1. Vodafone’s ‘voucher’ makes it to Guinness Book of World Records

Vodafone’s ‘voucher’ makes it to Guinness Book of World Records

Vodafone India on 17th October made a world record by creating the 'largest voucher' the world has ever seen. It built a voucher, 62ft 5.5 inch in length and 40ft 1 inch in height and entered the elite group of Guinness World...

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 17, 2016 9:00 PM
The voucher showcases all the offers which the operator has to offer to its consumer base of 185 million. The offers in different denomination reflect the company's diverse customer categories. The voucher showcases all the offers which the operator has to offer to its consumer base of 185 million. The offers in different denomination reflect the company’s diverse customer categories.

Vodafone India on 17th October made a world record by creating the ‘largest voucher’ the world has ever seen. It built a voucher, 62ft 5.5 inch in length and 40ft 1 inch in height and entered the elite group of Guinness World Record holders.

The voucher showcases all the offers which the operator has to offer to its consumer base of 185 million. The offers in different denomination reflect the company’s diverse customer categories.

The paper recharge was built in Agra, as a part of the celebration for the company’s 4G network in UP West Circle, SuperNet.

Swapnil Dandarikar, Adjudicating Officer certified the achievement by Vodafone UP-West. Dilip Kumar Gupta, Business Head UP-West Vodaofone India also graced the occasion. Talking about the significance of the consumer base in UP West and congratulating Vodafone on its achievement he said, “UP West has a significant pre-paid base and it has been our endeavour to ensure our basket of offerings cater to the unique needs and usage patterns of different customer categories..”. Discussing the importance of creating world’s largest voucher in India, Ganta explained that its only one of the ways of highlighting the customer centricity and that it reflects the dedication of the company to serve the best services to its stakeholders.

Vodafone, last month had also injected Rs 477 billion ($7.2 billion) in its India operations for the expansion of its networks.

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