Tech News Vodafone Red Postpaid Plans of Rs 399 and Rs 499 Revised to Offer More Data By Somnath Brahma Posted on 4 weeks ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr After launching a slew of prepaid plans for its customers, Vodafone has now revised two of its existing postpaid plans to offer double the data along with other benefits. This move by the company is reportedly to take on Reliance Jio that has taken the country by storm ever since its arrival. This has forced other telcos like Airtel and Idea Cellular to bring up new cheaper plans for its customers and stay in the market. Vodafone has revised the RED Basic Rs 399 postpaid plan to offer double the data than before. It is now offering 40GB of 3G/4G data. Apart from the data upgrade, the company also offers data rollover facility up to a maximum of 200GB along with a one-year free subscription to Amazon Prime and Vodafone Play. Along with these offers, customers will also get unlimited local/STD and roaming calls facility with the Vodafone RED 399 plan which has now been renamed to RED Entertainment. Vodafone has also revised the Rs 499 RED Traveler R postpaid plan. The plan has been renamed to RED Entertainment+ and is packed with benefits along with more data than before. The plan now offers 75GB of data up from its earlier limit of 40GB. This plan also offers rollover facility up to a maximum of 200GB, free one-year subscription of Vodafone Play and Amazon Prime. Along with unlimited local/STD and roaming calls, the plan also offers device protection plan worth Rs 300 at no extra cost. Taking about the other launched plans of the company, Vodafone recently launched two new prepaid plans of Rs 511 and Rs 569. The Rs 511 plan offers 2GB of data per day with a validity period of 84 days while the Rs 569 plan also comes with the same validity period but offers 3GB of data per day. Both these plans also offer unlimited local/STD and roaming calls to any network in the country along with 100 SMS messages per day.