Jio 4G Effect: Vodafone Launches New Rs. 392 Pack With Unlimited Calls & 28GB Data

In the rain of new offers from all telecom operators, Vodafone now launched a new pack which gives unlimited calling and 28GB 4G data to its users. Vodafone launched new pack of Rs.392. It is a combo pack from Vodafone to Counter the threat of Reliance Jio 4G Dhana Dhana Dhan Offer. With this offer, Vodafone also launched a new pack called Home & Roam Pack. This offer is only for Delhi-NCR prepaid subscribers.

Vodafone New Rs. 392 Pack – Unlimited Calls + 28GB Data

Vodafone New Rs.392 plan comes with unlimited Local and STD calls and with 28GB 3G/4G Data. With the new Vodafone pack people can call anywhere in India without any extra cost. The new pack also comes with 28GB data with the daily usage of 1GB. In the new Vodafone Pack the roaming calls are also free. This new pack of Vodafone is the revised pack of Rs.349. This is mostly similar to 349 Pack of Vodafone.

Vodafone Home & Roam Roaming Pack

Vodafone also launched a new Home and Roam Pack for all its prepaid subscribers. This Home & Roam pack of Vodafone will give unlimited calling to Vodafone Network in Roaming without any extra cost. Calls to Vodafone network are free with this pack. The Home & Roam Pack also comes with 2GB 3G/4G data. The validity of Vodafone Home & Roam pack is 28 days.

Vodafone Pack Vs Reliance Jio 4G Pack

Vodafone new pack is not similar to Jio 4G pack. Jio 4G pack is one of the best plan. And there is no other plan that matches with the Jio 4G plan 399. New Vodafone Pack 392 comes with only 28 days validity while Jio 4G pack comes with 84 days validity. Also in Rs. 392 you are getting 28GB data while in Rs.399 in Jio 4G you will get 84GB data. One of the best thing in Jio 4G is that your data will not stop after the daily 1GB data usage. Only speed reduces. While in other except BSNL data will stop. Day before yesterday BSNL also launched a new pack of Rs. 298 that comes with 1GB high speed data and unlimited calls for 56 days.

Source – Gad.NDTV



A believer in 'less talk and more work', Sushant is a geek and gadget freak. A content analyst, strategist, graphic designer and a blogger. To follow his posts and stay updated, you can reach him at
Back to top button