5 Reasons Why Vodafone’s Rs. 244 is the Best Cheapest Prepaid Plan Right Now

By July 28th, 2017 AT 8:51 AM

India’ second largest telecom operator Vodafone recently rolled out a Rs. 244 plan, in order to counter the Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio. Recently, Jio has launched new tariff plans of Rs. 349 and Rs. 399, which offers benefits for three months.


Vodafone is silent all these days but has come up with a new plan which counters incumbent telecom operators. Here’s what makes the plan a best cheapest plan when compared to other operators plans.

1) 1GB Data Per Day

Vodafone has joined the 1GB data trend with the Rs. 356 plan and the same continues with the Rs. 244 plan as well. The plan offers 1GB data per day, matching rival operators plans.

2) Unlimited Vodafone to Vodafone Voice Calls

Along with 1GB data per day, Vodafone is offering unlimited Vodafone to Vodafone calls. Like other operators, Vodafone is limiting the voice calls to 300 minutes per day or 1200 minutes per week.

3) Valid for 70 Days

This plan from Vodafone is valid for 70 days. So, you can enjoy unlimited voice calls and 1GB data per day for 70 days. Nevertheless, Jio’s plans are valid for 84 days, whereas the Rs. 309 and Rs. 509 plans are valid for just 56 days.

4) 5 Percent Cashback

Vodafone is also offering 5% cashback with the Rs. 244 plan for users who recharge the plan via My Vodafone app. The 5% cashback will be given as talk time. For example, the Rs. 244 plan offers Rs. 9.70 talk time.

5) Valid for All Users

In our previous article, we wrote that the plan is valid only for new users. However, several readers have commented that the plan is valid for existing users as well, but the price differs from circle to circle. So, check out the price in the My Vodafone before proceeding to recharge.

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