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These ‘cheap’ prepaid plans will come in handy to keep the SIM card running, valid for a whole month for just Rs. 107; See details

New Delhi: Telecom companies are launching recharge plans that come with a validity of 30 days i.e. full 1 month. Geo is now followed by Vodafone Idea (Vi) Has also launched two plans that come with a full month validity. The cost of these plans is very low. The company has introduced plans with a validity of 30 days and 31 days. Apart from this, the company also has a Rs 337 plan with a validity of 31 days. Now the company has launched two cheap recharge plans priced at Rs 107 and Rs 111. Both these plans are available for SIM continuation. Let us know about the benefits available in these plans.

Vodafone Idea Rs 107 and Rs 111 plan

Vodafone Idea for Rs Prepaid plan Has been launched. This plan is valid for 30 days. It will have many benefits with a validity of 30 days. The company offers 200 MB of data and Rs 107 talk time. However, SMS facility is not available in this plan. Also, users will be charged 1 paisa per second for calling. The company has introduced another cheaper plan of Rs 111. This plan is valid for 31 days. It also does not have SMS facility. But, it will get the benefit of Rs 111 talk time and 200 MB data. Users will be charged 1 paisa per second for calling.

The company has introduced these two cheap prepaid plans for the users who just recharge their SIM card to continue. Vodafone Idea (Vi) has also launched two other plans. The company has introduced a plan of Rs 337, which has a validity of 31 days. In this plan users get 28 GB data. In addition, unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per day on all networks. This prepaid plan offers a free subscription to Vi Movies & TV Classic. Apart from this, the company has a plan of Rs 327 with a validity of 30 days. It comes with 25 GB of data, unlimited calling and SMS.

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