Reliance Jio's entrance has unquestionably brought the nation's telecom organizations without hesitation. Despite the fact that Vodafone guaranteed that it was attempting to serve a bigger range of crowd with its item Flex a week ago, it has amended its 4G postpaid duty arrangements to counter the opposition, beginning with Mumbai.
According to the new postpaid information arranges in Mumbai, 2GB of 4G/3G information will cost you Rs. 350 (rather than Rs. 450 prior), 3GB of 4G/3G information will cost you Rs. 450 (Rs. 650 prior), 5GB of 4G/3G information will cost you Rs. 650 (rather than Rs. 850 prior), 6GB of 4G/3G information will cost Rs. 750, 7GB of 4G/3G information will cost Rs. 850, 10GB of 4G/3G information will cost Rs. 999, and 15GB of 4G/3G information will cost you Rs. 1,499, and 20GB of 4G/3G information will set you back by Rs. 1,999.
Interestingly, commenting about the competition from Reliance Jio at company's Flex launch event last week, Vodafone India's Commercial Director Sandeep Kataria said. "India has a very large spectrum of people, about 95 percent, who don't have a 4G phone."
He further said that Vodafone Flex is meant for a wider audience. "We are not new entrants. We have to look after not 5 million or 10 million subscribers; we have to look after 200 million subscribers," he said.
It will be interesting to see how different telecom companies tackle the competition from Reliance Jio and if they are able to maintain quality while offering better rates for their plans.