thank you so much vodafone worlds largest biggest 4g network giving
Jay, 09 Jan 2017We would just throw the sim out lolAye, same here.
ithehappy, 08 Jan 2017LOL and after the Jio "free" period is over how much will you be paying for 1 gig of data you think?We would just throw the sim out lol
AnonD-60230, 08 Jan 2017u don't even use 1 GB a month? I use 30 GB in phone itself and further 50+ GB on my PC! and ... moreNo, I don't. I end up using 500 MB, or max 700 MB outta my 1 GB plan, that's how I use mobile data. But my home usage on PC is about 500 GB per month, and about 100 GB on mobile, via my broadband connection obviously.
ithehappy, 08 Jan 2017How exactly? The minimum plan I see is 300+ or something, where I can have 600 MB data for les... moreu don't even use 1 GB a month? I use 30 GB in phone itself and further 50+ GB on my PC!
and btw I don't use Jio and probably never will!
Anonymous, 08 Jan 2017definitely lesser than airtel and vodafoneHow exactly? The minimum plan I see is 300+ or something, where I can have 600 MB data for less than 150 rupees for Vodafone! Just because you don't have an unlimited plan in home or office, doesn't mean we don't have. For us, who have unlimited wired broadband in both work place and home we don't care about 5 gigs of data per month. Even 1 GB I never finished in a month! Jio gave, and still giving free calls, that's worth a praise, and for them filthy ISPs like BSNL have launched 2 mbps UL plan for 1199, which was not thinkable until Jio, but that's it. After the free period there is nothing in Jio which is massively different than other operators like Vodafone or Airtel. Yes, you will get double or more data for same price, but like I said that's not for everyone. Its mobile data, 5 GB or 10 GB is same to me for an inconsistent thing like that.
Very bad deal, when you calculate in the realistic speeds, and make no mistake: this would cost 240 US dollars a month, for a speed that will for most users be miserable,i mean, 3G? In philppines Smart commuuications give you a month of unlimited data for $20-21, capped at 3G speeds, no hspa or H+, just old fashion 3G at max 384 kbsp, sounds slow but isnt all bad compared to the majority of indias 3G users who are always battling for their share of the network capacity. Vodaphone is letting 3G users pay so LTE users can enjoy for cheap.
ithehappy, 08 Jan 2017LOL and after the Jio "free" period is over how much will you be paying for 1 gig of data you think?definitely lesser than airtel and vodafone
very good lunching the paling by Vodafone Super Hour RC 17 Unlimited 3G/G data 1 hour
RC- 5Unlimited 2G data 1 hour., Unlimited calling RC-7
Modes :Paper, USSD ,ETOP
( Etop mode is open for Unlimited --3G/4G data Â– MRP17 only )
There is no limit to avail SUPER HOUR packs, after validity expiry of one Super hour pack, the next Super Hour pack can be taken
Failed companies,at 21 INR only one hour unlimited internet.This Useless plan will evaporate in 6 months maximum time
Jio, vodafone or whatever.. its no use if yoy have broadband connection in home.. paying 16rs for one hour?? are you crazy.. with as low as rs500 we get 2mbps plan.. and it doesnt alter speed at every second.. and the consistency in speed is unparalleled
Checkout Aircel India , they're offering 20GB for rs.498 for 28 says, 10GB for rs.496 for 60 days validity..
ithehappy, 08 Jan 2017LOL and after the Jio "free" period is over how much will you be paying for 1 gig of data you think?Just 301rs 5gb 4g data,with unlimited voice and video call
Nik, 07 Jan 2017It's only because of Reliance Jio network which was launched to public in sept 2016 with unlim... moreLOL and after the Jio "free" period is over how much will you be paying for 1 gig of data you think?
AnonD-614976, 07 Jan 2017Data is so cheap in India, in Singapore is $10 for 1GB a month, about 500 rupees...Because of jii
The reason why Vodafone India is offering this deal is because a new company called Reliance Jio is offering 1 GB data everyday and unlimited local and national vouce calls till March 31st 2017.
-Message sent from my iphone using Reliance Jio Network..
okay..for the info of non indians..each and every one of my friends who have ever been outside of the country has vouched for the sorry state of internet in India, and the data packs activate after about half an hour after we request it, and that is not consistent, plus there is a difference in the basic cost of living and salaries between nations..so before you start counting cents/gb tell the average base wages in your country
and slightly off topic, internet services may look cheaper but the gadgets sure aren't..most of the cost twice as much