India’s second largest subscriber-based telecom operator Vodafone is about to revise its Rs 448 prepaid scheme soon, which would offer a total of 235.2GB of data for a period of 84 days. It implies that users will get 2.8GB of data per day, which is more than two times than the current offer.
It seems that this scheme is available for limited subscribers, while TelecomTalk reported that some users are also getting the benefits of the pan for Rs 398. The revised Rs 458 plan is also offering 100 SMSs per day, which is also not available for all the users.
The plan would through a tough competition to its rivals Reliance Jio and Airtel. Jio’s Rs 448 and Rs 449 plans provides 1.5GB and 2GB of data respectively for 91 days, while the latter’s Rs 448 plan offers 1.4GB of data for 82 days. It must be noted that all of these plans unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day to the users.