Airtel is the most expensive now: Jio Rs 600, then Vi prepaid plans are cheaper by up to Rs 300; Also behind in data speed

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If you are an Airtel customer, be prepared to shell out more. The company has made all its prepaid plans expensive. The new prices will also be applicable after 4 days. That is, from November 26, a minimum of Rs 20 and a maximum of Rs 501 will have to be spent. There is also news that Jio and Vi India (Vi) can also make their tariff plans expensive.

After increasing the prices, now how expensive Airtel’s service has become for prepaid customers, how expensive has become Airtel compared to Reliance Jio and Vi India, Airtel is also laggy in download and upload speed, so what are the reasons for all these reasons. Customers can shift to other networks, knowing all these things one by one.

First of all, let’s talk about how much money Airtel prepaid customers will have to spend on which plan.

The biggest burden on the pocket of Airtel customers will come when they do a recharge of Rs 2999 with 365 days validity. Now Rs 501 more is being applied on this plan. The old price of this plan was Rs 2498. The company’s second expensive prepaid plan has become Rs 1799, this plan also comes with 365 days validity. The old price of this plan was Rs 1498, that is, now the customer will have to spend Rs 301 more.

Airtel Vs Jio Vs Vi: Whose plan is better among the three companies

If we compare the prepaid plans of all the three companies, Reliance Jio is the best and Vi India is a bit expensive than that. Bharti Airtel has now become the most expensive in comparison to these two. Compared to Airtel, Jio’s cheapest plan is 24 rupees, while Vi’s 20 rupees is cheaper. At the same time, Jio is Rs 600 cheaper than Airtel’s annual validity plan. A similar plan of Vi is Rs 300 cheaper than Airtel.

Airtel lags behind in download and upload speed

Internet speed also remains a big challenge in front of Airtel. For the past few months, Airtel has been far behind its competitors in download and upload speeds. Reliance Jio has consistently beat in download speed and Vi India in upload speed. Airtel has mostly had to stay in the third position. Jio’s average 4G download speed in October stood at 21.9 Mbps. While Vi India’s 4G download speed was 15.6 Mbps and Airtel’s 4G download speed was 13.2 Mbps.

In October, the Vi’s dominance in terms of 4G upload speeds once persisted. Jio and Airtel once again lagged behind Vi in upload speed. Vi’s average 4G upload speed last month was 7.6 Mbps. On the other hand, Reliance Jio stood at number two with an upload speed of 6.4 Mbps and Airtel at number three with an upload speed of 5.2 Mbps.

Number porting process
If you want to port your number to another company after Airtel prepaid plan is expensive, then its process is quite easy. For this you have to follow some steps…

  • To port the number, you will have to generate a Unique Porting Code (UPC).
  • For this, enter your mobile number by giving space after the port and SMS it to 1900.
  • You will get a unique porting code shortly after the message is sent.
  • Now go to the outlet of the telecom operator you want to connect with and get the SIM by specifying the UPC code.
  • You will also have to provide Aadhar card or other ID proof. After which the biometric process will take place.
  • New SIM will be activated with your old number within 7 days.

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