To stay ahead in this competition Vodafone has now tweaked its 3G tariffs. It has been reported that Airtel and Idea have reduced their 3G tariffs by 70 per cent while RCom has reduced its 3G tariffs by 90 per cent. Vodafone is now offering 'pay as you go' tariff at 2 paisa per 10 KB just like idea. But Vodafone’s rate is cheaper as compared to Airtel's rate 3 paisa per 10 KB.
The GSM operator now offers
- Rs 26 pack that offer 25 MB for a day
- Rs 44 pack that offer 150 MB for 7 days
- Rs 102 pack now offers 300 MB for a month
Vodafone is now charging Rs 251 for 1GB 3G data and followed by Rs 451for 2 GB. However, it is charging Rs 850 for 3 GB but offers 2 month validity for this pack (one month free). For 5 GB and 10 GB Vodafone is now charging Rs 1250 and Rs1501 respectively. The former offers you two months of validity while the later comes with the usual one month validity. All these rates are for prepaid users. For postpaid users the plans are costlier. 2 GB of 3G data plans are offered to its postpaid users for Rs 650; while prepaid users just pay Rs 451 for 2 GB data. The prices are same for However, higher data limit packs like 3 GB, 5 GB and 10 GB packs. Aircel and RCom are two operators who have made 3G affordable. Unlimited plans are offered by Aircel with Rs 8 that provide 50 MB at 3G speeds for a day while its costliest plan for Rs 997 offers 10 GB 3G data for 30 days. All the plans of Aircel are offered at 3.6 Mbps except 5 GB and 10 GB plan which are offered at 7.2 MBPS. However post data limit, the speed usually gets dropped to 20-64 Kbps.
Source : Themobileindian