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Telecom companies Airtel, Jio, BSNL and Vi offer prepaid plans under Rs 250 that give up to 2GB daily data. These plans come in handy to users looking for short-term monthly benefits and want to keep their plans active. Users who want to experiment with a plan can also opt for these plans as they are mostly short-term and not heavy on the pocket. Some companies are also rolling out new offers with their prepaid plans. While Vi is giving extra data with some plans, Jio is giving cashback with some of its plans. The following plans are priced under Rs 250
Government-owned telco BSNL offers a range of prepaid plans under Rs 250. These plans start at Rs 97 and go up till Rs 247. The Rs 97 data voucher offers 2GB daily data with unlimited calls and 18 days validity and 100 SMS per day. The plans priced at Rs 118 and Rs Rs 187 give 21 days and 28 days validity respectively with 0.5GB daily data 2GB daily data The plans also give 100 SMS per day along with free PRBT. BSNL’s Rs 249 prepaid plan 50GB data for 30 days after which the speed is reduced to 80 Kbps with 100 SMS per day and access to EROS Now.
Airtel vs Jio vs Vi prepaid plans under Rs 250
Airtel Rs 149 prepaid plan: This prepaid plan gives 2GB data with 28 days validity with truly unlimited calls and 300 SMS. The additional benefits of this plan include Airtel XStream subscription, free Hellotunes and Wynk music.
Airtel Rs 219 prepaid plan: This plan gives 1GB data per day with unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day. The additional benefits of this plan include Airtel XStream subscription and Wynk music.
Airtel Rs 249 prepaid plan: This plan gives 1.5GB data per day with unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day. The additional benefits of this plan include Airtel XStream subscription and Wynk music with access to free online courses and Rs 150 cashback on Fastag.
Reliance Jio Rs 149 and Rs 299 prepaid plans: These are the most basic plans from Jio which offer 1GB daily data and 1.5GB daily data respectively with unlimited calls. The plan also gives access to Jio apps.
Reliance Jio Rs 249 prepaid plan: This prepaid plan has a validity of 28 days and offers 2GB data per day, total data of 56GB. The plan also brings unlimited calls for Jio to Jio numbers and for non-Jio numbers, voice calls with a FUP limit of 1000 minutes. The plan gives 100 free SMS per day with a complimentary subscription to Jio apps.
Vi Rs 149 prepaid plan: The plan gives 2GB data for 28 days validity and gives unlimited calls along with access to Vi movies and TV. The plan gives 1GB extra validity when recharged from the Vi web app.
Vi Rs 219 prepaid plan: This plan gives 1GB of data per day for 28 days with unlimited talktime. Get Rs 125 assured bonus cash to play your favourite games on MPL. Get flat Rs 75 discount daily, on food orders from Zomato with Vi Movies and TV access. The plan gives 2GB extra validity when recharged from the Vi web app.
Vi Rs 249 prepaid plan: This plan gives 1.5 GB of data per day for 28 days with unlimited talktime. Get Rs 125 assured bonus cash to play your favourite games on MPL. Get flat Rs 75 discount daily, on food orders from Zomato with Vi Movies and TV access.
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