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3G Mobile Recharge Plans in Karnataka
Best mobile operators in Karnataka are: Airtel, BSNL, Jio Reliance, Vodafone, Idea, T24.

Most popular recharge types in Karnataka are: 2G Data, 3G Data, 4G Data, FRC, Full Talktime, ISD, Local, Night, Other, Plan, Roaming, SMS, STD, Top up, Validity.
What is 35 RS recharge?
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has directed operators such as Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea not to immediately disconnect services of customers with "sufficient" pre-paid balance as it took strong note of telcos asking such users to go in for mandatory monthly recharge plan.

In a bid to boost their revenue, Airtel and Vodafone Idea have announced minimum monthly recharge plans starting from Rs 35.

These are additional charges that the companies are asking despite having a minimum required balance on subscribers account, turning their lifetime SIM connections to one with a limited validity.

According to Airtel, the users have to recharge a minimum of Rs 35 to keep their connection active. If a user failed to do so, their connection will be barred from making calls. And if a minimum recharge is not made within 15 days, it will also disconnect the incoming facility.

However, the remaining balance left on their SIM, if any, will still remain and the operator will deduct Rs 20 every three months to keep the connection active. The company is also providing a grace period of 90 days before a SIM card will be deactivated. A user can recharge with Rs 35 anytime to re-activate the SIM.
What is Airtel unlimited plan?
Rs 298 plan: Replaces Rs 249 plan. Offers unlimited Calling, 100 SMS per day, 2 GB per day and Airtel Thanks benefits for 28 days. Rs 598 plan: Replaces Rs 448 plan for unlimited calling, 100 SMS per day, and 1.5 GB per data per day for 84 days. Validity days hiked from 82 days to 84 days.
What is 23 RS recharge in Airtel?
Airtel has discontinued the base recharge plan of ₹23 for pre-paid users in all circles which will be replaced by a ₹45 pre-paid plan, implying a 95 per cent hike in the base plan.

The new price has gone live in all circles with Airtel informing subscribers through a public notice. The ₹45 pre-paid recharge will offer the same benefits as the ₹23 pre-paid plan.

The public notice states that the new ₹45 Airtel smart recharge will offer local and STD voice calling at 2.5 paise per second, 5 paise per second for national video calls, and 50 paise per MB for data. SMS tariff is at ₹1 per SMS for local, Rs. 1.5 per SMS for national, and ₹5 per SMS for international messages. The validity of the new ₹45 plan is 28 days. These are the same benefits as the ₹23 pre-paid recharge plan that has now been discontinued.
How can I recharge my mobile online?
Steps to recharge your phone via Paytm:

Prepaid:

Step 1: Open the Paytm app.

Step 2: On the app home screen, tap on the 'Mobile Prepaid' option.

Step 3: A new page will appear, here you have two options prepaid or postpaid

Step 4: Select "Prepaid' option.

Step 5: After that enter the mobile number. (You can also select the number from the contact list by clicking on the address book icon next to it)

Step 6: You enter the amount directly that you wish to recharge (You can also click on 'Browse Plans' to choose your recharge plan)

Step 7: Then click on 'Proceed' to recharge.



Postpaid:

Step 1: Open the Paytm app.

Step 2: On the app home screen, tap on the 'Mobile Prepaid' option.

Step 3: A new page will appear, here you have two options prepaid or postpaid

Step 4: Select "Postpaid' option.

Step 5: Enter your 'Postpaid Mobile number'.

Step 6: Enter the outstanding bill amount (You can also click fetch bill amount to get your payable amount)

Step 7: Then click on 'Proceed' to recharge.