Vodafone Launches All-Rounder Packs Starting At Rs. 15


Vodafone is trying really hard to retain its users by launching affordable plans. The operator has now launched Rs. 39 All- Rounder Plan for its prepaid users in India. The new plan will join the existing list of all other plans such as Rs. 35, Rs. 45, Rs. 65, Rs. 69, Rs. 95, Rs 145, and Rs. 245.

Vodafone Launches All-Rounder Packs Starting At Rs. 15


According to Telecomtalk, this new plan comes with Rs 30 talk time along with100MB of 4G data for 28 days. However, all the voice calls will be charged at Rs. 2.5 paise per second. The reports also state that the company has also launched Rs. 29 and Rs. 15 rate cutter All- rounder plans in some parts of the country.

BothRs 29 and Rs 15 plans only provide rate cutter benefits. There is no additional benefit like unlimited calling and data. Besides, it offers to call at 30 paise per minute. The packs are available for seven days and three days, respectively.

Earlier, Vodafone introduced a Rs 45 All-Rounder prepaid plan for its customers. Under this prepaid pack, the user gets 150 minutes of free calling on local, STD and national roaming. It includes 250MB of 4G data along with 100 SMSes for 28 days. In addition, the company has launched a Rs 30 prepaid plan, where is it offering full talk time for 28 days. At present, this plan is available in Mumbai, Kerala, and Karnataka circles.

It is worth mentioning that unlike Reliance Jio Vodafone is still providing free unlimited calls to its subscribers to all networks. On the other hand, Jio is charging 6 paise per minute for off-net calls. In fact, state-run telecom operator BSNL is offering free cashback of Rs. 6 paise to its subscribers; with this, the company is taking the jibe at Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio.

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