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Bharti Airtel and Vodafone have been trying to stay in the competition since the introduction of Reliance Jio in the Indian telecommunication sector and while cellular data costs and tariffs have been brought down to dirt cheap prices in India, the prepaid recharge segment has seen the rise of combo packs which offer cellular data, unlimited calling, SMS benefits and more in just one prepaid mobile recharge plan. msnTarGet.com

However, the rising number of options being made available has also instigated a confusion among users as to what prepaid mobile recharge plans are the best for them from Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone. Here, we are going to list the best prepaid mobile recharge plans under Rs. 200 from these private Indian telcos. Fun2Ind.com

Airtel vs Reliance Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid mobile recharge plans under Rs. 200 compared

Airtel Rs. 199 prepaid mobile recharge plan

The Airtel Rs. 199 prepaid mobile recharge plan comes with 1.5GB daily 4G data, unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day and a validity of 28 days. The prepaid plan also offers a free subscription to the Airtel TV app for the whole validity period. MobAsk.com

Reliance Jio Rs. 198 prepaid mobile recharge plan

The Reliance Jio Rs. 198 prepaid mobile recharge plan comes with 2GBGB daily 4G data, unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day and a validity of 28 days. The prepaid plan also offers a free subscription to the whole Jio suite of apps for the whole validity period. SoAs.in

Vodafone Rs. 199 prepaid mobile recharge plan

The Vodafone Rs. 199 prepaid mobile recharge plan comes with 1.5GB daily 4G data, unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day and a validity of 28 days. The prepaid plan also offers a free subscription to the Vodafone Play app for the whole validity period.

Reliance Jio, Vodafone and Bharti Airtel have been launching various prepaid plan offers with unlimited data and voice-calling benefits for its subscribers in a bid to compete against each other. From long-term plans to short prepaid offers, the Telecom companies are not leaving any stone unturned to provide the best services to their users. Recently, Reliance Jio brought back the Jio Celebrations Pack offer. Under the celebration pack, subscribers can get additional 4G data free of cost. Well, Jio is known to completely change the telecom industry since its launch and other Teleco providers try to keep pace with it. msnTarGet.com

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Prepaid mobile recharge plans under Rs. 100 compared

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Prepaid mobile recharge plans under Rs. 100 compared
Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Prepaid mobile recharge plans under Rs. 100 compared
Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone all are rapidly revising their prepaid plan offers in a bid to expand their horizon and make a mark in Telecom sector. So, here we compare all the prepaid plan offers under Rs. 100 provided by them. Fun2Ind.com

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Under Rs. 100 prepaid plans compared

Bharti Airtel Rs. 98/95 prepaid plan offer

Bharti Airtel provides tariff 30 paise per minute for both local and STD calls. Besides this, users get at 3GB of 4G data. The Bharti Airtel Rs. 98 prepaid plan offer is provided with a validity for 28 days. Airtel provides another prepaid plan under Rs. 100. SoAs.in

Under the Rs. 95 Airtel prepaid plan offer subscribers get 500MB of 4G data with the same tariff plan as that present in Rs. 98 recharge offer. MobAsk.com

Vodafone Rs. 95 prepaid recharge plan offer

Under the plan, subscribers get 500MB of high-speed of the internet with 30 paise per minute local and STD calls. The Vodafone Rs. 95 prepaid recharge plan offer provides validity for 28 days. msnTarGet.com

Reliance Jio Rs. 98/52 prepaid plan offer

Mukesh Ambani led- Reliance Jio is providing 2GB of high-speed internet, unlimited local and STD calling under its Rs. 98 prepaid mobile recharge offer. Along with this, subscribers also receive 300 free SMS and access to Jio apps completely free. The Reliance Jio Rs. 98 prepaid plan offer provides validity for 28 days. SoAs.in

The Rs. 51 Jio Prepaid plan offer provides 0.15GB high speed data per day with unlimited voice calling. Under the plan you also get 70 SMS and complimentary subscription to Jio apps. The validity for the plan is for 7 days.

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online – Porting from one SIM to another is a very common task which is performed lots and lots of time even without the user. Following this, all the network operators in India reached the conclusion that porting must be made as easy as calling or sending SMS (Short Message Service) to a friend. Since SMS is one of the easiest and most used operational functions to perform.

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online
How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online
There is no doubt in the fact that Reliance Jio shook the market with its Reliance Jio SIM launch on 1st September 2016. That was a remarkable day in the history of Telecom Industry of India. This made the Telecom Industry lost billions of dollars. Now without any further ado, let’s directly check the step by step guide for How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online.

All of you must be knowing that there is TRAI’s central number of mobile number portability which is well known as 1900. So to port from any of the above-mentioned telecom companies to any of the above-mentioned telecom companies. You will have to send one SMS (Short Message Service) to TRAI’s central number for mobile number portability. Here, what you can do is just to type without brackets ‘PORT 98XXXXXXXX’.

Now send this message to TRAI’s number that is 1900. Next what happens is that – You’ll receive an SMS back with a Port out code. So now, it’s time you check out all the different codes and remember them for porting the SIMs. Just to share a piece of information with you, please remember that the full form of SIM is the Subscriber Identity Module. Here’s the Port Out Code that you will need to choose.

Next, you will have to download on your Android Smartphone and generate an offer code with the help of Jio App Bundle. Get yourself a Jio SIM. You can walk into any Reliance Digital Xpress and Reliance Digital Xpress mini stores and provide them with an eKYC verification via your Aadhar Card number and get a Jio SIM. Provide the person assisting you with your port out code.

Settle any remaining payment of your old telecom provider and seamlessly get your number ported to Reliance Jio. Even when you’re porting to a new SIM card. It is mandatory that you go through a few very important steps of identity verification. If you will need to go through all such steps, then you must be thinking what remained the difference between purchasing a new SIM and buying the old one. Here’s what you seriously need to know about How To Get A Reliance Jio SIM Card and Get It Activated.
  • Send SMS to 1900 by writing PORT <Your Vodafone Mobile number>
  • Within few minutes you will receive SMS from 1901 stating UPC(Unique Porting code) which will be valid for 15 days.
  • After receiving UPC, you have to generate barcode for Jio,by downloading My Jio App.
  • Click on Get Sim option and fill all details as mentioned,then you will get the barcode.
  • Visi your nearest Jio Store with the barcode,UPC, and a valid id proof

See, any where you try to find the Answer of your query – How to Port from Vodafone to jio or Airtel to Jio Port Offer 2019, Port to Jio 4G, Jio Portability Offer, Idea to Jio Port Offer, Jio Port Offers, First Recharge after porting to Jio, how to port dolphin to Jio and Jio Phone Port etc. solutions is almost the same and has been shared on the page above.

Hopefully, by following the steps mentioned above. All you related queries must be solved. What next you can do is just to visit our other guides on SoAs.in Media and learn about all the important details available.

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Bharti Airtel has become the fourth DTH operator to unveil a list of supported channel packages that will be offered from its network from February 1. At 270 packs, Airtel leads in supporting broadcaster’s attempt to drive sales via the use of packs or bundles. Dish TV had earlier given a list of around 204 packs, while both D2h and Sun Direct had given lists containing just over 100 packs each.

D2h and Sun Direct have refused to support Star India’s channel packs, and have supported only around four of Sony’s 30 or so packs. The moves are seen as an attempt to drive down channel prices or at least get compensation from broadcasters.

 TRAI Rules: Airtel Digital Lists 270 Channel Packs

 TRAI Rules: Airtel Digital Lists 270 Channel Packs
 TRAI Rules: Airtel Digital Lists 270 Channel Packs
 Without support from cable and DTH operators, broadcasters like Star, Zee, TV18 and Discovery will not able to sell their packages, and will have to resort to selling their channels one by one. However, selling channels one by one will require these channels to be priced in the range of Rs 1-5 per month. But broadcasters have priced most of the popular channels at Rs 19 (22.42 including tax).

They priced individual channels at a high rate, hoping that customers will therefore not buy their channels, but go for their packs instead. Broadcasters love packs because when a customer buys a package, he gets to push more channels — including ones that the customer may not need. The more channels the broadcaster can push to the customer’s home, the more revenue the broadcaster can make via advertising.

However, the strategy is not playing out as they expected, with some DTH players refusing to co-operate with the plan. Both D2h and Sun Direct, for example, have refused to support Star packages, while Dish TV is somewhere in the middle, offering around 200 packs.

By announcing support for 270 packs, Bharti Airtel has emerged as the DTH provider most friendly to the channel owners. While Dish TV supports 58 packages from Star, Airtel Digital has listed 64.

Airtel offers 52 TV18 packs against Dish TV’s 50. On the other hand, Dish TV offers 27 packs from Sony against 25 by Airtel Digital. Reflecting its strong subscriber base in the South, Airtel Digital also supports 26 packs from Sun Direct against 13 by Dish TV and 20 from D2h.

Meanwhile, Airtel also said it would carry 533 channels, excluding its own services, on its platform. Out of these, 78 would be in HD, including all eleven HD movie channels in English available in the country.

Airtel’s channel composition makes it a strong contender for the urban market, though it is slightly behind Sun Direct when it comes to its HD offerings in South Indian languages.

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