Vodafone India Celebrates This Diwali with Full Talktime Offer

By October 17th, 2014 AT 1:59 PM

Just as the country prepares for ‘Diwali’, Vodafone India announced an exceptional festive season offer for all its prepaid customers in Tamil Nadu. With the Vodafone Diwali offer a customer can recharge his data for Rs 148 or above and receive full talk time on subsequent voice recharges.

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Once the customer recharges with Rs 148 for data services on his number,he can gain access to full talk time offer on successive voice recharges of Rs 10/20/30 /50 and 100. The offer remains valid for 28 days, commencing on the day of Diwali.

 

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pardha saradhi

Hi Friends,

Please dont use vodafone they are charging all worng charges. they dont have support team as well. they are treating customer like a begger. i have raised my issue with nodal and appellate authority but no use they are not even responding on the issue.

if you dont pay bills in time they will charge late payment but if these guys do wrong billing they dont even consider our words.

Waste vodafone… done use it…. beter to use any other netowrk…these days no proper coverage even…

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