Idea Prepaid Plan 595 Launched With Free Calls & 10GB Data For 112 Days

Idea Cellular has launched a new prepaid plan for its users. The telecom operator has launched the prepaid plan 595 for all prepaid users with free calls and a little data. The plan is basically a calling plan with a validity of 112 days. The telecom operator has launched the Prepaid Plan 595 for all Idea Cellular Circles. Here are the details of the Idea New Prepaid Plan 595. Check it out.

Idea Prepaid Plan 595 Details

In the new Idea Plan 595, the telecom operator is offering free calls. The calls are free but not unlimited. Users can only make calls free up to 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week. After this limit, the company will charge all calls at 1 paisa per second. Also, users can only call to 100 uniques numbers in 7 days. If this figure increase than there will be charges of 1 paisa per second.

The plan also offers 100 free SMS per day. This plan of Idea also gives its users 10GB data. The validity of the plan is 112 days which is nearly 4 months. The plan will compete against the Airtel prepaid plan 597. The Airtel plan 597 is also a calling plan with 10GB data.

Airtel 597 Plan Details

Recently Bharti Airtel also launched a new prepaid plan 597 for its users. This plan is also a calling plan with a little bit of data. The plan offers 168 days validity. Talking about the details of the plan, Airtel is offering unlimited calling in the 597 plan. All local calls, all STD calls, and all roaming calls are free in this pack.

There is no FUP on calling in this plan and users can call anywhere in India free of Cost. The plan also offers free SMS in the pack. Users will get 100 free SMS per day in the pack. The validity of the plan 597 of Airtel is 168 days. The plan also offers 10GB data to its users for the whole validity period.

If we compare the Idea 595 plan with Airtel 597 plan, then Airtel is one step ahead. First thing Airtel is offering unlimited calls without FUP while there is a limit on calling in the Idea plan. Secondly, Airtel is offering better validity. Data usage is same in both plans.



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