Airtel 799 plan Vs Jio 799 Plan – 3GB Data Per Day | Calls & Data Comparison

A few days Back Reliance Jio announced a special plan for iPhone users. Reliance Jio announced Rs.799 plan for iPhone users and now Airtel has also launched Airtel 799 Plan. Both Plans are almost similar but there are few things that need to be noticed. Here are the full details of Airtel 799 Plan and Jio 799 plan for iPhone users. Check out the full comparison of Airtel 799 plan with Jio 799 plan and find out which plan is better for you.

Airtel 799 plan Vs Jio 799 Plan – Calls Comparison

Starting with Airtel 799 plan, in Airtel 799 Airtel is offering free unlimited calls to any number in India. Reliance Jio is also offering the same in its Jio 799 plan for iPhone users. The good thing about the Jio 799 plan for iPhone users is that there are no extra charges on calling in roaming. All the outgoing and incoming calls in roaming are free in Jio 799 plan. While in Airtel 799 plan there are no free calls in roaming. All outgoing calls in roaming are chargeable in Airtel 799 plan.

Airtel 799 plan Vs Jio 799 Plan – Data Comparison

Airtel is giving 3GB daily data usage in its 799 plan. The validity of Airtel 799 plan is 28 days which means Airtel is giving a total of 84GB high-speed 4G data in its 799 plan. Talking about the data in the Jio 799 plan, Jio is giving the same i.e 3GB data daily high-speed data usage. The validity of the Jio 799 plan is also 28 days.

Airtel 799 plan Vs Jio 799 Plan – Which One is Best

If you are choosing between Airtel and Jio for iPhone then Jio 799 plan is better among the two. This is because, After the daily high-speed data usage of Jio, the speed reduces but data usage will not stop which means your free net will continue after the FUP of 3GB while in Airtel after the daily data limit exhaust your data will stop. In calling Jio 799 is again best because there is no charge on roaming incoming and outgoing calls. But the main thing is Jio 799 plan is only for iPhone users and Airtel 799 plan is for all prepaid customers.



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