These 3 Vi plans that come with Disney+ Hotstar subscription discontinued


Vi The company has discontinued some of its prepaid plans, which used to provide Disney + Hotstar subscription to users. The telecom operator has unlisted three plans, which used to offer Disney Plus Hotstar subscription for up to 1 year. Vi prepaid subscribers can now go for this facility with two plans, which offer daily high-speed data, unlimited calling and 100 SMS daily. Vi has discontinued prepaid plans offering Disney Plus Hotstar facility because Airtel and Jio have also discontinued these plans.

We According to the changed plans on the website, now customers will get Disney + Hotstar subscription of up to 1 year in prepaid recharge plan of Rs 901 or Rs 3,099. The telecom company has unlisted Rs 501 prepaid recharge plan, Rs 601 prepaid recharge plan and Rs 701 prepaid recharge plan from the website. now only two Plan This subscription will be provided annually. Most of the plans equipped with OTT subscription were introduced in September.


Customers opting for the Rs 901 recharge plan will get 3GB of high-speed data daily along with 48GB of additional data. Apart from this, they will get unlimited voice calling and daily 100 SMS facility. The validity of this plan is up to 70 days. 3,099 prepaid recharge Plan In this, customers get the facility of daily 1.5 GB high-speed data, unlimited voice calling and daily 100 SMS. Like the Rs 901 recharge plan, this plan also comes with Disney Plus Hotstar subscription for up to one year.

Customers opting for these plans get offers like Wi’s Weekend Data Rollover, Data Delight and Binge All Night. These plans also include access to Vi movies and TV. Vi is not the first telecom company to have discontinued the Disney Plus Hotstar subscription plan. Earlier, Jio company has included this facility in its plans of Rs 499, Rs 666, Rs 888 and Rs 2,499. Close Had done it. Similarly, Airtel has discontinued annual access to Disney Plus Hotstar in its prepaid recharge plans of Rs 398, Rs 499 and Rs 558.