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Vodafone Now Offering 30GB Data, Unlimited Calls, and More

Vodafone Now Offering 30GB Data, Unlimited Calls, and More

Taking on Jio and Airtel, Vodafone is offering 30GB data and various other freebies at Rs. 399 to select customers. The Vodafone RED postpaid plan available at Rs. 399 offers benefits such as unlimited local and STD calls, free national roaming, 100 SMSes, and 30GB 3G/ 4G monthly data (with rollover option up to 200GB) to Vodafone customers moving from prepaid to postpaid as well as to customers switching from other networks. There is also free access to movies worth Rs. 4,000 via Vodafone Play service for 1 year and bundled Magzter subscription to provide a vast collection of over 3,500 e-magazines for 4 months.

Just like other plans and packs, the unlimited local and STD calls with the new Rs. 399 Vodafone REDplan are capped at 250 minutes per day and 1,000 minutes per week. The plan also includes Vodafone RED Shield that is a device insurance offering which is claimed to protect your smartphone from damage and theft.

Customers switching to Vodafone RED Rs. 399 plan will have to dial 199 from their mobile phone to switch to the plan. After six billing cycles, the customer will be charged Rs. 499, up from Rs. 399. The official Vodafone site in the country is yet to be updated with the new plan details. Moreover, the new plan is currently not available in Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh circles.

In last November, Vodafone launched the RED Basic plan for its postpaid subscribers at Rs. 399 with primary benefits, including unlimited local and STD calls, free incoming on national roaming, 10GB data, and data roll over. It also didn’t come with additional offerings such as Vodafone Play and Magazter subscriptions. The telco lately upgraded that same plan with a 20GB data limit.

The new Vodafone offer gives the company a better positioning in the lucrative postpaid market. Jio customers get 30GB of 4G data at 1GB per day with the Rs. 309 postpaid plan; those looking for plans without a daily cap can go for the Rs. 409 plan with 20GB data allocation. Airtel, on the other hand, offers 20GB data per 30-day billing cycle with its Rs. 399 myInfinity postpaid plan.

 

 

Source by:- ndtv

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