Tata DoCoMo launches ₹82 prepaid plan with voice call and data benefits

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Under the Rs. 19 plan, Jio offers unlimited calls, 20SMS, and 150MB of data. The Airtel Rs 9 plan offers unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS and 100MB data with a validity of 1 day.

However, it's worth noting that voice calls aren't truly unlimited, and, they come with a limit of 250 minutes per day, which means if you have already talked for 250 minutes in a day, you will be charged for subsequent calls for the rest of the day. The plan can be bought in case you run out of your data or voice calling limit and require a 1-day recharge immediately. The plan also includes 100MB data for customers and 100 SMS, though it does not specify if 3G, 4G data is also supported. Users will get unlimited calls including the roaming outgoing calls.

If you need a bit more than what is being offered within this new Rs 9 plan, you can opt for Airtel's Rs 23 plan that offers the same benefits in addition to 200MB of data. Jio also supplies free roaming calls, but this program can be obtained only for jio-Phone users. However, it is expected that Jio might also come out with a new entry-level plan very soon after this. The plan also offers 100SMS/day on this plan. Some of the best-selling bundles on Airtel's network start at Rs 199 and go up to Rs 509, which gives 1.4GB data per day for 90 days with all voice and SMS benefits. The validity is two days.

Airtel Rs 93 Vs Jio Rs 98: Airtel offers unlimited local, STD, and roaming calls, 100 SMS per day and 1GB of all 3G/ 4G information in complete with a validity of 10 days.

This new tariff plan priced at ₹82 has been launched by Tata DoCoMo for its prepaid customers. The plan is not revised for all of the users but it is limited to selected users. The Jio 98 plan offers 2GB data and free unlimited calls.

In an effort to compete with Reliance Jio's Rs 19 plan, Airtel has introduced a recharge pack for a price of Rs 9, which offers the same validity.

Airtel is continuing to offer attractive bundles to keep its user base intact and also win over new customers as the competition in the telecom industry gets fierce.