This plan provides 3 GB data per day with unlimited local, STD and roaming calls. One can also avail 100 SMSes per day. One can make unlimited calls on any number within the country. However, the plan is valid only for 14 days. So, one can use up to 42 GB of data in 14 days. According to a report on Telecom Talk, the plan is valid only in select circles across the country. The plan is already available across North India. Even though the validity does not seem enough, the 3 GB data usage per day limit could attract a lot of customers. It is one of the cheapest prepaid packs in the market that offers 3GB of high-speed data per day.
The plan is pitted straight up against Jio’s Rs 198 plan that offers 2GB of high-speed 4G data per day, unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls and 100 SMSes per day, along with a subscription to Jio’s suite of apps that includes JioMusic, JioTV, MyJio, JioCloud, and JioCinema. The difference between the two plans is that the latter provides more value for a longer duration of 28 days, taking the data benefits to 56GB throughout the validity period.
The Main issue with Airtel packs is limited availability since they are restricted to certain circles, unlike jio plans.