In a bid to match aggressive pricing and attractive offers by Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel, billionaire Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Communications (RCom) is now offering a special tariff net pack priced at Rs. 349, which comes with 1GB of mobile data per day. The Rs. 349 pack has a validity of 28 days for its customers all over India, except for Gujarat subscribers, the company said in a tweet.
- The Freedom Pack comes with 1GB of mobile data per day
- Reliance Communications also has a tariff plan called Rs. 193 plan
- Reliance Jio's recharge pack of Rs. 309 offers 1GB per day
Called the Freedom Pack, the offer gives 4G customers 150 minutes of calling time and 28 GB of data for 28 days.
Besides this plan, there is also a tariff plan called Rs. 193 plan, where the telecom operator offers its subscribers 1GB of 3G mobile data per day and an additional 30 minutes of voice calling facility to any network and any region in the country for a period of 28 days.
Among the competitors, Airtel's recharge plan of Rs. 349 includes voice and data benefits. Valid for 28 days, the Rs. 349 recharge pack from Airtel includes 28 GB of data (with a daily limit of 1 GB) along with unlimited calls.
Meanwhile Reliance Jio's recharge pack of Rs. 309 offers 1GB of data at 4G speed every day, up to 56 GBs. After a customer consumes the entire limit of 56 GBs of 4G speed data, the internet speed is reduced to 128 kbps, according to the Jio website - jio.com
In August, RComm posted its third quarterly loss in a row as its heavy debt load and a price war triggered by Jio continued to weigh on its sales and profit. It reported a net loss of Rs. 1,221 crore for the first quarter ended June as against a profit of Rs. 54 crore a year.