Vodafone, Idea, and Airtel have just announced minimum prepaid recharges for their subscribers stating that in order to avail free incoming calls, users will have to recharge their cellular connections with these minimum prepaid recharges which are valued at Rs. 35, Rs. 65 and Rs. 95, all of which come with a validity of 28 days.
A subscriber of either of these carriers will have to opt for a minimum recharge of Rs. 35 in order to avail incoming calls along with the benefits of the plan itself. Once the validity of this plan, which is 28 days, expires, they won't be even able to receive incoming calls. The same is the case with Rs. 65 and Rs. 95 prepaid recharge plans from Vodafone, Idea, and Airtel which come with better benefits but with the same validity.
Alternatively, subscribers can also opt for unlimited prepaid recharge plans which also come with long-term validity as well as better benefits such as daily data, unlimited calling, SMS and more.