Does the Vodafone’s New ‘SuperHour’ Plan Make Any Sense to the Customers?

Vodafone India, in a process, to counterattack Reliance Jio and other telecom operators in the country introduced a new scheme called ‘SuperHour’, a couple of days ago. In just a little period, the plans have turned to be quite sensational and have been receiving massive praise from all the Vodafone customers across the country.

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Almost every Vodafone customer have already recharged with the new packs and are entirely satisfactory with the service. Out of the three packs introduced, the highlighted one was the Rs. 16 pack that offers unlimited 3G/4G internet for one hour.

The packs are attractive, but does it make sense to the customers? Who needs a data pack or voice call pack that is valid for just one hour? Yes, people are going crazy over the Vodafone’s new offering. The best offer of these SuperHour packs is: they offer truly unlimited stuff. For example, when you look at the unlimited 3G/4G data, you can download unlimited stuff without any data cap. That said, one of our readers downloaded 10GB of stuff in just one hour. So, it all depends upon the way you want to utilize the offer.

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Coming to the unlimited calls offer, some customers will be profoundly disappointed here as Vodafone limited the calls only to their network, but again, you can’t ask much for the paying price. Having said that, in India several users are interested in watching the content offline, rather than streaming it online. So, this offer is exclusively for people of that kind and Vodafone India has good 3G and 4G download speeds all over the country.

Apart from this, every customer whoever recharges with this SuperHour offer can enjoy unlimited subscription of Vodafone Play, which is an added advantage. So, the company is officially inviting to stream the content and make use of the offer.

Having said that, with this plan user can download their stuff required for one day in just an hour. Also, this move from Vodafone Indian is a great one and has already become market disruptive.

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Sneha
January 10, 2017 10:31 am 10:31 AM

@Shivang Singh(SS)
How are you using this pack in UPEAST because the offer page is giving only option of Unlimited 2G Data for 1 Hour for upeast 🙁

Vikram
January 9, 2017 8:22 pm 8:22 PM

UPDATE:- Airtel drastically reduces its STV section in all circles…. Also, their 2G section mentioned that you have to recharge specifically from airtel website only. I think airtel soon will call the end of 2G era. If this will happen then it’ll be another boom in indian telecom industry….

Faraz
January 9, 2017 9:09 pm 9:09 PM

I saw that same.
But they are not going to shut down their 10years of hard work so easily.
Still making customers are stuck with the only 2g network present in every corner of Bihar.

asadul
January 9, 2017 5:34 pm 5:34 PM

bangali kew ki aso?

Arpon Roy
January 9, 2017 9:06 pm 9:06 PM

Ha achi re bhai… Bolo ki bolbe???

Biswadeep,Kolkata
January 9, 2017 5:54 pm 5:54 PM

Bolo

Arif
January 9, 2017 4:34 pm 4:34 PM

Vodafone ko bahoot masti thi Bombay circle may ek SMS bhi free nahi deta tha ab “aaya unth pahad kay nichay”, sood samait return karayga abhi vodafone.
Abhi prepaid segment may toota hai abhi next postpaid ka number hai.

Nikhil
January 9, 2017 3:08 pm 3:08 PM

Vodafone trying to merge with Idea

Shivang Singh(SS)
January 9, 2017 6:35 pm 6:35 PM
These news outlets have really weird “Sources” and mostly, the final outcome varies 180 degrees to the report mentioned. Though the report mentions it, but i would again say that after this round of investment Jio neither has such money nor requirement to write such big amount of cheques. Vodafone cannot merge with Jio. Period. Now if idea cellular is concerned, the combined entity wil have to surrender spectrum, sell of its access assets and this would run into regulatory hurdles later on. The only thing left for Vodafone is to acquire smaller operators and if it gets Tata Docomo… Read more »
Kaushik Roy
January 9, 2017 5:35 pm 5:35 PM

there are quite a few option for merger in India:
1. Jio and Vodafone
2. Jio and Idea
3. Idea and Vodafone

Option 3 will be weaker 4G operator
Option 2 will be the most viable
Option 1 chance is very less

Idea88
January 9, 2017 3:57 pm 3:57 PM

Hahahaha … Jio ne maardala

Nikhil
January 9, 2017 5:14 pm 5:14 PM

I won’t mind if Tata docomo also Joins Vodafone and Idea….. Will be beast company in 3G services

Nikhil
January 9, 2017 5:13 pm 5:13 PM

It’s time for Airtel to be alone…. IT’S TIME FOR VODAFONE AND Idea to Merge into each other to counter Jio

Nikhil
January 9, 2017 5:12 pm 5:12 PM

They don’t have any other option……. It will best they merge and give class leading 3G at affordable prices…. I hope they deploy dual carrier HSPA+

Sivasankar
January 9, 2017 1:23 pm 1:23 PM

Jio seems much better without any cost and with greater speed of 4G. My son have been watching videos daily

Sudar
January 9, 2017 9:00 am 9:00 AM

Jio seems better

Girish Gowda
January 9, 2017 12:08 am 12:08 AM

I live in the heart of BengaLuru. If I can download 100MB data in an hour on Vodafone, then its a miracle. Maybe their network is empty now that all of the users are on JIO.

Faraz
January 9, 2017 9:05 pm 9:05 PM

& the condition is just opposite in Asansol.
Vodafone 3g service is far better than Airtel 3g here. Jio on some time acceptable and rest of the time irritating.

Kaushik Roy
January 8, 2017 7:24 pm 7:24 PM

Is JIO MRP zero recharge required every 7 days after 7th January 2017 for continuation of HNY?

Rinu
January 8, 2017 11:45 pm 11:45 PM

No. It gets renewed on its own. You don’t have to do anything.

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