Vodafone wants to join the bandwagon of all the telecom operators in India that are offering unlimited calls and data to their users. All these operators have come all guns out for their battle for existence against the JIO 4G network. Vodafone is offering a wide variety of recharges that cater to the needs of different people. Almost all major telecoms in India have lost huge customer base to JIO 4G network since it started offering virtually free services for a while. The Bharti Airtel and Vodafone have still managed to hold their own and are luring their customers with huge discounts and offers.
Vodafone 392 Rupee Recharge in India:
The 399 Rupee category sees the most competition in the Indian Telecom market since JIO 4G started offering 1GB 4G data per day along with unlimited calls to any network in the country. To counter this move Vodafone has launched its own 392 Rupee Recharge that offers unlimited calling to all networks in India and also offers free calls in roaming as well. You get 1GB 4G data per day and also a subscription to Vodafone’s various apps.
349 Rupee Recharge offers varied bundles of data to different Vodafone customers:
Vodafone along with its 392 Rupee recharge has also announced a unique recharge option for its customers. If you are not a very heavy data user then you can avail the Vodafone 349 Rupee recharge which offers unlimited calls to any network and free calls on roaming. However, the data included in this pack will differ from customer to customer and will have to be checked yourself by dialling *121*349# from their Vodafone mobile numbers.
Vodafone 177 Rupee Recharge option:
The 399 Rupee category might be the most competitive but the JIO 4G recharge of 153 puts the customer base in a wide spectrum and that is a category that Vodafone does not want to miss. The 177 Rupee Vodafone recharge offers all the unlimited calls and 100 text messages that are offered by the more expensive recharges. The data however, stands at 1GB per month which means this pack is for someone who already has a WIFI at their home or office and barely uses whatsapp on the go.
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