Vodafone launches its i-RoamFree service to Thailand and New Zealand

By: Priyanka Dua

India's second largest telecom operator Vodafone today has announced its new offer under which the company extends its Vodafone iRoamFree, international roaming scheme to two more countries- Thailand and New Zealand.

Vodafone launches its i-RoamFree service to Thailand and New Zealand

With this, customers planning their holidays can now enjoy the benefits of Vodafone i-RoamFREE in 20 countries including popular destinations like UAE, USA, UK, Singapore, Malaysia etc.

Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director - Consumer Business, Vodafone India, said, "Vodafone customers have had a delightful experience with our Vodafone i-RoamFREE plans. This holiday season, we wanted to further add to the festivities that our travelers are looking forward to. We are delighted to add two popular destinations to the I-RoamFREE proposition - Thailand & New Zealand, strengthening our unlimited offering to 20 countries."

He said, "Thailand is amongst the top 4 international holiday destination for Indians for business, leisure or even a weekend gateway. With a large Indian diaspora, New Zealand is a popular long-haul choice for Indian travelers for visiting family and for exploring the country's natural beauty. With calls and data being completely free under the i-RoamFREE packs, customers would not have to look for alternatives and can have a completely worry-free roaming experience."

The packs are available at multiple affordable price points ranging from Rs 5000 for 28 days (which is effectively Rs 180 per day) to Rs. 500 for a 24 Hours usage, for those on a short visit. Both Vodafone prepaid and postpaid consumers can activate the pack through My Vodafone App.

The company has introduced the Vodafone i-RoamFREE for customers traveling to Europe recently. Apart from Europe, travelers can also use unlimited calling and Data in USA, UAE, Singapore& Malaysia with the same pack.

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