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Get 300GB data, unlimited calling on Airtel prepaid recharge of Rs 3999

Get 300GB data, unlimited calling on Airtel prepaid recharge of Rs 3999

The Rs 458 plan comes with 70 days of validity while Rs 509 plan comes with 84 days of validity.

Indian telecom giant Bharti Airtel sold a half-billion-dollar stake in its mobile tower business Tuesday to help shrink its debts as it reels from a price war sparked by rival Reliance Jio. This new plans directly competes with Jio's Rs. 4,999 plan, which offers 350GB data, unlimited voice, roaming and SMS with a total validity of 360 days. 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. This applies to both the new plans.

Oppo joins hands with Reliance Jio to announce "Jio Oppo additional data offer". Reliance Jio, too, has a Rs. 999 tariff, which gives users 60GB data with unlimited calling, SMS and roaming for 90 days. Also, regardless of the possibility that a client exceeds the daily free data use, they will be charged by the administrator.

However, Vodafone does have a up to 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week limit on the unlimited calling, whichever is crossed first. This will be valid for 10 recharges, while overall accounts for 100GB of 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. That means users will get internet connection at reduced speeds after exhausting the 1GB limit. The customers will be required to recharge with Rs 309 or above to be entitled for the offer. Benefits under Airtel's Rs. 999 recharge plan also is the same as mentioned above. Vodafone's plan also includes free subscription of Vodafone Play. The daily limit on bundled calls are the same as that of the Rs 509 plan. The plan has a daily FUP of 1GB.