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This means that if a Vi user chooses a plan costing less than Rs 179 for himself, he will not receive an outgoing SMS and if he does not receive an SMS, no user will be able to send an SMS to the port and the same is true. For Mukesh Ambani’s telecom company Reliance Jio. Didn’t like that either.
Reliance Jio currently offers the cheapest prepaid plan in the industry and the company wants to add new members to its network. It is said that many Vodafone Idea (Vi) users will want to port to Jio instead of Vi and now with the increase in tariffs, Vi’s prepaid plan with SMS has become very expensive, so Jio may have to do this. Difficult to add new members.
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Reliance Jio has lodged a complaint with TRAI
Following Vi’s move, Reliance Jio has expressed its concern to the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) that users with low-end plans may not be able to port out on Jio or Airtel. No response has been received from TRAI so far.
Not only Reliance Zion but also Telecom Watchdog has told TRAI that this move by Vodafone Idea is not appropriate and users need cheap SMS bundle prepaid plans so that they always have the option to port out whenever they want.
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Under Geo Prepaid Plan 150
Reliance Jio’s cheapest prepaid plan which comes with SMS benefits is priced at Rs 149. In this plan user gets unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per day with 1GB data per day. This plan gives a validity of 20 days which means that users get 20 GB of data in this plan.
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500 million target
Mukesh Ambani’s company Reliance Jio wants to reach the target of 500 million users as soon as possible, but if Vodafone Idea’s cheap plan does not include only outgoing SMS facility, then Vi’s move will create difficulties in meeting Jio’s target. Could.