Since Jio’s entry in the Indian telecom market, the competition for the best data plan has been fierce; with ever dropping prices and better data plan deals. Vodafone and BSNL, two major competitors of Mukesh Ambani’s telecom company have announced a new prepaid plan, priced at Rs 349 each.
Vodafone subscribers will benefit from 3GB of 4G/3G data per day, unlimited local, STD and roaming calls, and 100 SMS messages per day for the duration of 28 days. As for BSNL users, they will benefit from 1GB data and 100 SMS everyday but for 54 days.
The prepaid pack proposed by Vodafone rivals leading telecom company Airtel’s Rs 349 recharge and Jio’s Rs 299 prepaid plans. With a budget of Rs 349, Airtel offers 3GB data, 100 SMS per day and unlimited STD, and national roaming calls for 28 days. As for Jio, it provides the same plans for Rs 299 as well as unlimited access to the selection of apps such as JioTV, JioCinema and more.
Vodafone also announced a prepaid plan of Rs 569 that provides users with 3GB of 4G data everyday for 84 days and another prepaid plan worth Rs 511 where users can benefit from 2GB of data per day for 84 days.
Additionally, Vodafone came up with the idea of launching a future jobs finder programme in India that it claimed would provide over 5 million people with career guidance and exposure to training content in the digital economy. Anyone can join the online platform and enroll for the training courses or search for job opportunities online. The career guidance is carried out through a set of psychological tests that will build a profile for every users according to their aptitudes and interests, ultimately matching candidates to employers.