does it make sense to convert prepaid sim to postpaid to use family plan?

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does it make sense to convert prepaid sim to postpaid to use family plan? if yes thn which provider is best nd will i get more monthly bill if i use exceed the data limit

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Post Emperor Post Emperor
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Ignore if you are using data more

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Ignore prepaid to postpaid conversion, until u have to claim bill from ur employer.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Can't one submit recharge bill for prepaid? To reimburse
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If there's already a family plan or you plan to have 4 or more active numbers, it makes sense. Otherwise prepaid is cheaper. 

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Wingman Wingman
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If your current monthly bill is more than 350, then convert it to a family plan as VI is offering a family plan for 2 at 700. 

Generous Generous
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Port from Jio Prepaid Delhi to Airtel prepaid Nashik possible?

Current location Nashik.

How many days it will take to port ?

Is it mandatory to provide alternative number while applying for porting ?

Benevolent Benevolent
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Yes possible

7 days at max

Alternatively number yes..

Plus you will need address proof of MH(might have changed)

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Benevolent Benevolent
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Depends on use case. Family plan is best suited where the plan leader gets reimbursement from office. It is also good where some of the users are high data users (or uses high data in some days) while other users are low data users.

I am using Airtel family plan 1+3. Mthly 999+gst. Total data 190 GB/mth with unused data rollover upto 200 GB.

My father-in-law practically does not use any data while I am moderate data user. My wife & daughter are data guzzlers. 

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