The Covid-19 pandemic has created a global crisis that has bested everyone. People have been confined to their homes for months now. This means that there has been a huge slowdown in the economy. In order to carry on livelihood, work cannot stop. As a result, a lot of people are working from home – especially those who can carry on their work through digital platforms. Prepaid mobile recharge from different operators is available to people who are working from home.
Here are the different plans available to people at the moment.
- BSNL – Probably the best plan is offered by BSNL. Users will get as much as 5 GB daily data cap every day for 90 days. However, not a lot of users use this service provider as the connection speed is not appreciable in all circles. Also, the user would be able to send 100 SMS per day. Also, BSNL allows users to enjoy unlimited calls to local and STD numbers. This amazing plan from BSNL costs very little – Rs. 599. This plan has replaced the older plan which had a validity of 180 days along with unlimited calling.
- Jio – The best bet from Jio is to opt for Rs. 599 plan. This plan will offer 2 GB of data per day for 84 days. While Jio to Jio calls is unlimited, Jio to non-Jio calls has a FUP of 3000 minutes. If you are considering value for money, this is the best plan from Jio. Other plans would not offer as much data. The only other option is to go for plans of longer tenures, i.e. a year. Jio recharge plans of Rs. 2399 will offer 2 GB every day and 12,000 minutes of Jio to non-Jio FUP.
- Vi – You will get a good option from Vi with the double data offer they are providing to prepaid users. Rs. 449 plan will offer 4 GB of data per day even though it was originally set at a daily data cap of 2 GB. Even though you have a 699 plan for 84 days, the 449 plan offers better value for the money. Subsequent recharge of this plan will ensure that you get the best from your prepaid mobile recharge. Also, Vi offers unlimited talk time to its users.
- Airtel – The best plan from Airtel has to be the one which costs Rs. 558. Rs. 558 will get you 3 GB of data for 56 days. If you can manage with a little less data, you can opt for Rs. 698 with a validity of 84 days. This plan will get you a daily data cap of 2 GB. Unlimited calling facilities are offered from Airtel.
You have a range of prepaid mobile recharge options from different operators. You should find out which operator offers a good connection in your area. This will enable you to take advantage of the best-prepaid plans. If you are looking to save some money on your recharge, be mindful that the Airtel Payments Bank platform offers good cashback.