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Can you imagine not being able to call someone or use the internet for a while?
To avoid this, you should either top up your phone before using it or pay the bill after you have used the services.
A prepay connection is one that you pay for, before you use your mobile phone’s services, whereas a post pay connection is one that you pay after you use your services.
What is Pre-Pay?
Pre-pay, as the name implies, is a service that requires payment in advance.
Every telecom provider in the country offers a diverse range of mobile pre-pay plans and add-ons to their customers.
Any pre-pay user can select any of the pre-pay plans that meet their needs with add-on packs like top-ups as well as talk-time top-ups if their prepaid plans are insufficient.
Within Vodafone we have no Fixed pre-pay option available for our customer, only mobile a Pay As You Go service.
What is Post-Pay?
With a post pay connection, users receive services from Mobile/Fixed providers and are then asked to pay the bill at the end of the billing cycle. Users, like pre-pay subscribers, can select from one of their operators post-pay plans.
Their post pay bill, as well as their consumption, will be covered by the plan they have chosen.
What is the difference between Pre-Pay and Post-Pay?
So, we already know that with a pre-pay connection, one must pay in advance, whereas with post-pay, there is no upfront payment, but one must pay the bill after the billing cycle. But this is not the only difference between pre-pay and post pay connections.
Other differences can be found in their plans, costs, internet connection speed, and so on.
How can Pre-Pay be better than Post-Pay?
Pre-Pay connections can be an excellent choice for students and those looking for cost-effective options.
This does not imply that post-pay connections are more expensive (they may get costlier sometimes).
Furthermore, with pre-pay connections, you can select plans that fit your budget and top up with the pre-pay plans whenever you want.
How can Post-Pay be better than Pre-Pay?
Post-pay connections may be preferable for people with fixed salaries because they can easily pay their post pay bills once their salaries are credited to their account.
Post pay connections are ideal for people who require a consistent contract with their Mobile/Fixed providers and do not want to top up on a regular basis.
Other advantages include the fact that you do not need to top-up even if you have used up your allotted data or calling minutes; exceeding the limits will be reflected on your bill.