Plan 269 Vodafone Idea Prepaid offers 56 days of validity and 4 GB of data


Vodafone Idea's Rs 269 prepaid plan is a great option for subscribers who make a lot of voice calls.

Vodafone Idea Vi has a habit of offering long-term prepaid plans on a tight budget. Prior to the tariff hike in December 2019, Vodafone was offering an 84 day validity plan for less than Rs 300. 

Plan 269 Vodafone Idea Prepaid offers 56 days of validity and 4 GB of data

Additionally, the telecom company also has a 56 day validity plan for 269 rupees which is even available right now. . Vi's Rs 269 prepaid top-up comes with 4GB of data, unlimited voice calls and limited SMS, but the strong point of the plan is its 56-day validity. 

No other telecom operator in India has a long-standing plan on a budget at the moment. In addition, Vi also has a basic plan of Rs 95 which is a 56 day prepaid service validity package.

Vi Rs 269 Prepaid Plan: What Does It Offer?

When it comes to affordable plans, most prepaid customers look to Reliance Jio or BSNL. But the lesser known fact is that Vodafone Idea has affordable prepaid plans with a long validity. These plans are aimed at users with heavy voice calls. Arriving on the Rs 269 plan, it is sent with unlimited local / national calls to all networks in India, 4GB of 2G / 3G / 4G data and 600 SMS per month. The package is valid for 56 days.

In contrast, Airtel and Reliance Jio do not have prepaid plans below Rs 300. As noted, Vi also has the Rs 95 service validity package which offers Rs 74 of talk time, 200 MB of data (additional 200 MB as a limited-time app / website top-up) and a reduction in fees on voice calls made to India.

Overall, Vodafone Idea has two best plans under Rs 300 with a validity of 56 days. But as mentioned above, these plans are aimed at users who make a lot of voice calls. Unlike Jio and BSNL, it offers you the benefit of unlimited voice calls with no daily or monthly FUP limits.

In other news, Vi is looking to raise rates again in the next 2-3 months. If the rate hike does not happen for Vi, telecommunications are said to face various financial problems. You could increase your rates by as much as 20-25%, but nothing is officially confirmed.

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