Days after Airtel announced its work from home plan, Vodafone too introduced Rs 251 work from home plan.
- Vodafone too introduced Rs 251 work from home plan.
- Reliance Jio was first amongst the lot to comes up with a Work From Home plan
- Vodafone’s Rs 251 prepaid plan would be a top-up plan, will not ship with calling or SMS benefits
Days after Airtel announced its work from home plan, Vodafone too introduced Rs 251 work from home plan. Reliance Jio was first amongst the lot to comes up with a Work From Home plan and had announced Rs 251 plan long ago. Interestingly, all three prepaid plans by different telecom companies provide similar data benefits.
As per Telecom Talk. Vodafone’s Rs 251 prepaid plan would be a top-up plan just like Airtel and Vodafone. It will ship a total of 50GB of data and would be valid for 28 days. The plan doesn’t come with calling or SMS benefits as it is solely designed for internet benefits. If you run out of your daily data, you can recharge your number with Rs 251 to increase the data benefits of your plan. You can either exhaust in a day or use it slowly within the validity period.
As per the report, the Vodafone 251 prepaid plan will not be available to people in all circles. The voucher currently is available in circles including Bihar, Chennai, Gujarat, Haryana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu (barring Chennai), and UP East. The plan, however, is still not available in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Mumbai, North East, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, UP West, and West Bengal.
When we checked the Vodafone Delhi page, the plan didn’t appear in the lineup of prepaid plans.
Apart from this, Vodafone had earlier doubled the data benefits of one of its existing add-on pack costing Rs 98. The prepaid plan offered a total of 6GB internet but now the prepaid plan ships with a total of 12GB internet. The data has been doubled under Vodafone’s double data benefits. The plan has a validity of 28 days and it doesn’t provide calling or SMS benefits as it ships with data benefits only.
Airtel and Reliance Jio also have the Rs 251 prepaid plan but they differ in terms of validity. While the Jio plan ships with 50GB data and has a validity of 30 days, the validity of Airtel’s Rs 251 prepaid plan depends on the validity of the existing plans. For instance, if you are active on a plan whose validity is 28 days, the Rs 251 prepaid plan would also be active for 28 days. Both Jio and Airtel plans don’t ship with calling or SMS benefits.
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