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Geo has taken big risks, find out how much ‘benefit’ users have from free calling

Reliance Jio has started offering free calling on any network in its prepaid recharge plans. Geo users will now be able to make unlimited calls to any number. Geo’s recharge plans have so far not provided free calling on other networks, but live minutes were offered as planned. From January 1, Vodafone-Idea has started getting unlimited calling facility like Geo’s Airtel Recharge plan. Let us know which car recharge plans are more beneficial for Reliance Jio, Vodafone-Idea and Airtel.

Geo Airtel is planning lower prices than Vodafone-Idea

The first major ‘flaw’ of Reliance Jio in prepaid recharge plans is that they did not get the benefit of free calling on other networks. However, now there is no shortage. If you talk about the initial plan, Jio’s plan will start at 129. The term of this plan of GEO is 28 days. 2GB data is available in the plan. This plan provides the facility of sending 300 SMS with the facility of free calling on any network. Also, a complimentary subscription plan is available on Jio applications. If you talk about the initial plans of Airtel and Vodafone-Idea, they start from Rs 149. This plan is 20 rupees more expensive than GEO.

Airtel’s Rs 149 plan offers 2GB of data. The validity of this plan is 28 days. The plan includes Airtel Extreme subscription with unlimited calling. At the same time, the Rs 149 Vodafone-Idea plan has the facility to send 300 SMS with unlimited calling. The validity of this plan is 28 days. It has 3 GB of data. 1 GB additional data has been provided under the application / web exclusive offer. Get access to Plan V movies and TV.

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GEO’s 24-day plan costs less than Rs 50

If you are talking about a plan that gives 1GB of data per day, GEO has a plan of Rs 149. The validity of this plan is 24 days. A total of 24 GB of data is available in the plan. The plan includes unlimited calling on any network as well as the facility to send 100 SMS per day. Airtel and Vodafone-Idea plans offer 24 days validity and 1 GB of data per day at a price of Rs 199. 1 GB of data per day, Vodafone unlimited calling facility of Rs 199. The plan provides access to V movies and TV. Also, there is a facility to send 100 SMS per day. Airtel’s Rs 199 plan offers 1GB of data per day, unlimited calling on any network. Also, Airtel Extreme gets a subscription. The plan is to send 100 SMS per day.

Daily 1.5 GB data plan is also cheaper by 50 rupees

The Geo plan is Rs 50 less than the 1.5 GB of data per day planned by Vodafone-Idea (VI) and Airtel. The GEO plan offers a 28-day validity and 1.5GB of data per day for Rs 199. At the same time, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea plan to offer such benefits at Rs 249. Geo’s 74-day plan is cheaper than Airtel and Vodafone. Geo’s plan is Rs 555. At the same time, the Vodafone-Idea plan is Rs 599, the similar benefit plan of Airtel is Rs 598. The plans of Geo, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea trio provide 1.5 GB of data daily.

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Another affordable plan from Geo is Rs 1,299. 24 GB data is available in this plan. The validity of the plan is 336 days. In addition to unlimited calling on any network, the plan offers the facility of sending 3,600 SMS. Vodafone-Idea also has a similar plan at Rs 1,499. However, this plan offers a validity of 365 days. The plan enables sending 3600 SMS through unlimited calling. Airtel has the same plan at Rs 1,498. The validity of the plan is 365 days. The plan offers 24 GB of data with unlimited calling on any network

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