Vodafone India To Launch Opera Web Pass

Vodafone India customers will now be able to use Opera Web Pass which will allow Vodafone to package internet access in an easy-to-understand and affordable way. It enables Vodafone to replace complex, KB/MB-based data plans with time-based or content-based web-pass packages.



For example, users can pay to browse social-networking sites for a day or an hour, rather than having to keep track of the MBs they have consumed. This is a straightforward, controllable process similar to the way users buy apps today.

Using the Opera Web Pass configuration tool, operators can also monitor and optimize web passes and campaigns in near real time, allowing for testing and faster go-to-market timelines

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  • techsavy February 26, 2014 5:25 pm

    How to activate this plan… Can anyone explain me that…

  • bhargavi February 26, 2014 12:22 pm

    @ Krish, Vodafone 2g sucks in AP circle. Speeds are around 12-15KBps. I was with Vodafone since 9years. But recently my phone frequently latching to Airtel. So I port out from Vodafone to Airtel.

  • Yogesh February 26, 2014 9:38 am

    @ Bhargavi , Yes if signal strength strong , n with 2G battery last long. *121*1# : Ur Airtel special offers : Present offer on my airtel sim : FTT @ 90RS ; 750 MB 2G @ 25rs ; call rate reduce to 40p/min. :-)

    • bhargavi February 26, 2014 12:28 pm

      Yes, though Airtel looks costly on paper , it is providing good offers under my Airtel my offer. I am getting 1gb 3G for one month at just 124, all local Airtel mobile calls at 10 paisa per min for 30 days at just 48 rupees. Also under Airtel money 110 talk time for 100, 550 for 500. You can use Airtel gift service for low 2g cost packs. 1gb 2g at 98 rupees for one month. And finally it has best coverage in AP circle.

      • Citizen February 26, 2014 3:20 pm

        In Kerala we’re getting 4GB 2G Internet just for RS.149 (2GB day+2GB night+200MB Facebook) and other operators like Idea and Vodafone provide 2GB data RS.201 and RS.199 respectively.
        For Rs.68(Idea) and RS.67(VF) are giving all local calls for 30p/min for a month, we airtel users get this for just RS.35. Airtel rocks! :)

        • prasad mayya February 26, 2014 6:21 pm

          vodafone for me ( karnataka circle ) : for 8Rs 30ps/min, 16Rs 80MB 2G 30 days

          • Citizen February 26, 2014 9:29 pm

            Good for you! :)

            • prasad mayya February 27, 2014 12:22 pm

              but the problem is signal coverage ….. tower is just 1km from my home…. still i dont get proper signal fromel,vodafone,idea airtel….. only bsnl and docomo have full signal …. also mts has excellent signal eventhough tower is 12km from my home…..also mts 1x is far far better than 2G …..

  • Deepak Sharma February 26, 2014 1:23 am

    heyy idea has started opera web pass
    daily internet 8rs
    weekly fb 7rs
    weekly internet for 30rs..
    all top cellular companys are coming to loot usss.

  • Vinod February 25, 2014 7:52 pm

    TRAI only a robot, why they will not mandate for minimum speed for data plan in 2g network like broadband.

  • bhargavi February 25, 2014 7:43 pm

    Can any one tell, on which frequency is Vodafone offering its services in AP circle???

    • Yogesh February 25, 2014 9:50 pm

      @Bhargavi, Vodafone operating frequency @Andhra Pradesh: 2G @ 1800MHz=1.8GHz. No 3G

      • bhargavi February 25, 2014 11:44 pm

        @yogesh… Thankyou… Yes, no 3g in AP for Vodafone. And its signal strength is also worst in side house and villages. So ported out from it and took Airtel connection. Happy with Airtel signal strength. Price is almost equal to Vodafone but Airtel is having good coverage and 3g also. I also noticed one more thing. My Lumia 520 battery backup increased almost 3-4 hours with Airtel 2g. With Vodafone 12-14 hours and with Airtel 15-18 hours. But with Airtel 3g only 8-10 hours. I keep data connection always on. Strange, but signal strength makes difference it seems.

        • krish February 26, 2014 8:48 am

          but vodafone 2g speeds are the no.1. it always provides a constant 200kbps speeds throughout the country.

          • J Manna February 26, 2014 5:30 pm

            No, in Kolkata circle, Vodafone 2G data is now of bad quality

          • Zeeshan February 26, 2014 7:30 pm

            Vodafone 2G is very slow in maharashtra..it sucks maximum speed i got while downloading is 15Kb/s…n its 3G very costly n speed slow…using BSNL it provides 2mbps speed for nly 139rs for 1gb also idea is good n cheap it provides 1gb 3G for 152rs n speed 5mbps

  • Amit Kumar February 25, 2014 6:34 pm

    Airtel too had announced this service. Did Airtel made the service available to its customers for I never saw a Web Pass page on my
    Opera Mini speed dial.

  • rohit February 25, 2014 1:55 pm

    vodafone always rock,,,,it provided better service than all other,,,,,i m using vodafone since 4 years,,i m happy with vodafone,,,,

  • Esmail February 25, 2014 12:49 pm

    I would rather stick to volume based plans than to migrate to time based ones, these plans are a tactic by Vodafone to increase its revenue wonder who will fall for it.

  • Anoop February 25, 2014 12:36 pm

    Another cheap trick
    why don’t you give unlimited plans, those didn’t need any monitoring
    mobile sector is looting people especially for data plans
    While remember that any way they have to sell their data else it will go for nothing