Airtel has got a portfolio of content applications like Wynk Movies, Wynk Music, and Wynk Games, whereas Reliance Jio has got its own content platforms like JioTV, JioCinema, JioMusic, JioCloud, and JioMags.
Vodafone's Rs. 509 prepaid recharge plan(Vodafone's Rs 509 plan offers 1GB data per day.)This Vodafone plan offers 1GB data per day. Having said that, Airtel has yet again revised the Rs 349 and Rs 549 tariff plans, and they're now far better than any other telecom operators plans. The prepaid recharge offers 125GB of 3G/4G data on all handsets without any daily FUP.
The telecom sector is in the midst of an aggressive data price war as incumbent operators keep on launching attractive prepaid recharge plans to counter new comer Reliance Jio, which has been wooing customers with aggressive data offers. Additionally, customers also take advantage of 100 free SMS per day and unlimited calls (local, STD and national roaming). You can also send 100 SMSes per day.
Idea Cellular and Vodafone do not now have packs that offer more than 1.5 GB per day. In this plan of the company one can enjoy 56 GB, 4 G data.
So overall, under the Rs 349 plan - now - Airtel is offering 56GB data per month, unlimited calls and SMS benefits to another network.
Now the situation is such that Airtel, Idea and Vodafone have learned the ways of cheap plan, unlimited data and voice calls to lure their customers just like Rjio. Apart from making changes to the Rs 349 and Rs 549 plan, Airtel hasn't made any changes to the other 3 plans.
In comparison, the same pack costs Rs 799 on Reliance Jio, or Rs 28.54 per day, a 45% increase compared to what Airtel is charging. Since the plan remains valid for 84 days, customers end up with 84GB high-speed (4G) data. The 509 plans from Airtel and Vodafone are competitive and probably enough to retain their respective customers but may need a little extra to make Jio customers jump ship.
The company is offering between 1.5 GB to 3.5 GB in its four different prepaid packs.