The first telecom giant to remove the FUP limit on its data plans was Airtel, which announced the news via its official Twitter handle. The company announced that it was removing the FUP limit on voice calls for all unlimited prepaid plans. This means all the prepaid users who have subscribed to Airtel’s Rs 148 plan, Rs 248 plan, Rs 598 plan, Rs 698 plan, Rs 1498 plan or Rs 2398 plan will be able to make voice calls to other networks without paying any additional charges when their FUP limit expires. You can check out details of these plans here.
In addition to that Airtel has announced three new prepaid plans that join the company’s unlimited prepaid plans. Here are the details:
— Rs 219: It offers 1GB data per day along with 100 SMSs per day and unlimited voice calls. It comes with a validity of 28 days.
— Rs 399: It offers 1.5GB data per day along with 100 SMSs per day and unlimited voice calls. It comes with a validity of 56 days.
— Rs 449: It offers 2GB data per day along with 00 SMSs per day and unlimited voice calls. It comes with a validity of 56 days.
Vodafone Idea followed Airtel’s suit and removed FUP limit on voice calls for all unlimited prepaid calls. The new was announced by Vodafone via its official Twitter handle. This means that now Vodafone Idea can now make unlimited voice calls to any network without incurring any extra charges.
This means that all users who have subscribed to one of Vodafone’s unlimited packs — the packs that offer a validity of 28 days, 84 days or 365 days — will benefit from this change