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The cheap recharge plan of ‘this’ company is falling on Jio, giving tremendous benefits at a low price

New Delhi:Jio vs BSNL Prepaid Plans: Telecom companies are launching more than one amazing plan for customers. Companies have many great plans available with validity ranging from just 15 days to a year. If you are looking for a plan that comes with longer validity, Jio has a similar prepaid plan available. Reliance Jio, the country’s largest telecom company, has a very affordable plan that comes with a validity of 336 days. This plan of the company offers many benefits including data, calling and SMS. However, a plan of the state-owned telecom company BSNL is falling heavily on this plan of Jio. BSNL is offering the same benefits to the users at a lower cost. Let’s know about these prepaid plans.

Jio’s Rs 1,559 plan

This is a great plan from Jio that offers longer validity at a lower price. The validity of the company’s Rs 1,559 plan is 336 days. A total of 24 GB data is provided in this prepaid recharge plan. There is no daily limit with this data. You can use 24 GB data anytime. After this data ends you can use the internet at a speed of 64 Kbps. Apart from this, you will get unlimited voice calls and 3600 SMS on all networks across the country.

1,499 plan of BSNL

State-run telecom company BSNL has a great prepaid plan available at Rs 1,499. This low-cost plan competes strongly with Jio’s Rs 1,599 recharge plan. With this BSNL plan, you get a total of 24GB data for a validity of 336 days, unlimited voice calling on all networks across the country and 100 free SMS per day.


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