1. Jio effect: Vodafone offers 4G data and unlimited calls per day, prices start at Rs 19

Jio effect: Vodafone offers 4G data and unlimited calls per day, prices start at Rs 19

Vodafone India has come up with various plans where it is offering its subscribers 4G data plans and unlimited voice calling packs. The prices for such offers by Vodafone start at just Rs 19.

By: | Published: May 25, 2017 4:38 PM
Vodafone SuperDay, priced at Rs 19, will come with a validity of one day. Priced at Rs 49, Vodafone SuperWeek will be valid for seven days. (Reuters)

Vodafone India has come up with various plans where it is offering its subscribers 4G data plans and unlimited voice calling packs. The prices for such offers by Vodafone start at just Rs 19. These deals by Vodafone is based on your hourly, daily or weekly usage. Vodafone has brought two integrated ‘Voice plus Data’ plans called as Vodafone SuperDay and Vodafone SuperWeek. These plans can be availed by prepaid users to get unlimited local and STD calling as well as free data upto 250 MB for 7 days.

Under the first offer called SuperDay, users can make unlimited local Vodafone to Vodafone calls, and avail 50MB 3G/4G data per day on their non-4G handsets and 100MB per day if they have a 4G handset. Under the SuperWeek V2V offer, you can make unlimited local Vodafone to Vodafone calls and get 50MB 3G/4G Data if you have a non-4G handset and 250MB data on 4G handsets for a period of 7 Days. Meanwhile, under the SuperWeek offer, users can make unlimited local Vodafone to Vodafone calls and for 100 Mins for Vodafone to other network calls, and get 50MB 3G/4G data for non-4G handsets and 100MB data for 4G handset users for a period of 7 Days. These offers are not applicable on domestic roaming.

Vodafone SuperDay, priced at Rs 19, will come with a validity of one day. Priced at Rs 49, Vodafone SuperWeek will be valid for seven days. Subscribers of Vodafone will be able to avail the offer any number of times. The offer period of the Vodafone discount is May 19, 2017, to December 1, 2017. The offer is valid in the following Indian cities or telecom service areas: Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, ROB, Gujarat, Chennai, TN, Rajasthan, Haryana, UP West, UP East, Karnataka, Kerala, MnG, Assam, NE, Punjab, Odisha, HP, AP, MP, JK, Bihar. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other alternative offer or promotion of a similar.

“The SuperDay and SuperWeek packs are available at all retail outlets, website and the MyVodafone app,” the Vodafone India wrote in a statement. Meanwhile, Reliance Jio, Reliance Industries’ new telecom service venture, has been offering a varied range of recharge options starting from Rs 19.

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    Krishna
    May 26, 2017 at 12:16 am
    No attractive bogus plan
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      R K Tiwary
      May 25, 2017 at 10:11 pm
      It will not work. It is a bogus plan.
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      1. Sudharsan R
        May 25, 2017 at 7:13 pm
        Real rubbish plans.
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        1. Atul Jain
          May 25, 2017 at 6:32 pm
          There are a number of customers, in prepaid section who will be interested in a Data plan, similar to current call recharge plans, that one recharges for certain amount, giving user a fixed number of bytes (MB or GB) usage and no expiry date (very long expiry time limit)
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            Apte
            May 25, 2017 at 6:07 pm
            1. Customers welcome Vodafone’s new offers. Rivalry between Reliance Jio (R-Jio) and other telecom companies (Airtel, Vodafone and Idea) is now well-known. Is it not true that till the entry of Reliance Jio (R-Jio) in the telecom services market, these companies were almost dictating terms to their customers? There is no doubt that entry of R-Jio has enlivened overall environment. Now the three companies have to make efforts to retain their customers and get new ones. 2. After entry of R-Jio in the market, telecom services’ customers are now in a position to tell telecom companies why and how they should be treated in a fair manner. 3. Roaming charges have been abolished for good. Telecom companies are now vying to woo customers with attractive voice call and internet data package offers. 4. Even the government owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has woken up from slumber and is offering attractive packages. 4. Next few years will be of intense compe ion between these companies.
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              md shahbaz
              May 25, 2017 at 5:42 pm
              the above mentioned is applicable on postpaid sim?
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