Vi launches Rs 447 prepaid plan offering 50GB data

Vi follows Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel to launch 50GB bulk data prepaid plan with 60 calendar days validity.

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Vi (Vodafone Idea) today followed the footsteps of Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel by launching a new prepaid plan offering bulk data benefits. Vi has strengthened it’s prepaid portfolio with Rs 447 prepaid plan that offers calling, internet, and SMS benefits.

Vi’s Rs 447 prepaid plan offers 50GB high-speed data, truly unlimited calling, 100 SMS per day, and service validity of 60 calendar days.The prepaid plan further offers Vi Movies & TV Classic access. Vi customers can enjoy live TV, news, movies & originals on the app!

The prepaid plan directly competes with Bharti Airtel’s Rs 456 prepaid plan offering 50GB high-speed data, unlimited calling, and 100 SMS per day with 60 calendar days validity.

Vi’s pricing is on par with Reliance Jio which is offering the same prepaid plan with the same telco benefits at the same price point. Vi’s pricing is also cheaper than Bharti Airtel’s with the latter charging a premium of Rs 9 for the same set of telco benefits.

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Basil keeps an eye on the latest happenings in the Telecom sector. You can find him streaming the Premier League, which he started watching in 2013, in his free time.

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  1. They Should Have Provided 75 or 100 GB to get more users . What is the benefit of this plan in comparison to other plans which give daily double data + data rollover for weekend

    • All telcos might remove all daily data plans from next month

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