Vodafone Launches Rs 511 and Rs 569 Prepaid Plans to Offer Calling and Data Benefits

In a bid to compete with Reliance Jio and Airtel, Vodafone India has unveiled two new prepaid packs to offer data and calling benefits to its customers. The first plan has been priced at Rs 511 and it offers unlimited calling facilities along with 2GB of 3G/4G data per day and 100 SMS messages. The other plan has been priced at Rs 569 and it offers 3GB of 3G/4G data per day along with unlimited calling and 100SMS messages per day. Both the plans come with a validity period of 84 days.

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However, the plans do not offer truly unlimited calling benefits like the plans from Reliance Jio as both of them to have a FUP limit of 250 minutes per day or 1000 minutes per week. In total, the users will get 168GB at Rs 511 and 252GB at Rs 569 with a total validity of 84 days for both the plans.

To compare these plans with Reliance Jio, the Mukesh Ambani owned company has prepaid plans priced at Rs 509 and Rs 799 that offers 4GB and 5GB data per day respectively. However, both the plans have a much shorter validity period of 28 days only.

Notably, Vodafone has also launched two low end prepaid plans priced at Rs 99 and Rs 109 to offer unlimited calling benefits to its users. These plans have been designed for users who prefer voice calls over data. Under the Rs 99 plan, the company is offering unlimited local/STD and roaming calls across all networks for 28 days. The Rs 109 plan, on the other hand, provides the same benefits along with 1GB of data for 28 days. However, both these plans have a FUP limit of 250 minutes per day.

Meanwhile, Vodafone has also come up with a mobile-based safety service called Vodafone Sakhi for women. This service offers safety features like Emergency Alerts, Emergency Balance and Private Number Recharge. The safety features will be available across all telecom circles in India and will be enabled in both smartphones and feature phones. This service also does not require any balance or internet connectivity for its operation.

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