Airtel's Rs. 93 pack offers unlimited local, STD, and roaming calls, 100 SMSes per day (local and STD), and a total of 1GB of 3G/ 4G data with a validity of 10 days.
Airtel offers RC 93 to rival with Jio RC 98: Airtel unveiled the new prepaid recharge pack at Rs 93 to rival with Jio RC 98 package. Coming to the upload speed, Vodafone once again ranks first with 1.7Mbps speeds, Idea second with 1.4Mbps and Aircel third with 1.2Mbps. The FRC plan of Rs 229 will offer 1GB 4G/3G/2G data per day.
Moreover, Airtel is also offering other prepaid packs to the users that offer similar call and data benefits.
Also, the Idea subscribers buying the Rs 309 plan will get 250 minutes of free call daily and 1,000 minutes of free call per week.
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In past few months, Airtel has also followed the path of cheap plan, giving unlimited data and voice calls to lure customers just like RJio.
To know more, you can even check the list of all the packs that Airtel is offering on the MyAirtel app. Additionally, the company also offers 100 free SMSes with this pack. Their main intention is to compete with the Jio's Happy New Year 2018 pack. Users also receive unlimited local and STD calls. Other plans for Reliance Jio are Rs 399, Rs 459, Rs 499 and Rs 509, which have different validity periods and data benefits. Lastly, at Rs 999, users will get 50GB data per cycle along with a data roll-over worth 200GB data and 100 free SMSes. It gives unlimited calls and messages are restricted to 100 per day.
When it comes to the broadband service providers, the top five players were Reliance Jio (138.62 million), Bharti Airtel (62.29 million), Vodafone (45.98 million), Idea Cellular (29.61 million) and BSNL (21.24 million).