Vodafone Idea or Vi, as it was freshly rebranded is the only telco to give 56-days validity for a prepaid plan under Rs 300. Airtel and Jio offer 28-days validity at this price point. Vi also offers double data plans that give its users up to 4GB daily data with 56 days validity. The plan was first noted by Telecom Talk.

Vi Rs 269 prepaid plan: The prepaid plan with 56-days validity is priced at Rs 269 and gives 4GB total data with unlimited calling and 600 SMS. The plan also gives access to Vi Movies and TV. The plan is ideal for users looking for more validity and calling benefits.

Vi has prepaid plans with 56-days validity that come at a higher price point with daily data and calling benefits. The telco recently introduced a weekend rollover data benefit that lets users carry forward their leftover data from Monday to Friday to use on weekends. It also offers double data offers on some of the plans. Following are the prepaid plans Vi currently offers with 56-days validity.

Vi Rs 399 prepaid plan: This prepaid plan offers 1.5GB daily data and 100 SMS per day. The plan also gives unlimited calls to all networks. This plan comes with weekend rollover data. The plan also gives 5GB extra data when recharged with the app.

Vi Rs 449 prepaid plan: This prepaid plan by Vi is one of the most useful plans under Rs 500. The plan offers 4GB (2GB+ 2GB) daily data as part of a double data offer and gives 100 SMS per day. The plan also gives unlimited calls to all networks. This plan comes with weekend rollover data.

Vi Rs 595 prepaid plan: This prepaid plan offers streaming benefits with 1-year access to Zee5 Premium. The plan gives 2GB daily data with unlimited calls and 100SMS per day. This plan also comes with weekend rollover data benefits so it is ideal for users who want to make the most of streaming benefits with a validity of 56 days. The plan also gives Vi Movies and TV access.

Mean-while, The total number of active coronavirus cases in India crossed the 4.5 lakh mark for the first time after nine days on Thursday, when 43,082 new COVID-19 infections were recorded, government data shows. With this, India’s total Covid cases have risen to 93,09,787. Up to 492 people also died of the highly infectious disease in the last 24 hours taking the overall Covid-related death count to 1,35,715. Total discharged cases rose to 87,18,517 with 39,379 new discharges in this period.

.The rise in active COVID-19 cases comes amid apprehensions of a second wave nationally as infection rate has spiked in states with relatively fewer cases till now, including Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, and Himachal Pradesh. Many states have adopted localized restrictions, including night curfews, and doubled fines for not wearing masks and crowding.