Both the Rs. 458 and Rs. 509 plans offer 1GB 4G/3G data per day, 100 SMS per day, and unlimited local & STD calls even while roaming within India. 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. However, the telco is now offering 1.5 GB 3G/4G data per day to its customers for 28 days. The Vodafone recharge comes with unlimited all calls and 1GB data per day. Oppo launches this offer to celebrate the launch of the Oppo F5 which comes with FHD+ full-screen display and AI-based beauty technology inside the 20MP front camera at Rs 19,990.
Vodafone has introduced the major recharge plans of Rs 498 and Rs 504 to counter the Jio. Jio's Rs 509 plan has 2 GB per day. However, users can only make 250 minutes of calls per day and 1,000 minutes per week without incurring charges. This means that in total these consumers will get 60GB free 4G data, unlike the 100GB 4G data. Vodafone users in telecom circles like Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Jharkhand, and Andhra Pradesh and Telangana will get 100 local and STD calling minutes and 200MB of 2G data for 28 days. In any case, after the daily confine at fast, the clients will get unlimited internet at 64 kbps. To avail the benefit, customers need to make at least six recharges with each recharge adding 10GB of data. These include local, STD and roaming SMSes sent to mobile numbers of all telecom operators, Jio noted. This is identical to Jio's Rs. 1,999 plan, which also gives 125GB data and unlimited voice, SMS and roaming for 180 days.
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On the other hand, Airtel's postpaid plans under the Infinity plan range from Rs 399-999. The limit of the offer is 10 recharges while for the Oppo F1s, A33F, A37F, A37Fw, A57 and A71 users the additional 10GB data is available for 6 recharges.
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