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RCom offers 'unlimited data' and calls at Rs 299

RCom offers 'unlimited data' and calls at Rs 299 RCom offers 'unlimited data' and calls at Rs 299
Sherri Watson | 11 August, 2017, 15:33

The company announced the all-new rental plan in a tweet on Wednesday.

RCom took to Twitter to announce the introduction of its new unlimited plan for Reliance Mobile users. However, the exact details of the new plan have not yet been announced. Vodafone Rs 346 plan Soon after Jio and Airtel started the tariff war, Vodafone joined in with Rs 346 recharge plan that provides 1GB 4G data per day, bundled calls to any network (300 free minutes per day, 1,200 per week) with 56-day validity. The company is led by Anil Ambani and recently reported a loss of Rs 948 crore for the Q4, 2017, mainly due to the free calls and data provided by Jio. Anil Ambani's RCom has been struggling to cope up with the growing competition from other telecom operators in the market. RCom users can go to Eshop.com to avail the offer.

A few weeks back RCom had announced other interesting offers, which included offering 4G SIM and 1GB per day data benefit at Rs. 5,199 to the dongle buyers.

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To compete with the new Rs 399 Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan Offer, Bharti Airtel also came up with its own Rs 399 prepaid plan, offering the same 1GB data per day with 84-day validity. The Rs 499 plan comes with a validity of 30 days, offers 30 GB (4G/3G/2G), while the Rs 399 plan offers 15 GB data for 30 days. It offers 70 GB data with unlimited Vodafone to Vodafone local and STD calls. Under the deal, users would also get a 4G SIM card with 1GB data per day limit at Rs. 500 per month rental. With a top of 100GB per month at Rs 0 for three months, the image indicates that the company will have offering 100Mbps speed.

Vodafone's not been too behind in offering new packages in a bid to retain its customers who could drift to Reliance Jio owing to the cheap data plans. RCom, earlier this year, received 99.99 percent shareholders' approval for the merger of its wireless business with Aircel. However, we can expect other new monthly plans also.