Vi (Vodafone Idea) has announced some prepaid validity recharge plans for users in India. The plans are priced at Rs 107 and Rs 111 and come with different validity limits. The Rs 107 plan offers talk time and 200MB data with voice calls at 1p/sec and validity of 30 days. Notably, it does not come with any free outgoing SMS messages.
At the same time, the validity of 31 days is available in the plan of Rs 111. Apart from this, it has the same offers as other plans. It also offers voice calls at 1 paise per second and 200MB data. For those unaware, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) recently ordered telecom operators to offer recharge plans with month-long validity.
Vi has recently introduced two plans of Rs 327 and Rs 337 in India. The new Vi plan of Rs 327 offers a total of 25GB data for a validity of 30 days. This plan also includes the benefit of 100SMS per day along with unlimited voice calling. Other benefits include access to Vi Movies and TV Classic on the telecom carrier’s app. The Rs 337 plan is the better of the two, with an additional cost of Rs 10, as compared to Rs 327, which gives the subscriber a validity of 31 days and a total of 28 GB of high-speed data.
Recently it was reported that the 5G auction in India will be delayed. However, the latest report says something else. Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said on Monday that there will be no delay in the auction of 5G spectrum in India. His statement comes at a time when the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has delayed submitting its recommendations on spectrum pricing and other details to the Telecom Ministry.
As per the previous reports, TRAI was expected to submit its recommendations for the deployment of 5G connectivity in India by the end of March this year, following which the Telecom Ministry is expected to submit its recommendations to the regulator before conducting the auction for 5G spectrum in India in May. was to be reviewed. this year.
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