Recharge with ₹129 or above If you want to send SMS! New Policy: Good or Bad?

Recharge with ₹129 or above If you want to send SMS
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Recharge with ₹129 or above If you want to send SMS.

All Telecom Operators in India are intentionally not offering outgoing SMS perks on their modest plans. One of the biggest issues occurs when you are in urgent need of sending SMSs and you got know that you have to recharge for INR 129 or more to avail outgoing SMS benefits on your SIM card.

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Even the telecom operators have discontinued the SMS packs that were affordable for a general user.

If you are thinking to port your number to another telecom operator. Due to any issue you can not do it without having an SMS outgoing benefit pack. To port, you need to send an SMS typing ‘PORT’ to 1900. But you can’t do that if you are on a cheap plan or lower plan than INR 129 or the minimum plan set by your operator to have outgoing SMS services.

Recharge with ₹129 or above If you want to send SMS

The info was also given by our team member in past.

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Minimum plans for outgoing SMS services in Reliance Jio, Vodafone Idea and Airtel.

Reliance Jio

Reliance Jio has the cheapest unlimited INR 98 plan for smartphones users. With the plan, users get unlimited voice calling, 1.5GB of daily data for 14 days, and a complimentary Jio apps subscription. Nevertheless, there is no outgoing SMS benefit included with the plan. 

You have to recharge for INR 149 or more for SMS benefits, with the INR 149 plan you get unlimited voice calling, 1 GB of daily data for 24 days, 100 SMS per day, and a complimentary Jio apps subscription.

Vi (Vodafone Idea)

Vi (Vodafone Idea) has the cheapest INR 49 plan for smartphones users. With the plan, users get voice calling at 2.5p per second and 100 MB data for 14 days. There is no outgoing SMS benefit included with the plan. 

You have to recharge for INR 129 or more for SMSs benefits, with the INR 129 plan you get unlimited voice calling, 2 GB of data, and 300 SMS for 24 Days.

Airtel

Airtel has the cheapest INR 79 plan for smartphones users. With the plan, users get voice calling at 1p per second and 200 MB data for 28 days. There is no outgoing SMS benefit included with the plan. 

You have to recharge for INR 129 or more for SMSs benefits, with the INR 129 plan you get unlimited voice calling, 1 GB of data, and 300 SMS for 24 Days

Why Telecom Operators are disabling SMS benefits on cheaper plans?

Telecom Operators are pushing Customers to Buy High Plans. Moreover, to gain more profits and If you want to port out of your current telecom service provider. You have to purchase expensive plans at least one time to send Porting SMS. 

This New Policy: Good or Bad?

This New Policy has been bad for most of the peoples. these are entry-level plans. Any user who wants to port out can do this by purchasing an expensive prepaid plan for no reason to get the SMS benefits.

Nowadays, most of the users are using broadband services for their data needs especially in the COVID-19 situation and the cheaper plans are enough for having SIM active and for calls as well. For having SMS benefits recharging for expensive plans feels like overpay.

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