Vodafone has now rolled out a new plan the Vodafone 244 that comes for a price tag of Rs. 244 and gives Vodafone customers up to 70GB of 4G data and along with that users also get unlimited SMS’s and voice calls. This pack will be valid for 70 days.
As per TRAI data Reliance Jio 4G turns out to be the fastest 4G provider when it comes to speed (18.35Mbps), Idea is on second position, Vodafone in third and Airtel at fourth position with 9.9Mbps speed. This is as per average 4G speed trend.
Vodafone has launched new Packs in two categories the Vodafone SuperDay Pack and Vodafone SuperWeek pack. The new tariff plans starts from Rs. 19 and goes on up to Rs. 89. There is only one plan on Day pack and 2 plan options in Week pack.
Reliance launched the Prime Membership scheme in a bid to retain their subscribers for another year at a nominal cost. Now Airtel, Idea and Vodafone have come up with their own plans to counter Jio.
Vodafone launched the Super Hour scheme that gives users unlimited data/voice options for 1 hour. The Vodafone Super Hour will offer user’s one hour of unlimited data access using Vodafone 3G or 4G networks for just Rs. 21.
Vodafone has launched a new plan for its Pre-Paid users. Vodafone customers need to buy the pack and get instant data up to 15GB, in addition once the data is used up they can recharge at special discounted price.
Good news for Vodafone users, the company has announced that they will be offering free incoming calls for all its customers while roaming. Until now incoming calls were free but customers had to pay for incoming calls received while roaming.
Good news for Vodafone consumers, Vodafone will soon be rolling out 4G services in India. It will be launching the 4G services by end of 2015, either before December or in December 2015. The services will initially be launched in some selected cities.
Good news for Vodafone prepaid users 3G tariff plans prices have dropped. You can subscribe to 3G from as low as Rs. 25. Vodafone had revised their 3G plans recently but the tariff plans were different for prepaid and postpaid customers.
Reliance recently updated its 3G plans and made it more competitive and now Vodafone is following the same path. They are now offering new 3G plans starting from Rs. 100 for 300 MB for its postpaid consumers.