Vodafone has a couple of new plans up its sleeve to take on rivals Airtel and Reliance Jio. The packs focus on prepaid customers in India, both new and existing.
Starting off with Vodafone’s Rs 496 plan, the telecom operator is offering up 1GB of data per day for 84 days, totaling up to 84GB overall across almost 3 months. Users will additionally get to take advantage of free unlimited local and STD calls to any network and free incoming and outgoing roaming.
There aren’t any limits to the calls on a weekly or daily basis. However, Vodafone isn’t offering any free SMSes with its offer, in contrast to Jio’s Rs 459 plan. The latter additionally gives away free access to its roster of apps.
Vodafone’s other Rs 177 plan isn’t as long-term as the Rs 496 one. It lasts for 28 days and also serves up 1GB of data on a daily basis. The same unlimited calls deal is available here as well, but there’s no free roaming service included.
For people seeking even shorter validity and cheaper prices, Vodafone has a Rs 69 SuperWeek prepaid plan that goes on for just 7 days. During that time, customers will get 500MB of 4G data and unlimited local and STD calls. The data allocation is pretty low, especially compared to Reliance Jio’s Rs 52 scheme that offers 1.05GB of data.
The Vodafone SuperWeek plan will probably appeal to those who value unlimited calling more over using the internet. It can be availed via the MyVodafone app, the brand’s site, and offline outlets.