Why Should We Take A Postpaid Connection Instead of Legacy Prepaid Connection

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In India, people say direct “No” for a postpaid connection and willing to take a prepaid connection for ease of use. Before we continue on the article, let’s compare Postpaid and Prepaid. In simple terms, the postpaid connection is use and then pay mode but in Prepaid you can pay and then use. Postpaid bills are generated every month and while as prepaid is on validity-based recharges, in Postpaid customer doesn’t have a hassle, and customers are given a minimum of 10 days and greater depending on the operator for clearing the bills, while as Prepaid customers required to ensure that sufficient packs or Talktime are available as their services are based on validity.

Why Should We Take A Postpaid Connection Instead of Legacy Prepaid Connection

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In India, all the telecoms such as Bharti Airtel, Vi ( Vodafone Idea), BSNL, and Reliance Jio offer postpaid services for Indian Consumers. Now the postpaid plans are tailored for everyone’s needs from Individual Usage to Family Usage.

India’s first Postpaid Tailored Plan was launched in India by Bharti Airtel known as myPlan and later the plan is migrated to myPlan Infinity.

What do today’s postpaid plans offer ?.

  • Truly Unlimited Voice Calls in India and during roaming.
  • Data Rollover, previous month data is getting carried forward.
  • OTT Benefits, depending on the plan and operator.
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    • Netflix
    • ZEE5
    • Hotstar VIP Subscription etc.
  • Family Plans
  • The convenience of One Payment for All Family Members
  • One Customer Service for the customer needs in the family.

Are you working from home/executive/business professional, Postpaid plans are the best plans as there are no daily data limitations, during this pandemic the major connection with the customers/clients/business meeting is through video conferencing.

The postpaid plans are allotted monthly data benefits while the prepaid plans have daily data limits in their combo plan segment. As there are no daily data limit the unused data for the day will be carried forward to the next day or next month in the postpaid segment, while as in prepaid if daily data benefits are not utilized it will be forfeited and a data breach occurs if daily data limit is exhausted and customers require to recharge with additional data packs or use in pay as you go mode in enjoying high-speed internet services.

Secondly, if you are a busy executive/professional/self-employed / business person, it’s better to switch to a family plan offered by telecoms, its a better choice as you required to make a single payment and convenience enjoyed, no hassle for remembering the days of recharge of family members, friends, and relatives.

Bharti Airtel is the only telecom in India that has brought Mobile, DTH, and Broadband in one Plan known as One Airtel. One Airtel plan provides hosts of benefits for the customers including absolutely free of cost installation and device for DTH and Broadband, adding that additional investments not required to be done by the customer.

Bharti Airtel offers postpaid plans from 399 to 1599, Reliance Jio Offers postpaid plans from 399 to 1499, Vodafone Idea Vi offers 399 to 1199.

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