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Vodafone Red 499 Postpaid Plan Offers Unlimited Voice Calling and 3GB 4G Data
After offering successful SuperHour plans, Vodafone India has got some cheers to its PAN-India postpaid subscribers. India’s number two telecom network operator has launched Vodafone Red bundled pack to offer unlimited voice calling and 4G data benefits.
New Vodafone Red Postpaid Plans:
Under this new plan, Vodafone India subscribers will get unlimited local and STD calls, 3GB of 4G mobile data, 1GB of non-4G data, 100 free local and national SMS, and free incoming on national roaming starting at ₹499. Post the data consumption, the data will be computed at 50p/MB. Along with this starter pack, the telecom company has also launched other Vodafone Red plans to offer bundled benefits.
The Vodafone Red Plan 999 offers unlimited voice calling (both local and STD), 8GB of 4G data, 5GB of non-4G data, 100 free local and national SMS, and free incoming national roaming at ₹999. Similarly, the telecom operator has got free outgoing on national roaming along with 12GB of 4G data, 8GB non-4G data and unlimited voice calling at ₹1299. The highest value pack offered by Vodafone India to its postpaid subscribers is ₹1999 that offers 24GB of 4G data, 20GB of non-4G data, unlimited voice calling and free outgoing on national roaming.
Addressing the launch of new Vodafone RED plans, Mr. Sandeep Kataria, Chief Commercial Officer, Vodafone India said, “Postpaid customers have higher usage of data and roaming. With the new Vodafone RED, our postpaid customers can enjoy an all-in-one plan that addresses their data, roaming and calling needs comprehensively”.
Trying to Winning Back Lost Customers?
Amidst a cut-throat competition, Vodafone India is offering many combo packs to retain its customer base intact. As per the sources, these new Vodafone RED plans are not valid in AP & Telangana, Bihar & Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh telecom circles.
Despite its initial hiccups, Vodafone India has got 200 million subscribers. Continuing its enthusiasm, the telecom company is providing value addition to its subscribers in the form of bundled packs, free incoming while in national roaming, SuperHours etc. Is it sufficient to take on Reliance Jio’s free services that have got an extension of another 90 days under Jio Happy New Year Offer?