a halt, many companies and workplaces have temporarily shifted to a work from home setup for the foreseeable future. Therefore, having good internet connectivity at home has become an essential for working professionals.

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Top telecom operators in the country including Reliance Jio, Airtel, and Vodafone Idea have introduced several affordable data plans to their prepaid users. While Jio has specific Work From Home plans for its subscribers, Vodafone has introduced Double Data offer on several of its data packs.

5 best prepaid data recharge plans from Jio, Airtel, Vodafone Idea

  1. Jio Rs 251 Work From Home pack
  2. Jio Rs 349 data pack
  3. Airtel Rs 298 STV prepaid plan
  4. Airtel Rs 398 STV prepaid plan
  5. Vodafone Rs 299 Double Data plan

Jio Rs 251 Work From Home pack

Reliance Jio offers specific work from home data packs to its users

Reliance Jio’s Work from Home plan offers only data benefits

Jio introduced the Rs 251 Work From Home pack right after the nation observed the first-ever Janata Curfew on March 22nd. The pack offers a validity of 30 days with a total of 50GB high-speed data.

This is a data-only prepaid plan, which means Jio doesn’t offer any calling or SMS benefit to those who opt for this plan. Users will have to recharge with an additional top-up in order to call or send an SMS.

Jio Rs 349 data pack

The Rs 349 data pack is one of the most popular plans from Mukesh Ambani-led telco. The Jio prepaid plan comes with a validity of 28 days and offers 3GB high-speed data every day for the duration of its validity. This means that the user gets a total of 84GB high-speed data from this pack. The data is unlimited, but after you exhaust the 3GB data limit, the speed will be reduced.

Apart from the data benefit, users also get 1,000 minutes of Jio to non-Jio and unlimited Jio to Jio voice calls, as well as 100 SMS per day.

Airtel Rs 298 STV prepaid plan

Airtel's Rs 298 and Rs 398 pack offer 2GB and 3GB data per day, respectively

Airtel’s Rs 298 and Rs 398 pack offer 2GB and 3GB data per day, respectively

The Airtel Rs 298 plan is an all-rounder plan offering data, calling and SMS benefits to its users. The plan comes with a validity of 28 days and offers daily high-speed data limit of 2GB, post which users will have unlimited internet access at reduced speeds. Apart from this, the pack offers truly unlimited local, STD and roaming calls to any network. Users also get the standard 100 SMS per day as well.

Airtel Rs 398 STV prepaid plan

The Airtel Rs 398 is the exact same plan as the Rs 298 plan, but offers 3GB data per day for the duration of 28 days. Other benefits remain the same including unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per day.

Vodafone Rs 299 Double Data plan

Vodafone is offering double data benefits on some of its prepaid plans

Vodafone’s Rs 299 double data plan offers 4GB of daily data

The Rs 299 plan from Vodafone comes with a validity of 28 days and offers 2GB + 2GB double data every day. Other benefits are similar to Airtel plans including unlimited local and national voice calls along with 100 SMS per day. The plan also offers a Vodafone Play subscription worth Rs 499 and ZEE5 subscription worth Rs 999.

PlanValidityData allowanceAdditional Benefits
Jio Rs 251 Work From Home pack30 days50GB data-
Jio Rs 349 data pack28 days3GB per day 1,000 minutes Jio to non-Jio calls, unlimited Jio to Jio voice call, 100 SMS per day.
Airtel Rs 298 STV prepaid plan28 days2GB per dayunlimited local, STD and roaming calls, 100 SMS per day
Airtel Rs 398 STV prepaid plan28 days3GB per dayunlimited local, STD and roaming calls, 100 SMS per day
Vodafone Rs 299 Double Data plan28 days2GB + 2GB per dayunlimited local, STD and roaming calls, 100 SMS per day, Vodafone Play, ZEE5
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