Airtel Jio Recharge Plans: Mobile network companies have increased the prices of their prepaid plans. Apart from this, Jio and Airtel have stopped some of their plans. Here we are giving you information about the plans with 3GB data per day discontinued by these companies. Some of these plans are such that other facilities such as Disney + Hotstar, services like Amazon Prime Video were also available. Now users will have to spend more for these features.
First of all let’s talk about Reliance Jio plans. In Jio’s Rs 499 plan, 3GB high speed data was available daily. Apart from this, 100 SMS and unlimited calling facility was available in this daily. This plan of the company is no longer available on the website and app. Now Jio’s 3GB data plan with Disney + Hotstar is Rs 601. Its validity is 28 days.
Jio’s daily 3GB data plan is Rs 1199 with a validity of 84 days. At the same time, 365 days plan of 3GB data per day is Rs 4,199. Unlimited calling facility is being provided in both the plans. Along with this, 100 SMS are also being given to do daily.
Airtel made this change in the plan
Talking about Airtel, in the plan of Rs 398, it was giving 3GB data daily for 28 days. Apart from this, the facility of 100 SMS and unlimited calling was also available daily. Apart from this, there was a plan of Rs 558 in which 3GB data was being available daily with a validity of 56 days. There was a Rs 499 month plan in which 3GB data was available daily for 28 days with Disney + Hotstar.
Now, 3 GB data is being given daily in Airtel’s Rs 599 and Rs 699 prepaid plans. The validity of 56 days is being given in the plan of Rs 699. Amazon Prime Video is being given with this plan. At the same time, Amazon Prime Video subscription is being given with Disney + Hotstar in the plan of 599. Its validity is 28 days.
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